Alliluev Apartment Museum

  10-ya Sovetskaya ul. 17, flat 20 ,   City Centre-2          (+7) 812 271 25 79     more than a year ago
Often referred to as "Lenin’s secret flat" this museum was established by the Communists in 1938. Lenin actually only lived here for 3 days in July 1917 while he and the other Bolsheviks thought of a better place to hide. It’s a plain and cold place sparsely furnished with paintings of Lenin in heroic poses and his voice (coming from an old gramophone) swirls around the rooms. It’s actually more famous for being the home of Stalin’s wife Nadezhda Allilueva and thus has a very eerie atmosphere.The apartment has remarkably preserved various original artefacts and the atmosphere of pre-revolutionary St. Petersburg.


City card


Pl. Vosstaniya


Open 10:00 - 18:00, Wed 13:00 - 21:00. Closed Mon, Tue.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 50 - 100Rbl. Excursion 50Rbl.


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