The museum does not allow single visitors, so you will need to wait for one of the tours. These are conducted every fifteen minutes, so waiting isn’t really an issue. We must warn you that the Krassin is not as adapted to tourists as some other museums in St. Petersburg: everyday tours are only given in Russian, and information in English is, for now, scarce. Certainly, just being on board is an unforgettable experience in itself. But you also can book an excursion in advance in English, German, Spanish or Italian. Via phone (+7) 812 325 35 47.
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City centre location
Open 11:00 - 18:00. Closed Mon, Tue and last Wed of the month.
Price/Additional InfoAdmission 700Rbl. Excursion should be booked in advance.
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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