On the 89th floor of the Federation Tower, at a height of 327 meters, there is an ice cream factory, a mini-copy of the real factory in Dolgoprudny. You can watch production in real time — 5,000 cups are made here every day. There is a free tasting of creamy ice cream for all guests.
A visit to the factory is included in the ticket to the observation deck, which is located on the same floor and is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the highest in the world. From here, you can get a 360-degree bird's-eye view of Moscow. The ticket also includes an interactive journey through the history of the city and a screening of an informative movie.
The small museum at the ice cream factory tells the history of this delicacy. You can see vintage ice cream cups and spoons from a private collection, original packaging and advertising posters, and learn the secrets of Soviet ice cream.
Photo: Ice Cream Museum
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