Now the Aurora is a branch of the Central Naval Museum at the Petrograd embankment on the Neva. The exposition of the museum ship is located throughout six rooms. There are about 300 museum objects including model ships, paintings, objects of seamanship and life at sea, documents and photographs.
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Open 11:00 - 18:00. Closed Mon, Tue.
Price/Additional InfoAdmission 400 - 700Rbl.
Get the most out of your trip to St. Petersburg with the St.Petersburg Card. This convenient sightseeing card gives you access to a hop-on hop-off bus trip around the city and a free river cruise, free entry to more than 60 museums around the city and a
Aleksandrovsky park 7 (entrance from Kronverkskaya nab.)
If weapons are your thing, then you'll enjoy having a look around this stockpile of old Russian and foreign military vehicles, different pieces of artillery, as well as artillery armaments and ammunition, rifles, military-engineering equipment, banners,
Submarine D-2 "Narodovolets"
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Put into service in 1931, the Narodovolets is one of the first submarines to be built by the Soviet Union and as you will see from the many photos in the adjoining museum, this little sub took part in the defence of Leningrad and saw many lives lost due