Stroganov Palace

  Nevsky pr. 17 ,   City Centre-1          (+7) 812 595 42 48     more than a year ago
In the west, the fame of the Stroganov family largely revolves around their christening of a dish comprised of cream and brandy. They were, however, at one point one of the most influential families of Petersburg, residing in their beautiful home, located on the intersection between Nevsky Prospect and the Moika. The house, or rather palace, was constructed in the mid-18th century by court architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli, who designed a large number of the city’s facades from this time.
After the revolution, the palace served for the majority of the Soviet period as the Institute of Plant Growing, with a brief foray into Shipbuilding during the Second World War.
For the past dozen years the Stroganov Palace has served the purpose of exhibiting magnificent palace interiors with the Grand Dining Room, Mineral Study and Art Gallery among them. Here you can also visit a weekly concert.



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Open 10:00 - 18:00, Thu 13:00 - 21:00. Closed Tue.
The museum is Closed on December 31 and January 1.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 250 - 500Rbl. Ticket to two branches of the museum 350 - 750Rbl. All-in ticket to Mikhailovsky Palace, Marble Palace, Stroganov Palace, Mikhailovsky Castle within 3 days 500 - 1,000Rbl.

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