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Most Popular Restaurants in St. Petersburg

Profsoyuznaya, 23/12

Inside – the world of carpets, sofas, curtains and lamp shades. You can start with boston and pickled oyster mushrooms; continue with Sogdan salad (duck with apples and celery). At first – a fragrant soup made from veal or mutton. On the second – homemade (meat stewed in a pot with vegetables). And at the end to order a whole samovar with dryers. There is also a children’s menu, in which the dumplings are touchingly called kapatoshki. Sharia rules prohibit trade in alcohol, but there is a small wine and cocktail card here – apparently, because halal is now something of a guarantor of quality that is interesting not only to Muslims. Even in the “Rubai” you can buy semi-finished products of kebabs, ravioli, manti, horse sausage set for pilaf. The pastry chefs bake a Napoleon cake, a carrot cake, a chak-chak, and a meat pie, zur-belesh, as well as crumbling with kystybyami.


prosp. Fatykh Amirkhan, 1b, RK “Riviera”, 4th floor

Located on the fourth floor of the Riviera entertainment complex, the restaurant boasts one of the most impressive views of the historical part of Kazan. In addition to the main round hall, there is a booth area and a terrace. In the center there is a rotating platform on which tables can stand or a group can play. Most of the menu is devoted to Tatar cuisine: dried horse meat is adjacent to the usual tokmach and kystybye. Cooked in Panorama slowly: if you have a little time, take something from snacks like beef carpaccio with arugula and cheese. For those who are not in a hurry, it makes sense to wait and try the time-tested solyanka with beef, kazylyk, smoked duck, veal and Moscow sausage. For tea in the “Panorama”, among other things, serves chak-chak.


House of Tatar cooking

Bauman, 31/12

Yunus Akhmetzyanov, the author of many books on Tatar cooking, worked as a chef (his museum is located on the ground floor) until 1984. At the very beginning of his career, he himself collected recipes, invited housewives to the restaurant – that is, in fact, he canonized modern national cuisine. And now almost all the dishes in the restaurant’s menu are from Akhmetzyanov’s collections. Here you can try such things as, for example, kalju (a roll of several types of meat), or horse meat sausage kazylyk, or exotic taste tutyrmu (sausages from giblets in broth), or beef tails that are incredible even for Tatars. Absolute hits – kulam, soup with meat and noodles, dumplings with mushrooms in a pot, lamb manti. And also, of course, baking – peremyachi, echpochmaki – and desserts: chak-chak.

Tugan avylimy

Tufan Minnullina, 14

Avuly Tugan is an entertainment complex where, in addition to the restaurant of the same name, there is also the Kamyr Batyr cafe (children’s birthdays are usually held here), the Alan Ash bistro (a convenient option for meals), a pancake house, and open air. In a complex stylized as a wooden fortress, children ride amusement rides, master a rope park, and in the winter rush off the ice slide. Adult bowling, billiards and sauna. In the menu, among other things, you can find Tatarstan salad with veal, avocado, tomatoes and apples, Khan feast, Khan fish soup with salmon, tiger shrimps and red caviar and lamb ribs with eggplants. A separate heading is dishes from a wood-burning stove like lamb beshbarmak with homemade noodles or kystyby with potatoes (one of the simplest, at first glance, not everyone can cook dishes in such a way that the dough turns out to be soft and mashed the salt in moderation; here with this order).



January 1 New Year’s Day


January 7 Christmas


January 25 Day of Russian Students


January 27 Day of complete liberation of Leningrad from Nazi blockade


February 10 Alexander Pushkin Memorial Day


February 23 Fatherland Defender’s Day


March 8 International Women’s Day


May 1 Spring and Labor Day


May 9 Victory Day of the Soviet People in the War of 1941-1945


May 18 International Day of museums


May 25 Last call Day in schools


May 27 City day – St. Petersburg founding Day


June 1 International children’s Day


June 12 Russia’s Day


The last decade of June Graduates’ Day of St. Petersburg schools “Red sails”


July 8 Family Day, love and fidelity


Last Sunday of July Navy Day


August 2 Airborne Troops Day


September 1 Day of Knowledge


September 8 Day of Remembrance of Victims of the Blockade


October 1 International Day of the Elderly


October 5 International Teacher’s Day


November 4 Day of National Unity


Last Sunday of November Mother’s Day


December 12 Day of the Constitution of the Russian Federation



There are daily performances by local independent groups in every possible musical genre – from funk and soul to rock and indie. The upper floor, built above the bomb shelter, features a restaurant.

