On the other side of Titovsky Proezd, Gorky Park becomes Neskuchny Gardens which run all the way along the bank of the River Moskva to the Third Ring Road. Today the gardens are run as part of Gorky Park. The word Neskuchny translates into English as Not Boring, and true enough the gardens are pleasant and an interesting place to visit. The gardens were established during the reign of Nicholas I from three estates belonging to the Trubetsky, Golitsyn and Orlov noble families. In addition to the gardens' natural surroundings, several features of the old estates remain and new sporting facilities have been opened, including a tree top climbing frame, outdoor fitness facilities, chess and table tennis.
|Location||Right bank of the River Moskva|