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Central East Correctional Centre (also known as Lindsay Jail) is a medium/maximum Provincial jail built in 2002 and houses 1,184 adult male and female offenders in both remanded and sentenced custody.

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Length of visit:  30 minutes

Number of visits per week:  2

Number of visitors per visit: 2 adults and any number of children under 16

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Historical Stone Wall Wrapping Perimeter Of The Old Jail In Lindsay To Be Demolished

Jennifer Walker

KAWARTHA LAKES – The historic stone wall that wraps around the Lindsay Old Gaol Museum will be demolished by fall of 2022 after City staff deemed it unsafe.

The property is designated because of both its historical and architectural significance as the former jail for the County of Victoria. Constructed in 1863, the gaol is built in white limestone using the Romanesque Revival style, which was frequently employed for correctional facilities in the mid-nineteenth century. Designed by Toronto architectural firm Cumberland and Storm, it is considered a local landmark.

The building was decommissioned as a jail in 2003 with the opening of the Central East Correctional Facility and is now owned by the City. The building now houses the Old Gaol Museum.

The property includes a large walled exercise yard. The original wall was demolished and replaced around 1989 and the current wall continues to deteriorate according to City officials. The new walls were built when the property was still an operational correctional facility. In 2017, Building and Property staff commissioned an assessment of the wall, which found that the structural integrity of the walls had been compromised. Since this time, the City says several reports have been prepared by qualified engineers confirming the structural issues with the wall.

In 2019 Kawartha411 broke the story on the plans for demolition that were already underway. Read more here:   portion-of-the-courtyard-wall-at-lindsays-old-jail-to-be-torn-down

According to the Historical Society, the courtyard is where hangings took place and at least three bodies are buried there. The bodies have since been moved. Gallows were constructed for each hanging and then removed. Courtyards were also used by inmates for recreation and exercise, hard labour sentences and in the early days, the inmates chopped the wood that heated the town’s public buildings.

According to officials, future use of the open courtyard has not yet been “fully determined”. There are reports it could be used for City parking but that has not been confirmed.

Officials with the museum told Kawartha 411 News the basic plan for the space is some parking for the museum, green space and the south courtyard space reserved for a future museum addition.

“Every effort will be made to ensure that the space is both useful and attractive for the community. There are no architectural drawings approved by council at this time. The museum does have plans to create an additional exhibit to the one we currently have about the history of the walls and preservation of photographs and artifacts have been ongoing.” said Barbara Doyle, Old Gaol Museum.

“The courtyard walls need to be demolished, and I’m simply going by the engineering comments that I’m reading, this has continuously been surveyed by an engineer and deemed unsafe,” said Mayor Andy Letham. “I’m not an engineer but if that many visits by engineers claim they’re (the walls) not safe, they need to come down. At the end of the day, we can’t have unsafe walls.”

Professionals have attempted to stabilize the wall to prevent the coping on the wall from falling onto the ground below, but independent Structural Engineers have continued to provide reports advising that the walls still present a significant health and safety concern.

As a result, the demolition was approved by Council, by end of Q1 2022. The City says every effort will be made to maintain as much of the wall as possible for historical purposes.

Before this final decision was made, the Kawartha Lakes Municipal Heritage Committee staff asked that the demolition of the exterior courtyard wall be put off until a Cultural Centre Feasibility Study is completed and a plan for the future of the space is decided.

But on August 10, council motioned to proceed with the demolition but, recognizing the historical significance of the courtyard wall, directed staff to look into a potential heritage recognition piece for the structure.

“We all get its value but at the end of the day, if it’s not safe, it’s not safe,” said Mayor Letham. “We have a report that says it isn’t safe, it doesn’t go further than that, we have to do what is safe.”

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Central East Correctional Centre is open: Monday:8:00 AM – 8:45 PM Tuesday:8:00 AM – 8:45 PM Wednesday:8:00 AM – 8:45 PM Thursday:8:00 AM – 8:45 PM Friday:8:00 AM – 8:45 PM Saturday:8:15 AM – 5:00 PM Sunday:8:15 AM – 5:00 PM

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Going to Jail in Lindsay

Going to Jail in Ontario

1. COVID-19

There are protocols in place to deal with the pandemic situation, including separating newly arrived inmates for 14 days, providing personal protective equipment for staff, requiring staff and visitors to wear masks, and providing voluntary testing of inmates. Not surprisingly, despite these preventative measures, there have been at least half a dozen outbreaks of COVID-19 at the Lindsay jail.

