From October 28, in line with the Moscow city government decree, a QR code and ID are required in order to visit Garage.
You can find visit rules via this link.
(11–17 years old)
A year of free entry to exhibitions, discounts, priority booking, special events, and other benefits for GARAGE cardholders.
Before your visit to Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, please read the visitor policies.
While visiting the Museum, please refrain from:
Visitors with children:
Photo and video
Personal still photography and video is permitted inside Garage. However, accreditation is necessary for the use of professional video equipment on the premises. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We recommend traveling to Oktyabrskaya (Circle Line) metro station. Turn right after the ticket barriers and right again as you leave the station. Follow Leninsky Prospekt in the direction of the traffic. The walk to Gorky Park will take around five minutes (400 meters). Enter the Park through the gate with black columns (after 6 Leninsky Prospekt, Building 3).
here are paid parking spaces on either side of Krymsky Bridge, one in front of Gorky Park and the other across Krymsky Val, by the State Tretyakov Gallery and Muzeon Park. Parking is limited, and on weekends and public holidays the parking lots may be full.
The nearest bus stop to the Leninsky Prospekt entrance to the park is Pervaya Gorodskaya Bolnitsa (trolleybuses M4 and 4; buses M1, 111, 196, T7, and T7K).
Free parking spaces for visitors with disabilities are located on Krymsky Val by the main entrance to Gorky Park.
Garage has an elevator that goes to the first floor. Visitors are welcome to use it without Garage staff. There is also a lift that goes to the mezzanine. To get to the mezzanine, please ask a member of staff. Kids Studio and Glass Room are on the mezzanine.
Accessible toilets for wheelchair users are located on the ground floor and on the mezzanine. To get to the mezzanine, please ask a member of staff.
Visitors can use folding chairs if needed. Please ask for a chair at the information desk on the ground floor.
Guide dogs are welcome in the Museum. You can get a water bowl at the information desk.
The Museum cloakroom has wheelchairs for visitors to use. To borrow a wheelchair please ask the cloakroom staff.