GUM, Moscow – location, opening hours, store directory, and the most sought-after clothing items available there
Phone number: +7 (495) 788-43-43.
Stores: 11am – 10pm;
'No. 1' gastronome, opening hours: 10am – 10pm, phone number: +7 (495) 620-30-10, +7 (495) 620-30-15
'Kinozal GUM'' movie theater
Showtimes at 'Kinozal GUM': 10am – 12 midnight, phone number: +7 (495) 620-30-62
You can view today's schedule and ticket prices here
Available at the shopping center: 3 cafes and restaurants
'Cafeteria No. 57', opening hours: 10am – 10pm, phone number: +7 (495) 620-31-29, +7 (495) 788-43-04
'Festivalnoye' cafe, working hours: 10am – 10pm, phone number: +7 (495) 788-43-04, +7 (495) 788-42-53
In-mall guest services and facilities: mobile specialty store (Megafon), pharmacy, banking (VTB24)
GUM shopping centre address, phone number, and map
The easiest way to get to the 'GUM' shopping center is by metro. Okhotny ryad metro station is a mere 250 walk from the mall. Teatralnaya metro station is 300 meters away from 'GUM'.
The shopping center offers 9-story (7 overground levels and 2 underground levels) for 200 vehicles; opening hours: workdays: 8am – 11:30pm, weekend: 9am – 11pm; parking rates: ₽250 per hour. The vehicles that fail to leave the parking lot before 11pm have to stay in the garage until the next morning at the parking rate of ₽250 per hour. Some stores offer their customers free parking coupons to build loyalty.
Concise review of GUM
Size (Leasable area) of the shopping center, square meters: 69,000 (26,000 — 36,000)
The 'GUM' department stores is owned by: CJSC 'Vostok i Zapad' group of companies'
The number of stores hosted by the 'GUM' shopping center: 147
State Department Store also known as GUM is neatly situated facing Red Square and Lenin's Mausoleum. As splendid as the building looks from the outside, this pales down to its interiors: three levels of luxurious galleries and fretwork all under the soaring glass dome. The construction of the GUM's building was commenced back in 1890 (GUM bore the name of 'Upper Trading Rows' at the time) when the site was unrivaled as the place of choice for family promenades.
Nowadays, the department store is home to mostly upscale and luxury brands: think Dior, Vilebrequin, Louis Vuitton, Escada, Gucci, and Hermes. It was GUM that served as a base for the expansion of a number of them to the Russian market. Just to give you an idea, flagship stores by Manolo Blahnik, Bosco Fresh, and Furla (the store was opened as recently as May, 2016) have all secured their retail space in GUM. A couple dozen retail outlets with the 'Bosco' prefix in their name are telling of the GUM's major shareholder: the Russian-based Bosco company that owns namesake Bosco multi-label stores alongside a hundred fashion boutiques in Russia and abroad.
The first GUM level features the famous historic toilet, an authentically furnished reenactment of the pre-revolutionary toilet experience that costs ₽150 to enjoy. One can also take a shower there for a modest ₽500 more that amount (a bathrobe, towels, and slippers are all included in the price). The same storey hosts the "No.1" gastronome that impeccably recreates, with its interiors and staff uniforms, the aura of the Soviet era gastronomes. The Soviet style also reigns supreme at the 'Festivalnoye' cafe and the 'Stolovaya No. 57' cafeteria both located on the second floor of the department store.
Another celebrated attraction at GUM is its house-made ice cream that serves as a time machine of sorts for the older Soviet-bred generations. The ice cream is available from the parlours located on the ground floor.
Every winter Muscovites and tourists alike are welcomed to the outdoor GUM-Katok skating rink that opens on Red Square. Abundant New Year's paraphernalia never fails to cheer up and impress tourists and the idly strolling general public as well.
GUM annually holds BoscoFashionWeek remarkable for the fact that unlike with other fashion shows it's Bosco Family customers who appear on the runway instead of professional models.
Fashion stores at GUM
Directory of clothing, footwear, and accessories stores at GUM: product photos, reviews, and product listings are all available on dedicated retailer pages.
Dva mjacha10 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 620-33-28
Etro5 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 620-33-70
Tissot15 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 543-90-59
Marc Cain5 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 620-31-30
Brooks Brothers2 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 620-30-23
Baume & MercierSublime by Bosco10 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 620-33-11
CefineArticoli4 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 620-3451
PradaPrada Woman Shoes11 stores in Moscow+7(495) 620-34-82
Tiffany&Co.4 stores in Moscow+7(495) 620-34-82
Alena Akhmadullina Alena Akhmadullina15 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 788-43-43
Bosco FamilySublime by Bosco10 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 660-05-50
DockersLevi’s1 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 725-41-64
Trussardi5 stores in Moscow+7 495 620-34-79
Fendi 3 stores in Moscow+7(495) 620-34-82
Rolex13 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 937-53-73
L'OccitaneArticoli75 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 620-3451
Longines3 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 620-33-46
Hanro2 stores in Moscow+7 (495) 620-94-28