2. Women & Men

Lindsay jail houses both men and women, but the women are on separate ranges from the men.

There is a canteen from which you can buy snacks and toiletries. (Although the jail will supply you with some essential toiletries for free, including a toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, comb, deodorant, razor and shaving cream, and, if needed, feminine hygiene products.) You would not carry any money while in jail but rather have an account with the canteen. If you arrive at the jail with money on you, that money is automatically put into trust for you and can be applied to canteen purchases.

 If others want to put money into your canteen account, they can purchase a bank draft (from a bank) and mail it with a clear reference to the inmate to which it is meant to apply. However, be sure your person calls the jail to ask for payee information first. The address is  Central East Correctional Centre, 541 Hwy 36, Box 4500 Lindsay, ON K9V 4S6. Ensure a “return to sender” name and address are also specified. Remember, do not act like you have money or have family or friends who do. That will make you an easy victim.

4. Prescription drugs

You cannot bring your prescription drugs into jail with you. If you arrive with them they will be taken away. However, the medical team will take the necessary information and verify your medical needs with your doctor etc. and will get the necessary drugs for you.

5. Underwear

When you arrive at the jail, your clothes will be taken away, including your underwear, and you will be given a jumpsuit, socks and underwear. They will give you fresh socks and underwear every day. You’ll get your own clothes back for in-person court appearances (but not for video appearances).

6. Parking for weekend sentences

If you are serving an intermittent sentence, which for most people means serving weekends, you can park your car in the jail parking lot and there is no charge.

7. Pick up & drop off for intermittent sentences

If you are serving an intermittent sentence, which for most people means serving weekends, and someone else is driving you there and back, there is signage directing you to the place for pickup/drop off. If you have any questions, you can go to the main entrance and ask at reception.

8. Phone calls

You can call out but people can’t call you. If someone who wants to reach you does call for you, a message will be taken to you that the person called. It is up to you to call the person back. If the jail is on lockdown, you can’t make calls. If your lawyer wants to set up a scheduled phone call with you, your lawyer can set that up by calling “Access Defence” at: 1 866 322-5422. But it will be up to you to be sure you call your lawyer at the time that gets scheduled. However, in many instances, “Access Defence” can be unreliable, as calls can be cancelled for no apparent reason. Often, the stated reason is insufficient staffing to bring the prisoner to the phone. You should not assume that your lawyer forgot to call!

9. How many per cell?

Normally there are two people per cell–but sometimes there are more. Same for women.

Meals are brought to you in your cell.

11. Do I have to stay in my cell?

Generally speaking no, you can be out on your range. However, if there is a lockdown, you will be confined to your cell and won’t be able to do things like make phone calls, shower or meet with your lawyer or Legal Aid.

12. How do visiting hours work?

Since the pandemic, lots of things, including visiting inmates at Ontario jails, has changed. For a while, at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the provincial government suspended personal visits at adult correctional facilities. Visiting has now resumed, but lockdowns can occur at the jails for many reasons, including pandemic reasons, so we can’t make any assumptions about visiting inmates.

According to the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General’s website, the way it works now is:

Personal visitors must:

  • contact the facility ahead of time to confirm whether it is open to visitors.
  • Schedule their visit in advance with the facility if it is open.
  • Undergo a health screening before entering a facility, which will include a temperature check, a screening for other COVID-19 symptoms, and questions about travel outside of Canada or contact with someone who may be sick.
  • Wear a mask or face covering when visiting. Masks will not be provided by the facility and individuals must bring their own.

Visitors who present with symptoms or fail the screening process will not be allowed to proceed with the scheduled visit. Professional visits, including legal counsel, will continue with additional screening for COVID-19 symptoms.

The ministry’s website is here: https://www.ontario.ca/page/correctional-facilities .

It additionally gives the visiting hours for Lindsay Jail as follows:

Monday to Saturday 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Sunday 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

*** Note that all visits to the Lindsay jail must be pre-booked 24 hours in advance.

The telephone number for Lindsay jail is: 705-328-6000.

