A single-level underground car park with an area of 20,000 square metres that will hold 430 vehicles has opened at Zaryadye Park. The parking garage is entered from Moskvoretskaya Street and exits onto Kitaigorodsky Proyezd. Vacancy is displayed on an electronic screen, and the car park also has a navigation system showing the vacancies.
“Our own car park is an advantage for the park, which is located in central Moscow, with many pedestrian zones nearby. From now on, visitors arriving by car will not have to look for parking nearby. They will not waste time removing snow from their cars in the winter or looking for shade in the summer,” Zaryadye Park Director Pavel Trekhleb noted.
The car park is not far from the Large and Small Amphitheatres, Zaryadye Café, the Ice Cave and the Nature Centre.
Free parking is available to Great Patriotic War veterans and disabled persons in the first and second categories. All other Zaryadye guests can pay for parking at the automated terminals.
The parking garage is open every Monday from 2 pm through midnight and from 10 am through midnight on all other days. The car park features a comprehensive video surveillance system and is patrolled by Russian National Guard (Rosgvardia) soldiers.
Zaryadye Park continues to be developed and is becoming more people-friendly. The navigation system has been improved by popular demand, and several dozen temporary signs have been installed in various parts of the park. Although there were no plans for such signs at first, the temporary signs will now be replaced with permanent ones. In November, the park will launch its mobile app allowing visitors to study the variety of rare plants on their own.