Voronezhskaya ul., Building 2A – Metro Ligovsky Prospekt



This Club has been a major city landmark for nearly 10 years.  they celebrate New Year here every day of the year If you celebrate New Year at Purga and still have energy left, then pop in at the Purga-2 club – where they have a wedding every day instead. You can even take your turn at being the bride or groom. Purga-1, Purga-2: Fontanka, 11

JFC Jazz Club

A unique jazz night is waiting for you in JFC Jazz Club. The venue is one of the most popular ones among the lovers of jazz and is a perfect place to enjoy the music and start your night.JFC Jazz Club, Shpalernaya Street, 33, St Petersburg, Russia,


7Sky is a karaoke bar and club, where everyone can show off their vocal talents and choose the music genre they like.7Sky, Kovenskiy Street, 5, St Petersburg, Russia,



Lomonosov Bar

A fashionable place in the city center, Santa Barbara has several zones, including karaoke, deep terrace, and banquet hall. Santa Barbera, Kazanskaya Street, 7, St Petersburg, Russia,


Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood

Saint Petersburg, naberezhnaya kanala Griboedova, 2, lit. B

This Church was built on the site where Emperor Alexander II was severely wounded and died in March 1881. The church was built from 1883 till 1907. The construction was funded by the imperial family.

Architecturally, the Cathedral differs from St. Petersburg’s other structures. The Church contains over 7500 square meters of mosaics—more than any other church in the world. The walls and ceilings inside the Church are completely covered in intricately detailed mosaics — the main pictures being biblical scenes or figures — but with very fine patterned borders setting off each picture.

Opening hours

Wednesday                                                                                 The museum is closed

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday , Friday, Saturday, Sunday         10:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Evening admission                                                                          6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Ticket offices close 30 minutes earlier

Saint Isaac’s Cathedral

Saint Petersburg, Isaakiyevskaya ploshchad, 4

Saint Isaac’s Cathedral or Isaakievskiy Sobor in Saint Petersburg is the largest orthodox chuch and the fourth largest cathedral in the world. Climbing up the old winding staircase (562 steps) to the colonnade allows tourists to observe the amazing panorama of the city from the observation deck which is situated 43 meters high.

Opening hours

Wednesday                                                                                 The museum is closed

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday , Friday, Saturday, Sunday         10:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Evening admission                                                                          6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Ticket offices close 30 minutes earlier

Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan

Saint Petersburg, Nevsky Prospect, 25

The Kazan Cathedral is the main cathedral of the city to host the Orthodox bishop of St. Petersburg. It is dedicated to the Virgin of Kazan, the most venerated icon in Russia. The cathedral is the monument to glory of Russian arms. The famous Russian Field Marshal Mikhail Kutuzov, who won the most important campaign of 1812, was buried inside the Kazan Cathedral. Kazan Cathedral is remarkable for its plan. Half-round colonnade decorates the side façade of the cathedral, not the main one.

 Opening hours

Daily 6:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Saint Petersburg Mosque

St. Petersburg, Kronverskiy prospect, 7

The Great Mosque of St. Petersburg is the biggest Mosque in the European part of Russia. The building was constructed in 1909-1920 by the architect Nikolai Vasilyev, also involving the engineer S. Krichinsky and the architect A. von Gauguin. Its construction in 1913 was dedicated to the tercentenary of the Romanov house. However, it took another seven years to finish the work on the interior decoration of the temple. The St. Petersburg Mosque is one of the largest in Europe – it can accommodate up to 5,000 people. The walls were made with grey granite and the dome and both minarets (tower) are covered with mosaic ceramics of sky-light-blue colour.

Opening hours

Daily      10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Datsan Gunzechoinei

St. Petersburg, Primorskiy prospect, 91

The world’s northernmost Buddhist temple. “Gunzechoinei” in Tibetan means “The Source of the Holy Teaching of All-caring Lord-Hermit.” This Buddhist temple was built in St. Petersburg in 1909-1915. The construction was initiated by the Buryat Lama Lobsang Aghvan Dorzhiev, the envoy of  XIII Dalai Lama. Funds for the construction were partly donated by Dorzhiyev and XIII Dalai Lama, and partly gathered among the religious in Buryatia and Kalmykia. In the datsan one can consult an astrologer and a Tibetan physician – a specialist in traditional Tibetan medicine. In the basement of the temple there is a cafe where you can try the Buryat cuisine.

Opening hours

Daily       10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday  –  day off

Grand Choral Synagogue

St. Petersburg, Lermontovskiy prospect, 2

The centre of public and religious life of Jews in Saint Petersburg (around 100 thousand people), one of the city’s oldest communities. The Grand Choral Synagogue is an architectural monument of federal significance; it is designed in the eastern, Moresque style. The building project was developed by the architects L. Bachmann and I. Shaposhnikov, also involving V. Stasov and N. Benois. The construction was completed in 1893. The St. Petersburg Synagogue is the second largest in Europe and the largest in Russia. The complex of the Grand Choral Synagogue includes The Great Synagogue, The Small Synagogue, mikvah (the ritual baths building, essential in Judaism) and The Synagogue of the Georgian Jews. The unique acoustics of the Great Choral Synagogue is known worldwide. You can conduct an experiment: try standing facing the wall at one end of the hall, then ask your friends to stay at the opposite side and whisper something quietly. Despite the impressive distance (10 meters), you will hear all the words perfectly. What is surprising – the voice is magnified in the center of the hall.

