Print Museum

  Nab. reky Moiky 32 ,   City Centre-1          (+7) 812 571 02 70     more than a year ago
With a two-room study and the same sized living room, this small museum, created in 1984, displays the living conditions of the building’s earliest inhabitants. One of whom was Vladimir Lenin himself; he used the first room as his study for a three-month period in 1917. Built in 1905, this structure was the publishing house of the “Village Herald”, among other things, starting from 1910. Various items of interest include a neat compact piano, a mechanical singing bird and a doll-house like staging of the historic building. A separate room is devoted to presenting the history of the printing process in St. Petersburg in the late 19th and early 20th century, with interesting, old printing presses, and photographs from that time. Limited English. Press 4B and wait for response to enter this part of the museum.


City card


Nevsky pr.



Open 11:00 - 18:00, Tue 11:00 - 17:00. Closed Wed.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 100 - 150Rbl. Excursion 300 - 500Rbl.


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