The Russian Cultural Garden is situated on the Western side of Martin Luther King Boulevard, North of Saint Clair Ave., South of I-90, right between MLK and Doan Brook. Beautiful stone bridge over the brook defines the Southern border of our park.
Cleveland Cultural Gardens is the unique phenomenon not only in America but also in the world. We celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the Cultural Gardens in 2016!
The first cultural garden, a Shakespeare Garden, has begun in 1916. The majority of the gardens were built in the 1920s and 1930s with money and labor from the WPA as well as the local ethnic communities. By 1939, there were 18 gardens.
Today, the Cleveland Cultural Gardens include fountains, decorative ironwork, and over 60 sculptures. The 30+ different cultural gardens include British, Chinese, Czech, Estonian, Latvian, Armenian, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Polish, and Slovenian gardens, among others. Among the newest gardens there are the Syrian garden, begun in May of 2011, and Albanian garden, begun in 2012.
Russian Garden, dedicated in September, 2018, already started cultural tradition -Maslenitsa, Russian pancake Festival that take place in the Rockefeller Park Greenhouse every year in early Spring.
Another cultural event started by the Russian Garden in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Garden and with the partners from Russia, Italy, United Kingdom and Greece is the Stars of Summer International Music Competition and Festival.
Gala concert will take place on the main stage of the Centennial Plaza on Saturday, August 21 at 5 pm.
You may walk through the Gardens, using self-guided tour or you may order a tour via the Federation of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens .
To order the Russian-speaking guided tour over the Gardens, please e-mail us at Board@RussianGarden.org. Groups of 5+ people are welcome!
Members of the Friends of the Russian Cultural garden Club are entitled for free tour and 2 tickets for any of Russian Garden's events. Membership is $25/ year. You may pay via https://secure.qgiv.com/for/trcg/ or at any event.
You may also apply for membership right here on this page. Thank you for your support!
As you might know, June 6th is the birthday of one of the greatest world’s poets who ever lived – Alexander Pushkin. Who was a genius.
We plan to commemorate his artistic legacy with a celebration at the Russian Cultural Garden on Sunday, June 6th, 2021.
The main theme – Lukomorie (from Ruslan and Lyudmila poem).
1. Installation of the Scene at the Oak Tree and the Wise Cat.
2. Recitation of Pushkin's poetry by adults and children.
3. Cat Show (bring your cat) The winner will get a prize.
You may show your support by joining the team of our talented, enthusiastic, wonderful volunteers or by making any donation to the Russian Cultural Garden non-profit organization.
Join The Friends And Supporters Of The Russian Cultural Garden - Become a Member of The Russian Cultural Garden Club!
Family membership fee - $25/year.
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Let's prove it together that Russian community is capable of combining our talent, enthusiasm, knowledge, organizational skills, and funds to create the outstanding Cultural Garden in honor of the rich Russian culture!
You may support us by joining the Russian Cultural Garden Club. All membership fees will help to reach this goal.
Your donations of any size are greatly appreciated!
Thank you for being such a good friend of the Russian Cultural Garden!