Opening hours

Daily      10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Friday     10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Saturday  –   Day off

The Lutheran Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul

St. Petersburg, Nevsky Prospect, 22-24

Today it is one of the oldest and largest Lutheran churches in Russia. In 1938, after the nationalization, the church building was used as a warehouse for theatrical scenery, and as a swimming pool. In 1994 the church was returned to the believers.

Opening hours

Daily      9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Catholic Church of St. Catherine

St. Petersburg, Nevsky pr., 32-34

On December 12, 1705 Peter the Great signed a charter that would allow the construction of Catholic churches in Russia. The church itself (though not the building with which it is today associated) was founded in 1710. In 1738 Empress Anna granted permission for the church to erect a structure on Nevsky Prospekt, the main street of St. Petersburg. The project, however, met continued problems. The initial designs were based on work by Domenico Trezzini, the architect who designed the Peter and Paul Cathedral and was then deceased. His designs, however, were abandoned in 1751. In the 1760s, the French architect Jean-Baptiste Vallin de la Mothe drew designs for the church, but he returned to France in 1775 and it fell to the Italian architect Antonio Rinaldi to complete the church. On October 7, 1783, the church was completed. Because the Empress at the time was Catherine II of Russia (also known as Catherine the Great), the church was named after St. Catherine of Alexandria.

Opening hours

Daily      9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Sunday   9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral

St. Petersburg, Nikolskaya Square, 1/3

St. Nicholas Cathedral is one of the few churches in St. Petersburg that has never been closed, and from 1941 to 1999 it was a cathedral church.

Opening hours

Daily      7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Winter Palace

St. Petersburg, Dvortsovaya pl., 2

The Winter Palace is a former imperial palace, at present is a part of the Main Museum Complex of the Hermitage. The collection of the State Hermitage includes over 3 million works of art and world culture artefacts. It contains paintings, graphic works, sculptures, works of applied art, archaeological artefacts and numismatic objects.

Opening hours

Monday                                                                                        The museum is closed

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday                                        10:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday, Friday                                                                        10:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Ticket offices close 60 minutes earlier

The State Russian Museum

The State Russian Museum is the world’s largest collection of Russian art, housed in a unique architectural complex in the historical centre of St Petersburg. The museum collection contains over 400 000 exhibits covering all major periods and trends in the history of Russian art, all main types and genres, trends and schools of Russian art over more than a thousand year palace.

Opening hours

Tuesday                                                                          The museum is closed

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday         11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Thursday                                                                             1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Ticket offices close 30 minutes earlier

Cruiser “Aurora”

St. Petersburg, Petrogradskaya embankment

The ship is a 1900 Russian protected cruiser, currently preserved as a museum ship. It played an important role in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. The ship measures 126.8 meters (418 feet 5 inches) in length, 16.8 meters (55 feet 5 inches) in width and weighs a staggering 7,600 tons. Maintaining a speed of 20 knots (23.3 miles per hour) it can travel independently for up to 1,440 sea miles.

Opening hours

Monday, Tuesday                                                          The museum is closed

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday   , Sunday         11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Ticket offices closed 45 minutes earlier

Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art

Saint Petersburg, 29-ya linya V.O., 2, lit. А

Erarta is Russia’s largest private museum of contemporary art with over 2300 works by more than 270 artists from all regions of Russia in its collection displayed over 10,000 sqm. Unique multimedia projects and interactive installations make it a must-see for gaining insight into modern Russia.

Opening hours

It’s open every day except Tuesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m


Saint Petersburg, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 3

Located on the banks of the Neva in the center of St.Petersburg, the Kunstkamera has been the symbol of the Russian Academy of Sciences since the early 18th century. Founded after Peter the Great’s Decree, the Museum was opened to the public in 1714. Its purpose was to collect and examine natural and human curiosities and rarities. Today, collections of Peter the Great’s Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) are among the most complete and interesting in the world. These collections contain nearly one million artifacts and reflect the diversity of traditional cultures in the Old and New World.


Opening hours

Monday                                                                                                  The museum is closed

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday         11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Ticket offices closed 60 minutes earlier

Astronomical Observatory of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences

Pulkovo highway, 65

The Pulkovo Observatory was built by order of Emperor Nicholas I on the Pulkovo hills to the south of Saint Petersburg in 1839, and shortly after became a world-famous astronomical research centre. The main building of the observatory was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1990. The museum of the observatory contains a wealth of rare items outlining the astronomy development in Russia from the reign of Peter the Great to the present.

Opening hours


National Pushkin Museum

St. Petersburg, Moika river Embankment, 12

The Pushkin Apartment Museum, located in one of the oldest stone mansions in St. Petersburg at River Moika, 12. It is the Memorial Museum of the poet, telling about the last period of his life and creativity. That was Alexander Pushkin’s last apartment. There he died on January 29 1837 after he had been mortally wounded at the duel. The central part of exposition represents Pushkin’s study. The Captain’s Daughter novel and many other things were written here. 

