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Russian Museum

The State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg is the home of the largest collection of Russian art in the world! Founded by Tsar Alexander III in 1895, the museum gathers together paintings, sculptures, and traditional art forms in over 30 hectares of exhibition space. Take a guided tour to discover the highlights of this unique collection, and compare prices and book online to save time and money on the day.
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St Petersburg: State Russian Museum Skip-the-Line Tour

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Embark on a classic art tour covering all Russian historical periods. See "The Black Square" by Kazimir Malevich, "Peredvizhniki" collection and the "The Ninth Wave" by Ivan Aivazovsky.
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St Petersburg: Private 2-Hour State Russian Museum Tour

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Discover the largest collection of Russian artwork in the world on this private walking tour through St. Petersburg's remarkable Russian Museum. Admire the museum's nearly 400,000 works of art, ranging from ancient artefacts to avant-garde masterpieces.
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PRIVATE walking Tour to the Russian Museum and Church on Spilled Blood

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Russian art and architecture are St Petersburg’s biggest draws, and on this 3-hour walking tour you’ll see two of its finest examples. Gaze in awe at the attention-grabbing architecture of the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, and then head inside to marvel at its equally opulent interior. The second part of your tour includes a visit to St Petersburg’s Russian Museum, a cultural gem with more than 400,000 pieces of artwork from different genres dating back to the 10th century.Numbers are limited to six on this small-group art tour, ensuring you’ll enjoy personalized attention from your guide.
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St.Petersburg: Skip-the-line Russian Museum Tour

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This marvelous Russian-style church was built on the spot where Emperor Alexander II was assassinated. It claims to have more mosaics than any other church in the world. The tour continues in the Russian Museum - the world's largest museum of Russian art.
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General Information

Opening Hours

The State Russian Museum is generally open from 10 am until 6 pm, but closes at 8 pm on Mondays and at 9 pm on Thursdays. The museum is closed on Tuesdays. St. Michael’s Castle, the Marble Palace, the Stroganov Palace, and the Cabin of Peter the Great are only open until 6 pm on Mondays, despite the rest of the museum closing at 8 pm. The Summer Garden and the Mikhailovsky Garden are open from May 1 to September 30 between 10 am and 10 pm, and from October 1 to March 31 they are open from 10 am to 8 pm. The final entry to all areas of the museum is half an hour before closing time.

Address

State Russian Museum
Inzhenernaya Street 4
190000 St. Petersburg
Russia

Tickets

Tickets for the main buildings of the State Russian Museum cost RUB500 or RUB250 for students. Tickets for each of St. Michael’s Castle, the Marble Palace, and the Stroganov Palace cost RUB500 or RUB250 for students. Entry to the Cabin of Peter the Great costs RUB300 or RUB150 for students. Combined tickets for two different parts of the museum cost RUB750 or RUB350 for students. Tickets for the interactive exhibition in the Multimedia Center cost RUB500. Schoolchildren can enter the museums free of charge.

How to get there

The State Russian Museum can be reached via public transport by taking the St. Petersburg metro to Gostiny Dvor or to Newski-Prospekt, both of which are served by lines 2 and 3.
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