Moscow residents will be able to visit "herb garden" while it is open in the transitional regime, the greenhouse complex is closed indefinitely. This is stated in the press service of the MSU Botanical garden "herb garden".

"20 June 2020 Moscow state University Botanical garden "herb garden" open to visit until June 23, in the transitional regime. Guests will enter the garden only by prior registration and electronic ticket to one of eight sessions lasting 1.5 hours from 10:00 to 22:00", – stated in the message.

Clarifies that the usual offices are temporarily closed. Registration is required for each visitor, including children, citizens of preferential categories, holders of season tickets and the right to free entrance. The validity of the annual pass, valid after March 18, inclusive, is automatically extended for 90 days.

Until June 23, access to the garden is possible only through the main entrance (the World prospectus, the house 26, structure 1). Exit the garden via the plant shop Plantarum in Grokholsky pereulok (the World prospectus, the house 26, between buildings 5 and 6). The output of the garden for people with reduced mobility and visitors with prams is also possible via the main entrance.

"Greenhouse complex is closed indefinitely. Children’s Playground, Sensory garden and Tactile garden will be closed until June 23. Give benefits to everyone until June 23 – the entrance ticket costs 200 roubles. In the garden are blooming peonies, rosehips, chestnuts, Jasmine garden, rhododendrons, magnolias, late lilac, geranium, viburnum, irises, orchids, the birthwort, belladonna, plantain, elderberry, podophylli, poppies, prizemleniya, bereskleta and many other plants" – is transferred to the material.

Free admission to garden have the right to: students, graduate students and staff of MSU named after M. V. Lomonosov (upon presentation of student card or ID card); children up to 7 years (accompanied by adults); participants of the great Patriotic war and equated to them, participants of combat operations; invalids of groups 1 and 2; children-disabled people (one accompanying person free access) (upon presentation of ID); visitors in wheelchairs (one accompanying person is entitled to free admission); orphans, inmates of children’s homes (upon presentation of ID); large family (upon presentation of ID).