Tourist, cultural Kiev
- Center of Kiev
- Darnitskiy district
- Desnyanskiy district
- Dneprovskij district
- Goloseevskiy district
- Obolonskyi district
- Pecherskiy district
- Podolski district
- Shevchenkiy district
- Solomenskyi district
Kyiv National Circus is nearly 50 years old. It hosted visitors in 1961. Its modern building seats 2,100 spectators.
This is the largest domed building in Kyiv. The circus has a great variety of programs involving exotic animals such as crocodiles, porcupines, tigers, lions, leopards, camels and others.
The circus also has its own ballet troupe, which is considered to be one of the finest collectives in this field. The presentation of a brand new program has already taken place. It’s awfully Interesting! Scaring! Funny! Cheerful! Which runes from 24 September to 12 December 2010. For the first time in the arena of the Kyiv circus came there are twenty crocodiles at once. The clowns Oleg and Konstantin Gerasimenko, unlike most of their colleagues will not irritate you with wriggling as they are natural and charming.
The National Circus of Ukraine has not only public, but also worldwide recognition. The brilliant artists have always performed and will perform at its arena. Their names are immortal and cast-in-stone for eternity in the glorious world history of circus arts.
It is a kind of experimental basis, in the depths of which the universally significant ideas of thematic programs, attractions and shows are born.
The additional information:
The address: Kyiv, Peremogy Square, 2 (“Vokzalna” subway station).
Tel: (044) 486-38-56, to book the tickets – (044) 486-39-27
Working hours: please look at the schedule
The fee: 30 -100 UAN
The age group: It is highly recommended to take the child, when he/she is able to understand the performance and percept sounds appropriately, better from 5 years.
How to get there:
From subway “Vokzalna” cross the street to Starovokzalna street and go sideways shopping mall “Ukraine” and Peremogy Square.
From subway “Universytet” take any transport to Peremogy Square.
From subway “Polytechnichny Universytet” take any transport to Peremogy Square.