Visit the last home of Russia's greatest poet, Alexander Pushkin and discover the affluent manner in which he lived from 1836 until his death in 1837. You will find eleven elegant rooms and a comfortable, functioning study which contains a replica of his impressive library of over 4500 books in fourteen languages. The poet's home reflects the time in which he lived - a very interesting period in Russian history. Located in one of the most picturesque parts of the city, in a place where two canals come together and join the Neva River, this museum it is well worth a visit.
Acknowledged in 1992 by the President of the Russian Federation as one of Russia's most precious objects of cultural heritage,
The State Russian Museum is home to the largest collection of Russian fine art in the world. Founded in ...
Situated on the corner of the Fontanka Canal and Nevskii Prospekt, the palace passed through a series of Imperial hands
before Alexander II presented it to his son Alexander III on his wedding day. In 1936, absolutely everything here ...
The St. Petersburg Doll Museum on Vassilievsky Island, alongside the Smolenka river, is a cozy museum that holds a permanent
as well as temporary exhibitions of dolls, puppets and children's toys. There is a small workshop where you can ...