Hermitage-Vyborg Center

  Ul. Ladanova 1      (+7) 81378 2 72 82     more than a year ago
There’s also something here for the art fans. The Hermitage-Vyborg Center is an outpost of the St. Petersburg State Hermitage Museum, that owns a sizeable collection of Finnish, Russian and European art. The Hermitage-Vyborg is just one of the city’s several modernist buildings built by Finnish architect and Vyborg native Uno Ullberg in the 1920’s and 1930’s. Others include the Tuberculosis Hospital and the Avangard Stadium. Before leaving make a pit-stop at the viewing platform on the Panzerlax Bastion where the museum is located. Another architectural marvel of Vyborg is the the Alvar Aalto Library. Built by the acclaimed Finnish architect, the library is a preeminent example of 1930s functionalist design and has reopened not long ago after quite a bit of restoration work. The city also boasts a few churches and cathedrals.


Open 10:00 - 18:00

Price/Additional Info

Admission 80 - 500Rbl.


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