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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016


Jungle Jamboree

Take your kids to the children's entertainment center Dzhungli, where they can enjoy a three-level plastic labyrinth, a swimming pool filled with little plastic balls, a toy punching bag, a special drinks bar and a lot more. The center can also organize children's parties. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday from 1 to 9 p.m., it is located at the Ashkhabad cinema at 17A Chertanovskaya Ulitsa. Entrance is 40 rubles ($1.40) for children, free for adults on weekdays, and 80 rubles for children, 20 rubles for adults on Saturdays and Sundays. Tel. 315-1271. Nearest metro: Yuzhnaya.

Clowning Around

The good old Moscow Nikulin Circus at Tsvetnoi Bulvar offers the new program "Clowns and Heroes" - an eccentric and dynamic show that features a dog disco, trained lions, horse riding, jugglers, tightrope walkers, acrobats and, of course, clowns. The shows is performed Thursday and Friday at 2:30 and 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 and 6 p.m. The circus is located at 13 Tsvetnoi Bulvar. Tickets cost between 20 and 120 rubles (70 cents to $4.20). Tel. 200-1759/0668. Nearest metro: Tsvetnoi Bulvar.

Slipper Story

To experience the world of fairy tales, see "Cinderella," known in Russian as "Zolushka," a play based on a famous story about a poor girl who meets a dashing prince at a party but has to leave early. The show will be performed at the Theater Na Maloi Bronnoi on Sunday at noon. The theater is located at 4 Ulitsa Malaya Bronnaya. Tickets cost 10 to 50 rubles (35 cents to $1.75). Tel. 290-4093. Nearest metro: Tverskaya.