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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016


Curious About Cats?

To learn more about cats, take your child to the Cat's Eye exhibition at the Cat Museum. There are paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, tapestries, costumes, applique works, as well as books, souvenirs, cards and other feline-related items.

The museum is open from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, and is located at 109 Rublyovskoye Shosse, Bldg. 1. Telephone 141-5424 for reservations, which are advised. Admission is 10 rubles ($0.40) for adults, 5 rubles for students, schoolchildren and pensioners, free for children under 7. Nearest metro: Molodyozhnaya.

Fun Beneath a Tent

Moscow Tent Circus Happy Arena is starting its new Shatirov Twins show in which you will be able to see a clown trio, pythons, monkeys, horses and bears in a traditional circus program.

The shows are Thursday and Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Tickets cost 30 rubles to 50 rubles ($1.25 to $2.05). For tickets and more information, call 954-7275, 236-1462. Nearest metro: Oktyabrskaya.

Tale Takes the Stage

"Teremok," a play based on the popular tale by Russian poet Samuil Marshak about animals who try sharing a little wooden house in a big forest, is performed at the Chikhachev Musical Drama Theater at noon on Sunday.

The theater is located at 9 Ulitsa Akademika Skryabina.

Tickets cost 8 rubles to 25 rubles (30 cents to $1). Telephone 371-7333 for further information. Nearest metro: Ryazansky Prospekt.