- N.Shipilov, Private Entrepreneur
- Sokolniki Museum and Educational Centre, Moscow, Russia, exhibit hall 2
- Working hours:
04/01 - 05/01 — from 11:00 till 20:00
During the New year holidays on January 4th and 5th a large-scale Veg Market gathering thousands of Moscow vegetarians, vegans and rawatarians will be held in Moscow.
Veg Market will be located near one of the largest skating rinks in Europe – the Sokolniki Park skating rink.
Visitors of the market will have an opportunity to spend some nice time skating and walking in the park, and then get back to the Market and get warm with a cup of tea or coffee and have a bite of vegetarian, vegan or raw dishes.
At our food court you will find burgers, hot dogs, shawarma, pancakes, pizza, cakes and sweets, and many of those are cooked raw, so they are no threat for your shape. The whole range of dishes will be presented, including raw, vegan and vegetarian ones.
There will also be a large market where dozens of Moscow stores and producers will offer vegetarian food, snacks, gadgets, cosmetics and everything that a vegetarian might need. There you will find organic muesli and nuts, honey, home-made pickles and jams, vegan and raw chocolate, crisps, crispbreads, vegan sausage and cheese, beverages and sweets of all kinds, raw and vegan ice-cream.
Moreover, there will be ethical cruelty-free clothes made with artificial fur. Fur coats, hats and other garments for vegans are always very popular with the customers at our events.
Special attention will be paid to the small visitors of Veg Market. There will be as many as three children’s’ playgrounds with special zones for the youngest and big bouncy castles for older ones. And for the smallest guests and their parents two baby care rooms will be operating.
There will also be a special zone with New Year performances, Father Frost, a puppet theatre, conjurers and other fascinating entertainments.
And of course there are lots of presents in store for all the visitors, free food sampling on both days, and many other wonderful surprises.
For adults: 200 RUB (for both days)
For children: free admission for those under 16 years old