The film tells about the history of the Strukovsky Garden, which was organized in Samara in the 19th century by retired general Georgy Nikolaevich Strukov and which in Soviet times became known as the park named after I. M. Gorky. Volga river. River transport movement. View of Samara from the river. Residents of Samara on the streets of the city, the embankment. Transport movement. Panorama from residential buildings to the city park im. M. Gorky - Strukovsky Garden. The central entrance to the park. Lanterns in the park, alleys, the wooden building of the concert hall, containers with garbage near the fence. General view of one of the grottoes in the park, which was built by captured Turks after the Russian-Turkish war. The audience is resting in the park. Pupils of the kindergarten walk with the teacher in the park. The car drives along the park path covered with leaves. Winter views of the park: benches in the snow, a grotto, a woman walking with a child, a group of people going down the stairs in the park, winter alleys. General view of a gramophone and a spinning record (the song "Old Park" performed by Klavdiya Shulzhenko sounds off-screen). The film uses photographs of pre-revolutionary Samara.