The amusement sector in the Russian regions has been still expanding, with the Amur region holding one of the palms of victories. The 7 ha Gorodskoy (Pervomaisky) Park of Blagoveshensk first opened its doors for visitors in 1889 and offered the first amusement rides in the region. Recently the park has been rated as the most frequently visited leisure and entertainment zones in the city, owing 6 amusement rides for kids and grown-ups, a food court, a cinema, providing photographer’s services and welcoming over 200 thousand visitors at its around 300 culture and leisure events yearly.
The other park in Zeya city, on the contrary, has been renewed and opened for public just recently. Its main perk is a quad biking track attracting the public all the year round. Besides, it provides lots of amusement facilities for those interested in extreme kinds of sports – skating, roller skating and cycling ramps, inflatables of all kinds, a 4 seats bungee jump, zorb rides and much more.
For those who prefer to have fun indoors, “5 Continents” center is happy to offer its visitors all kinds of amusement rides for all ages from 0 to 99 – roller coasters, motor-racing tracks, simulators, trampolines and the biggest in Russia Far East four-storey maze.