The Maroseyka 2/15 Hotel invites you to the first Christmas markets in the capital. You can learn about Franco-Belgian holiday values, culture and traditional gifts by attending the event.

From November 29 to December 1, the Franco-Belgian Christmas Market will be held in the second building of the Museum of Moscow with the support of the embassies of France and the Kingdom of Belgium. For three days, the space of the Museum of Moscow will turn into a Christmas tale. A special entourage will be created by a concert of French songs, a series of workshops and a Christmas market.

French and Belgian manufacturers will present an extensive assortment of gifts: bretonki and scarfs, home decor and fragrances, Christmas wreaths, Christmas tree decorations and children’s toys, Provence cosmetics, European vintage and many surprises.

You will learn how French traditions of landscape painting differ from Russian ones, learn Breton dances, listen to Christmas songs performed by the Georges Brassin Choir.

Also on the market you will find famous French dishes – pastes and terrine, sausages and tapenades, croissants and brioche, baguettes and cheeses, crepes and waffles, Belgian french fries and chocolate, and you can buy delicacies to your New Year’s table.

Entrance to the event is free, but you need to register for master classes.

Contacts of the Museum of Moscow:
Zubovsky Boulevard, 2
+7 495 739-00-08