Opening hours

Tuesday                                                                                                 The museum is closed

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday         10:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Ticket offices closed 60 minutes earlier

The Museum of Applied Arts of the St. Petersburg Academy of Art and Design

The Museum of Applied Arts of the St. Petersburg Academy of Art and Design is one of a number of interesting and distinctive phenomena in Russia. The building was designed by M.Messmacher and spanned for eleven years. Today the Museum collections number over 30.000 works of applied art from ancient times to present.

Operation mode: Tuesday-Saturday, from 11:00 to 17:00 (ticket office is open until 16:30)
Monday, Sunday – days off

The State Historical and Memorial Museum Smolny

The complex of the museum includes the historical rooms, where the main revolutionary events took place in 1917, among them the famouse assambly hall, where the victory of the October revolution was proclaimed in 1917; Lenin’s office and living rooms. The visitors can also see the exhibition of “Smolny institute for the girls of noble birth”: the atmosphere of the institute wwas restored in 1994, to the 230 annivessary of Smolny institute
Guided tours only by prior arrangement

The Russian Money museum

3 Peter and Paul Fortress
The Russia Money Museum Associated With The History Of Russia Museum Was Opened In The Summer of 2016  Here You Can Trace How  Various Russian Money  Looked Like .

Working hours

From May to September, the museum operates according to the summer schedule – daily, seven days a week, from 10.00 to 20.00.

From October to April, the Museum of the History of Money operates on a winter schedule – every day, except Thursday, from 10.00 to 20.00.

The ticket office closes half an hour before the museum closes at 19:30.

Kirov’s museum

The Museum is the monument of Russian Federation history and art. The five expositions on the two floors tell you about Leningrad history of 1920-30-s – the period of economical upturn and large-scale building of socialism. The interiors of the apartment № 20, where Sergey M. Kirov – the first secretary of Leningrad Regional Party Committee – lived, preserve its original appearance. There are clothes, in which Sergey Kirov was killed on the December, 1 in 1934, in his reconstituted study in Smolny. Playing the game “Take what you are given!”, you will know about the Leningrad provisioning and the card system in 1929-1935. The guests will make a journey to the world of pre-war childhood: to the “Children’s center”, the headquarters of the scout, pioneer’s room and the class of physics. Both children and their parents will be curious to see pre-war toys and school supplies, watch an episode from the first soviet movie and get a revolutionary name. You can make a virtual journey in time and space and know about the history of one of the main prospects in Saint-Petersburg in our multimedia box.
Address: 197101, St. Petersburg, Kamennoostrovsky Ave, d. №№ 26-28
Operation mode:
Daily from 11.00 to 18.00, cash desk – from 11.00 to 17.30
Closed on Wednesday

Central Museum of Communications named after A.S. Popova

Museum Hours

From 10-30 to 18-00.
Cashier is open until 17-00.
Days off: Monday
The A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications, established in 1872, is one of the oldest scientific museums in the world. The unique museum collection on communications development features exhibits on the history of mail, telegraph and telephone, radio communication and broadcasting, television, mobile, space and satellite communication. The museum funds feature an inestimable collection of Russian indicia, as well as an artnovations collection of contemporary artists and mail artists. During the museum working hours you can visit a public scientific library, a post office and an internet centre.
The palace, which houses the museum, was constructed by Giacomo Quarenghi for A. A. Bezborodko, the Chancellor of the Russian Empire. The building is a perfect sample of XVIII century architecture.
The building was reconstructed in 2001-2003, and now its interactive exhibits and up-to-date equipment excite visitors and provide an opportunity for corporate and international conferences, seminars and roundtable discussions both for museum studies and other science field
Address: 190000, Saint-Petersburg, Pochtamtskaya, 4

Multimedia Demonstration and Exhibition Complex «The Universe of Water»

The museum complex operating in the structure of Vodokanal of St. Petersburg includes: – the classic exhibition “The World of Water in St. Petersburg”, located in the building of the old water tower and dedicated to the history of water supply and sanitation in the world, in Russia and in St. Petersburg;
– multimedia exposition “Underground World of St. Petersburg”, located in the left extension of the water tower and showing the entire water path: from water intake through pipes to apartments and back to wastewater treatment plants.
– multimedia exposition “Universe of Water”, located in the premises of the former clean water reservoir, and revealing as fully as possible what is hidden behind the word “water”; showing water in all its manifestations – both constructive and destructive, with all its mysteries, secrets and legends.
All expositions are united by a single concept, a single theme – the strength, power and significance of the water element..
Opening hours:
Wednesday Friday
The multimedia complex is open from 10:00 to 19:00 (the ticket office is open until 18:30)
Saturday Sunday
The multimedia complex is open from 10:00 to 19:00 (the ticket office is open until 18:30)

Polar Museum

Wednesday – Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00 (ticket office is open until 17.30)
Address: 191040, Saint-Petersburg,

