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Open 10:30 - 18:00, Wed, Fri 10:30 - 21:00. Closed Mon.
Price/Additional InfoAdmission 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.
The director of the Hermitage once said, “I can't say that the Hermitage is the number one museum in the world, but it's certainly not number two.” With over three million works of art and treasures housed in six connected buildings along the Neva, the m
The Menshikov Palace on Vasilyevsky Island was one of the very first buildings in St. Petersburg. The palace was founded in 1710 as a residence of St. Petersburg Governor General Alexander Menshikov. Many western European architects and craftsmen were in
Exhibition complex of the State Hermitage. The Winter Palace of Peter the Great is a unique architectural monument of the first quarter of the 18th century. The official residence of Peter I was located on the territory now occupied b
Ul. Maroseika 4/2 bldg. 1
The famous brand shop with wide variety of unique tableware, souvenirs, gifts and more. Famous factory, named after the father of Russian porcelain, Mikhail Lomonosov, was established in 1744. It was originally an imperial plant and it produced the table
Imperial Porcelain Manufactory
Nevsky pr. 60
One of the oldest European works, the Imperial Porcelain Manufactory established in 1744 by Empress Elizabeth, daughter of Peter I. It was originally an imperial plant and it produced the table-ware of the tsars. Today artistic value remains unrival
Staraya Derevnya Restoration and Storage Centre
Zausadebnaya ul. 37a
The modern Restoration and Storage Centre of the State Hermitage Museum is situated in the Staraya Derevnya area. This museum complex offers the unique opportunity to visit the museum’s storage vaults and see paintings and sculptures from the museum coll