Our tickets allow you to visit the museum without enduring great queues at the entrance and be guided around by an authorized guide.
A classical excursion program includes a city tour with visit to one museum. The priced presented below include car rent and a licensed guide’s fee. Costs for museum visits are presented on separate slides.
Standard program of a city tour + museum lasts for approximately 4 hours. In case you want to intermit for a lunch in an atmospheric restaurant in the heart of Saint-Petersburg and vitalize yourself by masterpieces of original Russian cuisine, just inform us and we will propose the best alternative meeting you budget.
In case your preferable dates of visit coincide with official days off of the museum you chose, we are glad to propose a worthy alternative.
Faberge Museum in Saint Petersburg is located in the Shuvalov Palace, one of the most renowned aristocracy palaces of the Imperial capital. This is the private museum, established by the foundation “Link of Times”, owned by one of the wealthiest Russian businessmen Mr. Vekselberg.
Story of this collection is captivating. The Bolsheviks sold jewels of the Russian Tsars to the USA. One of the top world collections of the Russian jewelry, including the Faberge Easter eggs, was amassed by the Forbes family. In 2004 “Link of Times” foundation purchased the entire Forbes collection and brought it back to Russia. Ten years after the Faberge museum opened in St Petersburg.
English-language guided tour of the Faberge museum is focused on the world-famous Easter eggs by Karl Faberge, the jeweler who worked for the Romanovs. The egg in Russian Orthodoxy is symbolizing Resurrection and new life. Karl Faberge Company was the Supplier of His Majesty Court, and was famous all over Europe.
The magnificent eggs, made exclusively for the Russian Empresses, are on display in the central Blue Drawing Room of the palace. Apart from the eggs, you will see plenty of different jewelry masterpieces: icons, silverware, enameled goblets, diplomatic gifts, lapidary works by the Russian masters. Altogether there are 11 halls open for the visitors. Entrance ticket covers the entire collection displayed.
St. Petersburg, Russia
This extraordinary museum displays works of contemporary art by well-known and aspiring artists, photographers and sculptors.
The luxurious residence of Prince Alexander Menshikov - the rmain companion of Peter the Great. The Palace interiors convey detailedly the court luxury of the 18th century.
St. Petersburg, Russia
The fortress which is the birthplace of St Petersburg is also home to the family vault of the Romanovs, the Russian Imperial family – Peter and Paul Cathedral.