Museum started with The Polar movable exhibition in 1922. In 1930 Museum was founded a department of the All-Union Arctic Institute and it opened its doors for visitors in 1937. In 1958 – after joining Antarctic display, the Museum renamed to the Arctic and Antarctic Museum. Finally, in 1998 – by the Russian Government Decree Museum became The State Russian Arctic and Antarctic Museum.
“Arctic Environment” allows to get closer to the North Pole and introduces inhabitants of the sever polar regions.
“History of exploration of the Northern Sea Route” will tell you about fascinating and dramatic travels of Arctic explorers, introduce to the history of polar navigation from Pomor’s kotch till powerful nuclear icebreaker, informs about contemporary researches.
“Antarctica” makes possible to meet with penguins, to learn about history of our planet through studying of ice core taken from the deep Antarctic dome.
Museum offers the different Guided tours. It has public library and lecture hall
Stroganov Palace. 1753-1756, architect F.-B. Rastrelli. It belonged to the famous family of the first barons, later the graphs of the Stroganovs – collectors and patrons of art. One of the best examples of Russian baroque architecture. Famous architects A. Voronikhin, K. Rossi, P. Sadovnikov, G. Boss and others took part in the subsequent restructuring and interior design of the palace.
The pearl of the palace is the Grand Dance Hall – the only interior in St. Petersburg, in which the original decorative furniture F.-B. Rastrelli with a unique ceiling “The Triumph of the Hero” J. Valeriani. In 2005, after the restoration was completed, one of the most interesting interiors of the palace, the mineralogical study of Count A.S. Stroganov (1791-1792, architect A. Voronikhin).
In the exhibition halls of the first floor, temporary exhibitions of works from the collections of the Russian Museum and other large collections of works of art are held.
Address: 191186, Saint-Petersburg, 17, Nevskiy avenue
Opening hours of the Stroganov Palace
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00
Thursday – from 13:00 to 21:00
Tuesday – day off

Yusupov Palace on the Moika River

This Palace Ensemble, widely known in Europe and bearing the status of a “building of federal significance” in Russia, once belonged to a princely family. Later, it housed a Museum of the Nobility Lifestyle, Regional Teacher’s House and St. Petersburg Palace of Culture for Educators. During the two and a half centuries, the purpose and status of this classic mansion and urban estate on the Moika River have repeatedly changed.

Today, this grandeur building (one of the most prominent architectural gems of the Russian “Northern capital”) hosts government and diplomatic meetings, international conferences and symposia. The names of many Russian public officials, leaders of St. Petersburg and heads of foreign states are recorded in the Yusupov Palace Guest Book.
Museum is open: daily 11:00 – 18:00
Ticket Office : daily 10:30 – 17:00
On the days of theater events: 10:30 – 19:00
Stables outbuilding: daily, except Mondays: 11:00 – 18:00
Park is open:
Daily 10:00 – 21:00
Home church: divine service each Wednesday
For individual visitors and small groups entrance access from 21 Dekabristov street
Entrance to Home Theater performances from Moika embankment, 94

The Russian Museum of Ethnography

The Russian Museum of Ethnography is one of the largest and richest museums in Russia. Our collections include objects of ethnic culture of more than 150 peoples of Russia and its neighbours. Various cultures and religions meet in the space of the Russian Museum of Ethnography which has been created to function like a medium between people and science that comprehend their everyday life as an object to study. People give ethnology the matter of its studies – artifacts, music, folklore – and then find it in the space of ethnomuseums whose task is not to mummify their culture but to help them in identifying and understanding themselves.
Address: 191011, Saint-Petersburg,

Fabergé Museum

The Shuvalov Palace, with an area of about 4,700 square meters, is again one of the most beautiful palaces in St. Petersburg, a historical monument, and tourist attraction. The most valuable items in the Museum’s collection are the nine Imperial Easter Eggs created by Fabergé for the last two Russian emperors. Each of them is a masterpiece of jewelry and art, as well as a unique historical monument to the reign and personal life of Alexander III and Nicholas. 

Street art museum

Street Art Museum is located on the territory of the existing plant of laminated plastics. The plant was founded in 1945 in Leningrad and was located on the territory of the Petrograd side in the first post-war years. In 1950, the plant moved to the area of ​​Bolshaya Okhta and is now located at 84 Revolution Highway. One of the main areas of specialization of the enterprise was the production of decorative paper-laminated plastics (DBSP).

This material, for example, trim elevators, escalators, trains and kitchen countertops. However, the products of the plant were used in almost all branches of industry in the USSR. In 1994, in accordance with the Russian economic reforms, the plant was privatized and subsequently became an open joint-stock company – AOOT Laminated Plastics Plant. At this time, the plant reduces production, as a result of which many workshops in the territory remain abandoned.
Wed-Sun 12:00 — 20:00

Necropolis “Masters of Arts”

Necropolis “Masters of Arts” is located on the territory of the former Tikhvin cemetery of the Alexander Nevsky Monastery. His device dates back to the late 1930s. In the necropolis, monuments to outstanding representatives of the national culture and art of the XIX-XX centuries are preserved.
Address: Lavra passage | m. Alexander Nevsky Square, St. Petersburg 191167, Russia

Opening hours: daily 9:45 – 17:30

Grand Maket Russia

Opening hours: daily from 10:00 to 20:00 (ticket offices open until 19:15)
Grand Maket Russia is a private museum in Saint Petersburg. It is a model layout designed on a scale of 1:87 and covers an area of 800 m2. In this area, collective images of regions of the Russian Federation are represented. It is the largest model layout in Russia and the second largest in the world (after the Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, Germany). The model is located in a two-story building built in 1953, in the style of Stalin’s empire.

