If you love museums, you’re in luck! The Grand Palace houses the Special Treasury, which features an exhibition of religious artifacts, jewelry, and clothing from Romanov Tsars and their families. The Grand Palace also houses the Museum of the Fountain Craft in its eastern gallery, which will teach you all about the design, construction, and maintenance of the garden’s impressive water features. Visitors will also learn all about the process of restoring the fountains after the damage inflicted by the Second World War. In the Lower Park, you can find the Royal Church Museum, where you can visit the imperial court’s personal church, built on the orders of Empress Elizabeth and still stunningly beautiful. It also houses an exhibit on the history of the Palace Church and its place in the daily life of the Imperial family. The Imperial Yachts Museum can be found next to the Peterhof pier and documents the history of the Imperial yachts from the time of Peter the Great to their post-revolutionary fate. Many were used as targets for testing missiles, but miniature replicas and photographs can still be seen at the museum. The most recent addition to the Peterhof State Museum’s collection of exhibitions is the House of Playing Cards, which focuses on the history and design of playing cards and their role in society. The exhibition is an exciting collection of digital installations, videos, interactive multimedia exhibits, and “live” exhibits featuring actors, plus 10,000 items including some extremely rare examples of playing cards. It’s definitely worth a visit!