ZIL Culture CentreFree: All time

In the 1930’s, ZIL Culture Center was originally built for employees of motor car factory ZIL. It is one of the great examples of Russian constructivist architecture. It is the first and largest culture establishment in Moscow, often hosting exhibitions and free performances to the public. ZIL focuses on five major fields: creative development, art, library, lectures and dance programs. It’s open to all interested visitors. Be warned that everything at ZIL is in Russian and the staffs hardly speak English. However, you’ll still likely be able to enjoy the programs since most of them are visual. 

Address: Vostochnaya Street 4, Moscow
Opening hours: Daily 10am – 10pm
Direction: Metro Line 10 to Dubrovska Station or Line 2 to Avtozavodskaya Station
Phone: +7 495 675 16 36
Website: www.zilcc.ru

Photo credit: ZIL Culture Centre, The Constructivist Project