The model presents an image of everyday life in Russia, realized through models. These everyday situations represent different human activities, such as work, leisure, sports, studying, military service, country life, travel, mass celebrations and even an attempt to escape from prison.

Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory

The museum collection includes unique astronomical and geodetic instruments and tools. The tour also includes visits to various telescopes of the observatory, including the refractor in the Central Tower of the Main Building and the only long-focus instrument in Russia with the 26-inch refractor. The program of day trips includes the opportunity to look through a special telescope at the Sun. We also offer you a tour of the park, whose history began long before the foundation of the observatory itself. On holidays and Sundays, thematic lectures and excursions are offered for specialists, students and astronomy enthusiasts. In the evening, with suitable weather, guided tours are conducted with observations of various interesting celestial objects.
Opening hours: daily from 10:00 to 23:00
Address : Pulkovskoye Highway, 65, St. Petersburg 196140, Russia
Guided tours of the observatory are conducted for groups accompanied by guides upon prior request. Single visitors to the ordered tour groups do not join.

Applications for group tours are accepted by calling 946-59-15 on weekdays from 11:00 to 17:00
Information for groups (arrival, parking, payment)
For individual visitors, we hold various events.
Schedule and ticket purchases are available on the official website and at the box office.

Naryshkin Bastion

Address:St. Petersburg, Peter and Paul Fortress, 3


In the 18th – mid-19th century, the casemates were adapted to the production and warehouses of the Mint. At the beginning of 1826, ten single cells were equipped in the left flank, where the Decembrists were kept during the investigation. At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, barracks for the Izhora reserve and the Saperny battalion, the Infantry Regiment and the fortress artillery company were set up in the casemates. On October 25, 1917, a signal was given to the Aurora cruiser from the Naryshkin Bastion about the beginning of an armed uprising. In 1957, the tradition of the daily idle midday shot from the Naryshkin bastion, dating back to the 18th century, was revived.

The territory of the Peter and Paul Fortress (within the walls of the fortress walls) is open to the public daily from 10.00 to 21:00
COMPLEX TICKET includes a visit to the following objects:

  1. Peter and Paul Cathedral and Grand-Ducal Tomb
  2. Prison Trubetskoy bastion
  3. Museum of Cosmonautics and Rocket Technology
  4. Exposition “History of St. Petersburg-Petrograd. 1703-1918 “
  5. Exposition “History of the Peter and Paul Fortress”
  6. Exposition “Museum of Science and Technology”
  7. Exposition “Museum of Architectural Ceramics”

Sheremetev Palace – Museum of Music

The Sheremetev Palace boasted not only extensive lands, but also its own hospital and theatre, where the Sheremetev’s famous serf theatrical troupe and orchestra performed. The palace is also known as ‘the Fountain House’ for the opulent arrangement of fountains that once decorated its gardens. This history is reflected in the current use of the palace as part of the State Museum of Theatre and Musical Art, which has restored the facades of the building and uses it to house a collection of historical musical instruments. The southern wing of the palace also houses the Anna Akhmatova Memorial Museum, in the apartment where the great 20th century poet lived from the mid-1920s until 1952. The expression ‘Fountain House’ was first used in one of her poems
Address: 190104, St. Petersburg, nab. R. Fontanka, 34
Expositions “Enfilade of ceremonial halls of the palace” (2nd floor):
Thursday – Monday 11.00–19.00 Wednesday 13.00–21.00
Cashier closes one hour earlier
Weekends: Tuesday and last Friday of the month

Museum of Magic

The first in Russia Museum of Magic for adults and children!
Only here: show of magicians for all visitors to the museum
-free excursion
-interactive exhibits and photo zones
cafe with magical treats
shop with magician props
We guarantee a sea of emotions, because the Magic Museum was created to amaze!

address: Nevsky Prospect, 74-76G, St. Petersburg (fl. 3)
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00


Planetarium 1 has the biggest projection dome in the world — 37 meters in diameter. It is a new cultural object in the “Northern Capital” of Russia, which is the center of concentration of tourists from all over the world. The total area (4000 m2) includes the star hall, the museum of space exibits, VR interactive rooms, educational area and prototyping laboratory. The equipment of the main hall contains 40 powerfull beamers connected into one system, 50kW of surround sound and interactive tables with multi-touch controlers, which give the oportunity to control the dome with starry sk
Working hours

