The Trubetskoys’ Estate in Khamovniki (Mandelshtam Park) children’s park is located next to Komsomolsky Prospekt between Usachev Street, Malaya Trubetskaya Street, Efremov Street and Kholzunov Lane.
The history of the park and estate started in the late 17th century, when a court with a garden in Devichye Pole was transferred from the Zemsky order to Prince Vasiliy Vasilievich Golitsyn as a country seat. In the 18th century, the ownership passed to Dmitry Yurievich Trubetskoy, under whom the main house of the estate was built in 1758. On 16th of September 1826, the estate was visited by Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin, who was returning from a holiday stroll on Devichye Pole on the occasion of the coronation of Nikolai I.
In 1923, the estate was turned into Mandelshtam Park in honour of the revolutionary Aleksandr Vladimirovich Mandelshtam. Restoration works were carried out on the territory in 2002.
Address of the children park The Trubetskoys’ Estate in Khamovniki: Moscow, Usachev Street, 1A