13. John Howard Society

The John Howard Society of Ontario among other things, helps those who have been incarcerated and has a great online pamphlet entitled “Visiting a loved one inside?” which is full of useful information for those who may wish to visit you when you are in jail. Here is the link to that pamphlet:  https://johnhoward.on.ca/resources/visiting-loved-ones/

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Tours of Brisbane's Boggo Road Gaol from Boy Swallows Universe still on hold due to nearby construction

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Tour guide Jack Sim says he regularly receives disappointed messages from visitors who are unable to visit Brisbane's infamous Boggo Road Gaol, which features in the Netflix series Boy Swallows Universe.

Key points:

  • The popular tourist attraction was forced to temporarily in 2022 close due to a development next door
  • Boggo Road Village was supposed to be complete in 2023, but major construction has not started
  • The jail has received international attention due to its use as a set in Boy Swallows Universe on Netflix

The show, which premiered on Netflix earlier this month, has drawn international eyes to the jail-turned-tourist-haunt, which shut was in March 2022 due to a construction project next door.

The Boggo Road Village development was supposed to finish in 2023, but major construction is yet to begin.

The ABC understands that the state government imposed safety restrictions on the jail due to work on nearby water and sewerage pipes, in addition to vibration from construction. 

Mr Sim said he was turning away thousands of disappointed visitors who wanted to see the jail in real life.

"There's demand from the public, schools, cruise ship companies, and we've had that on hold like a lid on a bottle for two years," Mr Sim said.

"It's reached a crisis now. We're being harassed online by people wanting to gain access to the prison since Boy Swallows  Universe."

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The developer, Mark Stockwell, said he now expected the project to finish mid-2025.

Mr Stockwell said several state government projects, such as Cross River Rail and the underground bus tunnel, had complicated the project.

"When I started on this at the end of 2015, Cross River Rail was off the drawing board, so significant things happen," he said.

"Me and Jack are very frustrated with the delays, because for me I've been working at this now for nearly nine years."

Mr Stockwell said he appreciated the work Mr Sim did in preserving and promoting Brisbane's heritage.

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The 'Houdini of Boggo Road'

Mr Sim said the school holidays were peak season for the jail, with over a thousand visitors a day pouring usually through the cells.

When it was open to the public, Mr Sim ran crime and ghost tours through the cells, where tourists would hear grisly tales from the building's past.

The jail was infamous for its filthy conditions, violent riots, executions and daring prison escapes.

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The most famous escapee was Slim Halliday, who was known as the "Houdini of Boggo Road" for his ingenious methods of escape.

Mr Halliday befriended a young boy named Trent Dalton, who went on to write the book Boy Swallows Universe, based loosely on his life experiences.

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Mr Sim said the book and the show were a realistic portrayal of Brisbane's gritty underbelly in the 1980s and "the dark side of the sunshine state".

He is petitioning the Queensland government to work with the developers to speed up their project, or at a minimum, come up with a concrete completion date.

Mr Sim said the lack of an opening date meant his plans to build a museum inside the jail were in limbo, and he was struggling to make bookings or plan for the future.

"It's … frankly embarrassing to Queensland that the jail is closed on the back of international interest in its story through Boy Swallows Universe," he said.

"For a tourism-centric state like Queensland it's untenable for the government to leave us dangling like this."

The Queensland government was contacted for comment.

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A string of new licensing violations and a state monitor’s arrest earlier this month for her possible sexual assault of a teen housed at the juvenile jail are the latest problems sparking outrage at the Wayne County facility that has struggled to give kids basic care and keep them safe.

Still, officials running the Wayne County Juvenile Detention Center say they've improved conditions significantly for residents in recent months. The Detroit Free Press in summer 2022 started documenting problems caused by overcrowding and understaffing at the jail.

There has been increased spending on hiring and training of staff, part of a nearly $10 million boost Wayne County Executive Warren Evans and the county commission approved , officials said. That was a more than 60% increase in that budget to $26 million this fiscal year that began in October 2023.

They’ve switched from a “skeleton crew” that often locked down youths 23 hours a day to enough staff to let residents leave their rooms all day for school, recreation and — for a few — even student council meetings, said Melissa Fernandez, the county’s director of Juvenile and Youth Services, in a recent interview with the Free Press.

