St.Petersburg

Museum of the Imperial Porcelain Factory

Since 2001 the Museum of Imperial Porcelain Factory has been run by the Hermitage’s management and today it boasts a stellar display of more than 30,000 various designs the factory has produced since its founding in 1844 by Tsar Nicholas I and will appeal to anyone interested in this very Russian handicraft. From bespoke dinner services used by the tsars to unique constructivist tea sets created in the 1920’s, here you’ll find everything that the factory has produced for Russia’s various political elites. Make big savings at the discounted porcelain shop instead of buying the same gifts for friends and family at the factory's city center outlets.
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Air-conditioning
Facilities for disabled
Wi-fi

Metro

Lomonosovskaya

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Open

Open 10:30 - 18:00, Wed, Fri 10:30 - 21:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 300 Rbl. 700Rbl — price for all-in ticket for visiting the Main Museum Complex, The General Staff Building, Winter Palace of Peter the Great, Menshikov Palace, The Museum of the Imperial Porcelain Factory. Entry ticket allows single visit to the Main Museum Complex and the branches during the day of its purchase. Please keep your tickets with you until the end of your visit.

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