Monday 11:30 – 18:00

Tuesday 11:30 – 18:00

Wednesday 11:30 – 18:00

Thursday 11:30 – 18:00

Friday 11:30 – 18:00

Saturday 11:30 – 18:00

Sunday 11:30 – 18: 00

The Biological-scientific museum

The Biological-scientific museum aimed for the promotion of the healthy, way of life and distribution of the sanitary-hygiene knowledge among the population. There are the following departments in the museum: anatomy and physiology of man prevention of bad habits, AIDS and STDs, mother and child health, sex education. There is also a part of the exhibition which is devoted to the history of the health, care in St. Petersburg. In the halls of the museum there is a unique collection of anatomic exhibits, electrical models and glass man. The museum is located in the historical part of the city of St. Petersburg, has the conference hall and medical library
Address: 191023, St. Petersburg, ul. Italian, 25
museum opening hours: daily from 10: 00-18: 30
Saturday from 11: 30- 18:30

the ticket office is open until 18:00

Alexandrinsky theatre

Ostrovsky square, 6

Alexandrinsky’s repertoire includes the best works of theatre classics and contemporary performances. Young Directors are also trying their hand here.



Mariinsky theater

Theatre square, 1

This is a platform for the most grandiose and large-scale productions with the participation of outstanding artists. The main repertoire consists of Opera and ballet performances based on classical works.



Maly Drama theater

Rubinstein, 18

The stage space consists of two halls ‒ Large and Chamber. The main repertoire consists of performances based on classical works by Dostoevsky, Turgenev, Shakespeare, Andersen, Chekhov, Schiller, Platonov and other Russian and foreign authors. Go to the theater and performances for school-age children.



The Mikhailovsky theatre

Griboyedov canal embankment, 4

You can see the recognized works of the world Opera and ballet scene, as well as modern one-act ballets. In addition, the repertoire includes performances for children. Educational game classes are held to acquaint young spectators with the world of Opera and ballet.



Bolshoi drama theatre. G. A. Tovstonogova

Fontanka river embankment, 65

The repertoire includes both productions of classical works by Pushkin, Chekhov, Schiller, Shaw, Ostrovsky, etc., and modern plays.



Theater Of Lensoveta

Vladimirsky Avenue, 12

The repertoire includes classical music in academic interpretation and unexpected author’s interpretation, modern Russian and foreign dramaturgy, and experimental productions, including a number of musical performances and even musicals, as well as performances for children.



Youth theater

Fontanka river embankment, 114

The repertoire of the theater includes performances on Russian and foreign classics and works by contemporary authors. Performances staged under the leadership of Semyon Spivak, are bright, dynamic, imaginative and expressive.



Theater Of Music Comedy

Italian street, 13

The repertoire includes operettas, Opera buffs, musicals and children’s musical performances.



Baltic house

Alexander Park, 4

It not only shows performances, but also hosts art events, forums, lectures, master classes. Also one of the activities is to strengthen ties between St. Petersburg and the Baltic States. Russian and foreign companies perform in the theater, and the site is also open for a variety of stage experiments.



Mariinsky theatre (New stage)

Pisareva street, 20

The new stage is equipped with the latest technology and is designed for concerts, Opera and ballet performances. The hall is characterized by exceptional acoustics. Another interesting feature is the open-air amphitheater on the roof, designed for summer chamber concerts.




Mariinsky theatre (Concert hall)

Dekabristov, 34A

There are concerts of Symphony orchestras, as well as solo musicians, Opera singers, instrumental ensembles.

Festival of Light (April and November)

The first edition of the festival in Saint-Petersburg took place in April 2016, as a dedication to 260 years anniversary of the Alexandrinsky Theatre. With the help of 3D-mapping technology the facade of the city’s oldest theatre, as well as other monuments of the architectural ensemble of the Ostrovsky square, were involved in a game of light, music and optical illusions.

In November 2016 the autumn festival of light represented a series of shows on the facades of the architectural masterpieces of Saint Isaac’s square — Mariinsky Palace and Saint Isaac’s Cathedral. The main character of the shows was the magnificent Saint-Petersburg — its history, legends and images, its soul and memory. The festival was the climactic point of the celebration of the Unity day and got a historical record of 3D-mapping height: 101.5 meters. The project was seen by more than 400 thousand people.

Icebreaker Festival (May)

In 2014, the staff of the Krasin Icebreaker Museum proposed the idea of ​​organizing a holiday in St. Petersburg dedicated to the icebreaker fleet, with a parade of active icebreakers and the possibility of open access to their decks. Thus, the first icebreaker festival in the world, which engendered a new Petersburg tradition, was held in the year of the 150th anniversary of the Russian icebreaker fleet.

The festival of icebreakers is an unparalleled maritime holiday in the world.

Excursions to icebreakers, concert and exhibition programs, children’s creative and entertaining master classes, contests and quizzes, as well as street performers and animators will be organized for the guests of the festival.

Shipyards, design agencies, naval universities and museums will take part in the festival.

Museum Night (May)

Museum Night is an annual event dedicated to the International Museum Day, which takes place in 42 European countries. It will be taking place in St. Petersburg on the night of  penultimate weekends of May  from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Traditionally, on this day, many St. Petersburg museums, exhibition and concert halls, galleries and libraries open their doors to visitors in the evening and at night, as well as prepare a special program: exhibitions, concerts, performances, author’s tours and workshops

Every year all programs will be dedicated to a common theme.

