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Trampoline Park NEBO
Trampoline Park NEBO

Trampoline Park NEBO

Free admission
Leningradsky Ave, 80, к. 11, Moscow, 125190

The Basics

“Nebo” means “sky” in Russian, and visitors to this indoor adventure and sports park get plenty of chances to jump and climb sky-high. You’ll find numerous trampolines and other structures and activities, including some suitable for younger kids and less-experienced trampoliners. Several admission options are available online.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • NEBO has lockers and showers.

  • Visitors must wear socks, and can’t have items in their pockets.

  • Food is prohibited in the trampoline area, but there’s an on-site café.

  • Instructors can be hired by the hour.

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How to Get There

The park is located northwest of central Moscow. The quickest and easiest way to get there is by metro—get off at Sokol station.

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When to Get There

NEBO is open daily from morning until late evening. Admission fees are higher on the weekend, from 5pm Friday.

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Visit the Experimentanium

For a fun-filled, action-packed day, spend the morning at NEBO, then head to the Experimentanium science museum after lunch. Interactive exhibits teach kids about science and technology. Although most of the signage is in Russian, there’s some in English too.

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