Other changes include replacing metal detectors with $329,000 airport-quality scanners at entry doors to screen for contraband like pills and vape pens that show up in youths’ cells. They’ve also created a backup video control room to have more eyes on the pods where juveniles are living, in many cases, for months.

“We've come a long way,” said Fernandez, who has overseen the facility since March 2022. “We believe it's a safer institution. We still have a lot of work to do, we really do.”

The facility remains under increased state oversight because of past violations.

More: 6 staffers out at Wayne Co. juvie jail after investigation into boy’s alleged rape by youths

Last fall, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services put jail operations into a provisional license — a step that could ultimately led to license revocation — after an investigation found violations from the previous spring, including feces-covered walls, a lack of clean clothes and basic hygiene products.

There are 31 MDHHS licensing investigations either open or being reviewed at the facility. And just last week the state released its reports on multiple violations it found from the alleged rape of a 12-year-old boy in March.

Still, even state officials acknowledged last week that the county has improved conditions.

"Wayne County Juvenile Detention Center has made progress by decreasing the number of youth placed there, increasing the staff ratio, offering expanded services to youth and additional training of staff," Bob Wheaton, a spokesman for MDHHS, wrote in an email last week.

"However, Wayne County must continue its improvements to meet licensing requirements, including compliance with MDHHS-issued corrective action plans."

County gives 1st tour, leaders sit for interview

For the first time since reporting on the overcrowding and understaffing problems 18 months ago, the Free Press got a tour of the jail from facility leaders, who also sat down for an in-person interview in late December.

The county allowed a reporter inside but would admit a Free Press photographer only if county officials could approve photos for safety reasons. The newspaper declined because it does not allow prepublication review of content by outside groups.

Problems the Free Press revealed since summer 2022 include youths who had been kept in their rooms for long periods, more than a week sometimes, and a lack of basic necessities like daily showers, medication, recreation and schooling.

The facility is designed to house youths up to age 18 who are awaiting adjudication of criminal charges. If a youth is found guilty, they are supposed to be sent elsewhere for treatment. But the Free Press found many youths languished in what is designed to be a short-stay facility because there aren't enough beds in treatment facilities in Michigan.

MDHHS placed round-the-clock monitors at the facility after the alleged rape in March, but recently Evans ordered them removed from the jail after the arrest of one of the state monitors on accusations of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy inside the facility. She was released pending completion of an investigation and no charges had been filed yet.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is investigating "criminal sexual conduct and child abuse" allegations in that incident and the possible involvement of at least two other state employees, a county statement said.

Concerns about youths' safety continue.

In separate court hearings in recent weeks, the Free Press observed a teen from the jail and lawyers for two other juveniles tell court officials they were afraid for residents’ safety inside the facility.

“Since I have been placed at the JDF detention, I have been nothing but jumped,” a teen told a county referee during a court hearing in early December. A county staffer confirmed at the hearing the teen was hospitalized after one assault.

County officials also admit youths still have been able to disable their cell door locks with items like wet toilet paper or folded paper cups, then sometimes fighting with each other or staff.

New leadership, training and therapy access

Fernandez, the county official , and Evans' chief of staff Brian Rinehart say that while there still are challenges, they can point to changes that show the facility has turned a corner.

Youths now get individual and group therapy during their often monthslong waits to be sent to long-term treatment centers. Youths' medical information now is kept electronically, no longer in paper files.

And staff members are being trained in safer techniques to restrain out-of-control youths, officials say, with the goal of hiring a “trauma trained” crisis response team so they can stop calling law enforcement for help.

A year ago, a sheriff's deputy used a Taser to subdue a teen who officials said shattered a cell window and threatened deputies.

The county also raised employee pay by 35% in the spring and now the facility is in line with the state-required, staff-to-resident ratio of 1 to 10 during waking hours. Officials say when they hire for all budgeted positions, they will be at 3 to 16, which exceeds state and federal guidelines.

Evans also appointed a new division director, director and two deputy directors, doubling leadership to six who now run the juvenile jail on-site.

