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The Fabergé Museum houses the largest collection of works by Carl Fabergé, the world-famous jeweler to the Tsars. The collection was painstakingly brought together by Viktor Vekselberg, who purchased a number of important pieces after they were scattered as a result of the Bolshevik Revolution. As a result, visitors can see nine of the legendary Imperial Easter Eggs alongside decorative works from masters of late 19th and early 20th centuries. The collection is housed inside the Shuvalov Palace, once a luxurious home of Russian nobility, a fitting location for the exquisite pieces on display.
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Saint Petersburg: Private Half-Day Tour with Faberge Museum

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Explore the most notable places in Saint Petersburg with a private local guide for 4 hours. Get a rare glimpse into the history of Saint Petersburg from its founding all the way to modern times.
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St. Petersburg: Faberge Museum Private Tour & Ticket

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Visit the Faberge Museum, and discover the treasures of the imperial family created by the famous jeweler Carl Fabergé. This museum is a must to visit in Saint Petersburg because of the diversity of its collections.
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St Petersburg Shore Excursion: Visa-Free 2-Day Tour including the Faberge Museum

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This small-group, visa-free tour of St Petersburg will cover all major sights including the newly opened, unique Faberge Museum.
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2-Day Group Shore Excursion in St Petersburg with Faberge Museum & Boat Cruise

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Get a comprehensive overview of St. Petersburg on this 2-day visa-free small-group tour. See famous landmarks such as Peterhof, Catherine’s Palace, the Hermitage Museum, the Church on the Spilled Blood, St Isaac's Cathedral, and much more. Enjoy skip-the-line admission to many popular attractions, a 3-course Russian lunch on each day, a sightseeing boat cruise along the canals and the Neva River, and a guided tour of the famous Faberge Museum with the largest collection of Faberge eggs.
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Shore Excursion: 2-Day St. Petersburg City Explorer including Faberge Museum Visit

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This two-day group excursion is a great way to see the most well-known sights of St. Petersburg along with the Faberge museum, which has become one of the new gems in the city. Apart from this museum, you'll visit two royal residences, including the Catherine Palace in Pushkin, and Peterhof with Fountain park. Also, see the inside of the Church on the Spilled Blood and St. Isaac's Cathedral. One of the major attractions you pay a visit to is certainly the Hermitage, the largest museum in the country. During this tour you will learn interesting facts about the present and past history of the city, hear the stories about the Romanov family and gain a deeper understanding of Russian culture, traditions and everyday life. Our guides will make the history of the city come alive and our professional team will do everything to make your time in this beautiful city very special.
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St Petersburg 2-day Shore Excursion Incl. Faberge Museum

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This small-group, visa-free shore tour of St Petersburg will cover all major sights including the newly opened, unique Faberge Museum.
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St. Petersburg: Legendary Faberge Museum w/ Private Guide

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Check out the world’s largest collection of works by famous jeweler Faberge in one of the most beautiful palaces of St. Petersburg on private tour with friendly local guide.
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One-day Private Shore Excursion with Faberge Museum

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Take this private visa-free shore excursion to see the most important sights of St Petersburg just in one day. Enjoy panoramic views during an introductory city tour on a private a/c car or minivan with multiple stops to take pictures. Experience the Venice of the North during a canal cruise and discover the treasures of the Hermitage Museum during a brief 2,5-hour tour. Marvel a visit to the Church on the Spilled Blood in picturesque Russian style. The gem of the tour is visiting the Faberge Museum and seeing the unique collection of Faberge Eggs.
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General Information

Opening hours

The museum is open daily from 10 am to 9 pm, with guided tours available until 6 pm.

Tickets

Basic entry tickets cost RUB450, with a reduced price of RUB200 available for Russian pensioners, students, and schoolchildren. Tickets including a guided tour cost RUB700, with a reduced price of RUB450. An audio guide is available in Russian and English, it costs RUB250 with an additional refundable deposit of RUB1000. Children under the age of 7, Russian veterans, disabled visitors, and an escort accompanying wheelchair users can enter free of charge.

Address

Fabergé Museum
Shuvalov Palace
21 Fontanka River Embankment
St. Petersburg

How to get there

The Fabergé Museum is inside the Shuvalov Palace, which can be reached by public transport. From Gostiny Dvor metro station (served by lines 2 and 3 of the St. Petersburg metro), you need to walk for about 10 minutes along Nevsky Prospekt before turning left and walking another 100 yards to the palace. From Mayakovskaya or Ploshchad Vosstaniya metro stations (served by lines 1 and 3), you need to walk for 15 minutes along Nevsky Prospekt before turning right, or you can take buses 7, 24, 27, or trolleybus 10 one stop.
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