Opening hours:

Tuesday — Sunday 10.00 - 20.00
Monday — Closed
Our cafe is open daily

4 Pogodina street, DSK Michurinets
poseleniye Vnukovskoye
Moscow, Russia, 108816
55.657256, 37.334187

A pop-up map showing locations of writers' houses
How to get here
Peredelkino is easily accessible by public transport. The most convenient way to get here is by train from Kievsky railway station to Peredelkino train station. The commute will last for 20 minutes and then the writers' village is just a 10–15-minute walk from the station.

You can also take the bus №316 from Novoperedelkino metro station and get off at Gorodok Pisatelei which is the closest bus stop to Dom Tvorchestva.
Car parking
There are no on-site parking facilities except for spaces reserved for disabled visitors. The nearest public car park is at Peredelkino train station, a 10 minute walk away from Dom Tvorchestva. We kindly ask you not to park on the side of the road as it blocks the driveway.
The cafe inside Dom Tvorchestva is open daily from 09.00 to 21.00.
The restored bar-buffet is inside the main building of Dom Tvorchestva.
Opening hours:
Tue-Thu 14.00 – 22.00
Fri-Sun 14.00 – 00.00
Things to see and do
Meshchersky Park is a five-minute walk from Dom Tvorchestva. There you can rent bicycles, take a walk along the banks of the Setun River and have a bite to eat at the Grusha cafe. To get to the park, turn right from Dom Tvorchestva's main entrance and then cross Pogodina street.

If you go a little further, you can reach the Peredelkino cemetery and visit the graves of Boris Pasternak, Korney Chukovsky, Arseniy Tarkovsky, Yevgeny Yevtushenko and others.
Filming and photography
Dom Tvorchestva is not available for both commercial and non-commercial photoshoots that involve models, makeup artists, props and professional equipment.

Otherwise, we are film-friendly, and we love it when you take photos and tag us on social media. But we ask you not to take pictures inside Dom Tvorchestva for too long, even if you are doing phone photography, as our residents and visitors come here to read and work.
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