The includes appointing Mack McGhee as the division director of Juvenile and Youth Services in November. McGhee, who makes $165,000 a year, said he has worked with juvenile facilities that faced federal scrutiny in Washington, D.C., and in South Carolina.

County officials also worked with judges to lower the jail population by doing regular check-ins on youths who can be safely released to the community. Last week, there were 94 youths housed in the jail, compared with a previous high of 163.

County opens doors

The county allowed the Free Press inside one of six pods for male residents and allowed a reporter to meet members of a newly formed student council.

The student council was created by Toson Knight, hired for a newly created post as the deputy director of Youth Engagement. He said he has used the seven-member group’s feedback while creating a new student code of conduct book.

“At first, we never came out,” one youth, a student council member who has been housed at the facility for a year, said to a Free Press reporter during the gathering that included facility staff. “We barely got showers.”

He said he started seeing improvements this summer: “Things started getting changed. They started helping us more.”

He said, “They tried to implement activities and stuff for it to be better for us.”

Students told the Free Press they attend school, including math, Spanish, social studies and life skills classes. The Free Press previously reported that youths largely were left to educate themselves for weeks because of administrative problems with a charter school.

Six members of the student council are currently charged with offenses that would be punishable by up to life in prison if they were adults, including murder. Rinehart said it's an example of how far the facility has come, that they now are working together with youths as leaders to improve the facility.

Knight said the jail implemented a merit system where residents can earn privileges for good behavior, like longer phone calls to loved ones and a later, 10 p.m. bedtime. They’ve also gotten tablets with games and books.

During the tour of a Level 3 pod, which is considered the best behavior level, youths watched the movie “Home Alone” from a television hung from the ceiling while lounging in blue chairs in the center of the pod.

The county said youths were able to celebrate the holidays with family and food, as well as cheer on a recent Detroit Lions playoff win with pizza at a watch party.

COVID-19 lockdowns and staffing shortages exacerbated the problems at the facility, county officials have said. But Evans has put much of the blame on the state , saying the jail is supposed to be short-term and he can't control a shortage of the long-term statewide facilities that house and treat youths.

The state has acknowledged the shortage, saying it has helped Wayne County place residents at neighboring facilities and funded the creation of new long-term treatment beds at others.

Contact Christine MacDonald: [email protected] or 313-418-2149. Follow her on X: @cmacfreep.

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An online virtual tour of federal penitentiaries, produced by Correctional Service Canada is being welcomed as an attempt at openness, but also criticized for offering a "sanitized" view of prisons that glosses over the crowded conditions and lack of programming.

Called Beyond The Fence: A Virtual Tour of a Canadian Penitentiary , the animated, narrated video is posted on CSC's website and can be watched on any mobile device.

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CSC spokeswoman Véronique Rioux said the $80,000 project was meant to give Canadians a "unique opportunity" to see what it's like inside a federal institution.

After the Kingston Penitentiary was closed in 2013, about 20,000 people visited the facility as part of fundraising drive , showing significant public interest. Many victims' groups have also expressed interest in learning about incarceration.

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"It is CSC's hope that every Canadian interested in seeing inside of a federal correctional institution will have the opportunity to do so," Rioux told CBC News. "Anyone visiting a family member or friend for the first time will have an idea of what to expect before they enter an institution."

Are you sure this wasn't filmed at Disney Land? - Mary Campbell, formerly with Public Safety Canada

The 360-degree panoramic tour showcases modern, immaculate cells and ranges, a chapel, health-care centre and skills training workshops at the Collins Bay and Bath institutions near Kingston, Ont. It allows viewers to navigate their way through the facilities — which include some modifications.

"Some areas of the virtual tour were altered to ensure there were no security or privacy breaches. For example, walls were whitened to remove sensitive information such as inmate names. Also, the maximum-security area at Collins Bay Institution was recently built and vacant at the time of video shooting," Rioux said.

Correctional Investigator Howard Sapers welcomed the initiative to give Canadians a "peek behind the curtain," and called it a step forward to being more open and transparent. But he said the images of a newly constructed unit are in contrast to the reality of most aging institutions.

Critics say images distort reality

"The majority of prison cells in Canada are 30 or more years old, so the tour pictures do not show a typical environment. It's a bit like a real estate ad showing pictures of a newly built guest room in a very old house in need of renovation," he said.

