What To Do In Minsk This Weekend? Top 5 Activities For You

The weather outside may be not so inviting, but it still can be fun with the list of fun activities compiled by BelarusFeed so you can have a blast this frosty winter weekend.

Let your hair down and have fun!

Skiing, snowboarding and skating

Chilly, snowy days are literally calling you outdoors.

Grab your family, friends and your winter outfit to ski, skate, snowboard or just make perfect snow angels, build a snowman or engage take part in snowball fighting.

When: every day

Where: Skiing complex Logoysk, Silichy Ski Resort, Solnechnaya Dolina, Yakutskiye Gory, Westa, Raubichi

Price: a weekday for a skier in “Logoisk” (skis, boots, sticks) will cost BYN9 (~$4.5) , a day off of rent – BYN12 (~$6)

Free dance lessons

The master classes will give you an opportunity to learn about tribal fusion, American tribal style, oriental dance and yoga.

Girls only six free dance and yoga classes will be taught by professional dancers. Forget stress and be ready for tons of positivity and fun!

When: 11am on January 28

Where: dance school PinUp Studio, 24 Surganova st.

Price: free, registration is compulsory

Designer products festival

Are you tired of identical and faceless clothes and jewelry?

Welcome to the “Image of Belarus” festival where you can buy exclusive accessories, soft toys and interior furnishings created by local craftsmen.

Besides, there will be halva, honey, nuts and many more to keep even the most picky sweet teeth happy.

The kids and their parents will be entertained by various artists, magicians and illusionists as well as a soap bubbles show during a Saturday concert.

When: starting 12am on 26, 27 and 28 January

Where: “MOMO” Shopping centre, Partyzanski praspiekt 150а

Price: free

Winter race “Hot Ice”

Stadium “Zarya” in Borovoe will gather the elite representatives of track racing to find out the strongest in the season 2018.

The race, which will be held on January 28, will define the champion of Belarus. What does that mean?

The fight will be unpredictable, fierce and full of surpises. Trust us, you do want to be a part of it!

When: 12am on January 28

Where: “Zarya” stadium, Borovaya village

How much: BYN7 (~$3.5) for adults, BYN5 (~$2.5) for students, BYN1 (~$0.5 ) for kids 12+ years, other kids – free

Rag dolls master class

The Museum of Belarusian Folk Art offers you to learn more about folk art in Belarus and even create a rag doll called “lyalka-motanka”.

Every Sunday, the museum hosts master classes on the creation of the traditional rag dolls, straw and belts weaving.

The exposition of the museum is presented by masterpieces created by ordinary people. Add your own one to the unique collection!

When: 12am on January 28

Where: Museum of Belarusian Folk Art in Raubichi, Raubichi village

Price: BYN6 (~$3)