The metro station “Park Kultury” (Парк Культуры) in Moscow is located at a distance of about 2.5 kilometers south-west of the city center (Kremlin and Red Square), at the intersection of the “Sadovoye Koltso” (Garden Ring) and “Komsomolsky Prospekt” street. At a distance of about 600 meters from the station is a popular vacation spot - Gorky Park (Central Park named after Gorky). This explains station name selection. (The park is located on the opposite bank of the Moscow River from park.)
Metro station “Park Kultury” is available on the two lines of the Moscow metro: at “Sokolnicheskaya” line (line 1, red line) and “Koltsevaya” line (Circle Line, line 5, brown line). It is possible to go to another line trains.
Metro station “Park Kultury” (red line)
Metro station “Park Kultury” of the Moscow Metro Sokolnicheskaya line is located between stations “Kropotkinskaya” and “Frunzenskaya”. The station was opened on 15 May 1935. Its depth is 10.5 meters.
The station has two ground vestibules. Northern vestibule is located next to Ostozhenka Street on the inner side the Garden Ring. There is a mosaic image of Maxim Gorky in the lobby.
Southern station vestibule is located at the intersection of “Komsomolsky Prospect” and “Zubov Boulevard”. Southern vestibule is common for stations of Sokolnicheskaya and “Koltsevaya” lines. Transfer to the Circle line going through the common vestibule.
Metro station “Park Kultury” (Koltsevaya Line)
Station “Park Kultury” of Moscow Metro Circle Line is located between stations “Oktyabrskaya” and “Kievskaya”. The station was opened in 1950. Depth of the station is 40 meters. The station has one ground vestibule, shared with the station of Sokolnicheskaya line. There is a transition between two stations through the lobby.
There are some places of interest, located near the metro station “Park Kultury” in Moscow:
- Gorky Park.
- “Krymskaya” embankment.
- Museum of Moscow.
- “Tretyakov Gallery on Krymsky Val”.
- Business center “Krimsky Most”.