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Sapers also noted that while the corrections system is all about people, not a single person can be seen during the entire tour.

Justin Piché, assistant professor of criminology at the University of Ottawa, called the production "beyond belief."

"It offers viewers a glimpse into what an ideal institution would look like while paving over many of the disturbing realities of incarceration today," he said.

"This sanitized portrayal shows us minimum, medium and maximum security cells — not one of which is double-bunked at a time when nearly 20 per cent of federal prisoners share a space the size of an average household washroom with another prisoner."

Piché believes the production distorts today's reality of longer waits for programs, cuts to chaplaincy services and the increase in use of force, self-harm and violence behind bars.

"Overall, this is an example of sanitization and the marketing of pain at its finest," he said.

Mary Campbell, former director general of Public Safety Canada's criminal justice directorate, said giving the public an open window inside is a good initiative, but called the tour "detached from reality."

"Are you sure this wasn't filmed at Disney Land?" she asked. "It would be tempting to film a real video, complete with all the screaming and noise of a real penitentiary … with some double-bunking, maybe some wait lists for psychologist and other treatment programs, maybe some green bologna for supper, how about a view of segregation with someone banging their head against cement?"

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USF Day at the Capitol highlights AAU achievement, emphasizes priorities for ongoing success

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Tallahassee was glistening in green and gold Wednesday as more than 100 students, alumni and leaders from USF’s three campuses convened for USF Day at the Capitol. The early morning trek for students began at 5 a.m. as they boarded buses for a four-hour ride that placed them directly in sight of lawmakers and state government movers and shakers. 

“Seeing how government works on a larger scale as it relates to our state has been extremely insightful and I’m very grateful for this experience,” said Myriam Marc, a senior biomedical sciences major from St. Petersburg.

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USF students had the opportunity to hear from several lawmakers

"As a proud alumnus of the University of South Florida, there are no words to express the sense of pride I have for my alma mater when I see how many students, faculty and staff make the trip and show their bull spirit for USF Day at the Capitol,” said Sen. Danny Burgess, who graduated from USF in 2008.

The annual gathering in the state capitol is organized by USF Student Government and coincides with the current legislative session, which concludes March 8. The visit allows Bulls to rally support for university priorities while lawmakers provide a glimpse into the democratic process. 

Following its invitation to join the Association of American Universities last year – one of two institutions from the State University System of Florida to serve as an AAU member – USF seeks to build on its position as a leading research university that provides extraordinary benefits to the Tampa Bay region, the state and beyond. 

With a total $6 billion economic impact, state support shows big returns that translate into USF becoming a top university for generating new U.S patents while meeting workforce needs and driving economic development. The university received its largest operational budget increase in its history last year – $63.3 million – with a large portion coming from the state’s Preeminent State Research Universities Program, a designation that rewards high-achieving universities based on 12 metrics, such as graduation and retention rates and research expenditures.

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(L-R)  USF St. Petersburg Regional Chancellor Christian Hardigree, alumna Rep. Lindsay Cross and USF President Rhea Law

“The support the University of South Florida continues to receive from the Florida Legislature allows us to maximize the benefits of our position as a new member of the Association of American Universities and advance toward our goal of becoming a top 25 public university,” said USF President Rhea Law. “We are proud to have so many students representing our university at this year’s USF Day at the Capitol, and we are grateful to our state leaders for recognizing our institution’s impact on the Tampa Bay region and the state of Florida.

Law was joined on the visit by USF St. Petersburg Regional Chancellor Christian Hardigree, Dr. Charly Lockwood, executive vice president of USF Health and dean of the Morsani College of Medicine, and Mike Griffin, a USF alumnus and vice chair of the USF Board of Trustees. He helped organize the first USF Day at the Capitol when he served as student body president more than 20 years ago.

“Our elected officials have been very supportive of USF, and this is an opportunity for them to hear from our students about how valuable that support is in helping them earn a degree with the skills necessary to fill critical workforce needs in our region and our state,” Griffin said. “The experience at USF Day at the Capitol also allows students to gain a much deeper understanding of how state government operates, which will make them even stronger advocates for USF in the future.”

