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Fabergé Museum

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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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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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