Address: 4, Ulitsa Durova, Moscow, RU
Founded in 1912 by animal trainer Vladimir Durov, The Durov Animal Theatre has been entertaining Russian audiences for generations. Juggling sea lions, dancing dogs and gravity defying wildcats makes for a fun-filled outing that will undoubtedly delight both parents and adults. Also on the roster is a tea party for chimpanzees, which will put a smile on your face every time. Equally as commendable is the price of the ticket, costing as much as a loaf of bread—a rule that Durov mandated since the beginning.