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Taking advantage of the opportunity to engage in Tallahassee were Student Government leaders and students of all majors seeking to better understand policymaking and tour the historic buildings where state business is conducted. 

Among the day’s activities was an advocacy and leadership panel that included Rep. Lindsay Cross, who represents Pinellas County, and Andres Montero, a USF alum who now is the legislative aide to House Speaker-designate Danny Perez. The panel was followed by a tour of the Supreme Court and meeting a justice. The group then visited the House and Senate chambers, concluding with a reception hosted by the USF Alumni Association. 

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  • Find adventure at every turn
  • Take pride in covering Moscow in record time
  • Enjoy the icons in style
  • Explore off the beaten path routes of Moscow
  • Expert commentary as you travel around the city
  • Test your nerve, driving on crazy Russian roads
  • Get an Endorphin Rush
  • Savour delicacies from different regions of Russia in a traditional restaurant

Only in Moscow for a short time and want to get the most out of the city and have fun? Then a 3-hour bike tour in Moscow is what you need! You won’t hear much about Russian history or become an expert on Russian art, but you will experience all the rest of Russian culture! This tour gives you a unique perspective of a little bit of everything in 3 or 5 hours: must-see tourist sights, local hangouts, Russian food, a glimpse of the modern Moscow life, amazing photo opportunities, a bit of Russian history, and a lot of fun!

This is a great opportunity to cut the usual all day tour down to only 3 or 5 hours and get the most out of the city while having fun and being fit in the greatest locations around Moscow!

A bike trip is sure to capture your heart. It enables you to see the heart of Moscow within the Boulevard Ring and to explore some non-touristic areas of the city, to get an image of the city centre and to work out at the same time.

Our tours differ and depend on whether you are interested in city scenery or nature-like landscape. A variety of places in Moscow are great for riding a bike: these are large parks, yards with old mansions, and historical streets in the centre.

Let’s see what’s waiting for you!

Here are 4 suggested itineraries for a 3-hour tour:.

Moscow Bike Route #1

St. Basil's Cathedral, GUM, Kazan Cathedral, State Historical Museum and Lenin's Mausoleum

Revolution Square and Theatrical Square

Bolshoy Theatre, Metropol Hotel, Chinese Wall, State Duma of Moscow

Alexander Garden

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, fountains, the Grotto, Central Exhibition center, Kutafya tower, Kremlin wall and towers

Historic City Center

Tverskaya street with its beautiful historical architecture, China town (Kitai-gorod), an old historical area of Moscow

Beautiful  City bridge  leading to  Gorky Park  with scenic views of  Christ the Savior  cathedral and the Moscow River. Explore all the beauties riding a bike along the riverside pathways.

Sculpture Park

Peaceful  Crimean embankment  is one of the quietest area of Moscow city with painters' works at the  Vernisage , close proximity to new  Tretyakov Gallery  and good views of  Christ the Savior Cathedral ,  Peter the Great  monument and the Crimean bridge.

Delicious lunch at a café/restaurant

Arbat street + Stalin Skyscraper

The  Arbat  has existed since at least the 15th century and is proud of being the oldest surviving street of the Russian capital. Nowadays, it is now an entertainment and event mecca for Muscovites and tourists alike.

Victory park

Get thrilled with 142 metres  Obelisk  and  Victory Park museum , which is an open-air museum dedicated to the Russian victory of 1945, built in 1995 to celebrate 50 years of victory

Moscow Bike Route #2

Pyatnitskaya street - the Tretyakov Gallery - Luzhkov Bridge - the Cathedral of Christ the Savior - the Gogolevsky Boulevard - the Nikitsky Boulevard - the Tverskoy boulevard - Teatralnaya street - the Bolshoi Theatre – the Kitai - Gorod - Red Square and GUM store - the Bolshoi Moskvoretsky Bridge

This route is the best one if you want to see the heart of Moscow. It goes right through the major places of interest and touches upon the most exciting and vibrant areas of Moscow such as part of the Boulevard Ring, which is absolutely loved by everyone.

Cozy streets of Zamoskvorechye will never leave you indifferent. This district has a long and vivid history and is full of old baroque houses along with Stalinist buildings. It includes three theatres, three museums and sixteen churches.

