The trees of Moscow will tell about themselves on audio tours in Bitsevsky Forest

The trees of Moscow will tell about themselves on audio tours in Bitsevsky Forest

Ecocenter "Forest Fairy Tale" of Mospriroda invites everyone over 5 years old to take part in the new environmental education project "Trees are not silent". From June 1 to October 30, in the natural and historical park "Bitsevsky Forest" you can visit unusual audio tours, where trees act as guides.

“To attend an audio tour, you need to come to the Forest Fairy Ecocenter any day, get a map of the route using the QR code placed on the door of the Ecocenter, and go on a journey through the shady halls of the Bitsevsky Forest Natural and Historical Park along with amazing guides . Each tree has its own story and its own voice. Each tree will tell all the most intimate about itself, ”the message on the Mospriroda website says.

The walking route is about 2 km, it runs along the equipped paths and paths of the Bitsevsky Forest park.

On the tour, guests will need a smartphone with internet access. By scanning QR codes, sightseers will go to the video pages of trees and listen to their interesting stories.

You can participate as an individual, family, company or class at any time.

The stories of trees are voiced by the teachers of the Moscow School No. 1561.
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