Back in the 18 th century Zamoskvorechye was known as a quiet, country-like land of single-storey houses and conservative businessmen. It remained country-like and is much more filled with business than before, as this area is just right in the city centre.

You’ll learn:

  • what was previously on the site of the Novokuznetskaya metro-station;
  • names of four abandoned metro stations and how to find these stations;
  • what is the oldest bridge among all the bridges in Moscow;
  • how old was Pavel Tretyakov when he decided to collect paintings, that are now exhibited in the Tretyakov gallery;
  • what does the real form of the Boulevard Ring in Moscow look like;
  • what tricks did the Russian government used to save the houses and buildings from bombing during the World War II;
  • what unofficial name the Bolshoi Moskvoretsky bridge has

Moscow Bike Route #3

View over the Kremlin - The Luzhkov Bridge –  The Strelka Institute –  The Muzeon Park –  The Gorky Park –  Neskuchny Garden –  Sparrow Hills –  The Luzhniki Stadium -  Novodevichy Convent – The Arbat Street – The Gogolevsky boulevard - The Cathedral of Christ the Savior –  The Bolotnaya Square

This route includes the most popular city-sights and goes along the Moskva-River. It starts with an observation point, from which you may enjoy the view over the Kremlin, and covers all the most beautiful green areas of Moscow. Historical sites are included into the route so you can feel the historical vibes of ancient Moscow.

  • where is hidden an island Moscow;
  • where in Moscow you can get printed music of the most sweet masterpieces like “Chocolate waltz” and “Cake-gallop” along with a box of chocolates of the 18 th century;
  • why the Luzhkov bridge is also called “the bridge of kisses”;
  • the place where the famous Olympic symbol – the Olympic Bear of the Olympics-1980 was flown from;
  • the stage where Rolling Stones and Madonna performed when they came to Moscow;
  • why the Krymsky bridge was Stalin’s favourite bridge and what musical instrument it represents;
  • where living statues in Moscow could be found in 1740s;
  • myths and legends about inhabitants of the main building of Moscow State University;
  • story about why Sparrow Hills were called that way;
  • how Napoleon was cheated when he was going to burn down the Novodevichy convent;
  • what was supposed to be on the site where the Cathedral of Christ the Savior is now;
  • why Moscow was nearly burnt down in the 15 th century and which role the Arbat street played in it.

Moscow Bike Route #4

Starting with wide area of the VDNKh, you are to learn interesting and fun facts about this spectacular part of Moscow.

  • where is a hidden the secret bunker under Moscow (and no, it’s not a famous Bunker 42 everybody knows about;
  • why the number of golden statues at the fountain is more than the number of Soviet republics, although it is said to correspond them;
  • why one of the Stalin statues was called “matryoshka” (Russian doll);
  • what was Picasso’s favourite statue at the exhibition in Paris in 1937.

You’ll see:

  • the world’s first light-music fountain that was built in 1950-1954;
  • pavilions that symbolize Soviet republics;
  • the Botanic garden which is twice as big as the Principality of Monaco;
  • the largest green-house in Europe (for the opening day in 1945);
  • English garden at the Ostankino mansion;
  • Ostankino Tower, one of the tallest structures in Europe;
  • the most beautiful flowers in hidden places of the parks.

Biking through VDNKh, Botanic garden and the territory of the Ostankino park will definitely be appreciated by nature-lovers and all those who are keen on speed, who knows no limits and want to explore off the beaten path of Moscow.

We can customize your bike adventure to meet your individual interests.

Our bicycle tour in Moscow gives you a chance to have a s pectacular ride  with  wonderful photo opportunities  and an  unforgettable cultural experience!

What you get:

  • + A friend in Moscow
  • + Private & customized tour
  • + An exciting tour, not just boring history lessons
  • + An authentic experience of local life
  • + Flexibility during the tour: changes can be made at any time to suit individual preferences
  • + Amazing deals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the very best cafes & restaurants. Discounts on weekdays (Mon-Fri)
  • + A photo session amongst spectacular Moscow scenery that can be treasured for a lifetime
  • + Good value for souvenirs, taxis, and hotels
  • + Expert advice on what to do, where to go, and how to make the most of your time in Moscow

*This tour can be modified to meet your preferences

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