“Singing bridges” sound show (from May to September)

At night, hundreds of residents and guests of the city hurry to the Neva to see the St. Petersburg “highlight” – the show “Singing Bridges”. It is a kind of open-air philharmonic.

Musical accompaniment begins a few seconds before the start of the distribution of the Palace Bridge, creating emotional tension in the public. The best examples of Russian symphonic music sound above the Neva, and the illuminated spans of the Palace Bridge slowly rise upwards.

In the finale, Gliere’s “Hymn to the Great City” from the ballet “The Bronze Horseman” sounds.

The sounds of the music give a unique charm to the tradition of night bridge construction and allow you to feel the spirit and atmosphere of St. Petersburg to the fullest extent.

The Stars of White Nights (from May to July)

Every year, from May to July, St.Petersburg hosts the international music festival The Stars of the White Nights, founded by the artistic director of the Mariinsky Theatre, Valery Gergiev which has already become a legend. He gathers classical music stars in St.Petersburg.

Traditionally, the festival includes both the best opera and ballet productions by the Mariinsky Theatre and premieres, as well as grandiose symphony and chamber music concerts. World stars and young talented performers take part in the festival.


City Day (May 27)

On May 27, in the city will take place events dedicated to the Day of the Founding of St. Petersburg. They will begin with a liturgy and the laying of flowers at the monuments of Peter the Great (” Bronze Horseman” and the tombstone of Peter the Great in the Peter and Paul Cathedral).

Within the celebration framework numerous exhibitions, concerts and performances of the artists are planned at the Palace Square. On Nevsky Prospekt, which will be closed for the movement of transport, there will be performances of various groups (singers, musicians, dancers, circus performers), street festivities.

The Ostrovsky Square will host the traditional ice cream festival, and the Ball of Nationalities will be held at the Spit of Vasilievsky Island.

The City Day will end with a grandiose fireworks.

Flower Festival (June)

In June, St. Petersburg will host the Flower Festival. Within the program of the festival, the best florists from Russia, Finland, the Netherlands Poland, Belarus, Latvia, Estonia and other countries will hold the “Parade of Flowers” for residents and guests of the city, which will take place along Nevsky Prospekt in the direction of Palace Square.

Horse-drawn carriages, retro-cars, artists and models in flower dresses will follow in its ranks. The program will also include concert programs “Flower Ball” and a contest of the best florists.

Scarlet Sails (June)

The Scarlet Sails is an all-Russian graduate prom, celebrated annually in St. Petersburg. This event became a symbol of the city.

The celebration has two stages: a big concert with elements of a theatrical performance on Palace Square and a grand light and pyrotechnical show in the water area of the Neva. Night show is a performance on the water, where the main event is the passage of a beautiful boat with scarlet sails along the embankments. During sailing there are fireworks and a light show fully synchronized with the music.

From one and a half to three million people go to the center of St. Petersburg to view the Scarlet Sails show every year. This is the only holiday in Russia listed in the register of world event tourism and recommended for visits in almost 20 countries of the European Union.

Navy Day (last Sunday of July)

In the waters of the Neva River will be a parade of ships of the Navy. On the Palace Square will be shown samples of weapons and military equipment.

Anyone interested can visit the ships of the Navy and the Central Naval Museum. In the evening you can see the festive artillery salute near the walls of the Peter and Paul Fortress.

Festival of Fountains (September)

The autumn festival of fountains in Peterhof is held every year in mid-September and is a landmark event in the cultural life of St. Petersburg.

Especially for the play about an hour of original video content is created including episodes of architectural 3d-mapping. Leading soloists of Petersburg musicals, dancers and artists of the original genre take part in the performance.

A number of shows support the numerous special effects and pyrotechnics.

Amusement Park Divo Island

Children’s attractions, family attractions, extreme attractions – more than 45 entertainment for every taste and color. Bright impressions for all ages are guaranteed regardless of the choice of sites.
In addition to attractions, children will enjoy playgrounds with interactive development modules, animators and entertainment programs.Opening hours: in the summer months, the park is open seven days a week. From Monday to Friday from 12:00 to 22:00, on weekends and public holidays – 11:00 to 23:00

In winter – it works only on weekends from 12:00 to 19:00
Address: m.Krestovsky Island

Interactive Virtual Reality Center

Here is an immersion in the amazing worlds of virtual reality. Live in the first person of any computer game and get into the most incredible locations. Overcome obstacles, jump, crawl, maximum feeling every moment. You can play as a team, and against each other. Unforgettable emotions!

Operating mode: from 10:00 to 22:00

Address: Bolshoy Prospekt PS, 79

Space Territory Mystics

Space guests get into a real and very realistic scenario of horror films, where the participants are the main characters. Performances combine theatrical horror quest. Visitors are invited to be part of the theater or play the universal quest “Phantom hide and seek”

Opening hours: weekdays from 14:00 to 20:00, and on weekends and holidays, school holidays from 10:00 to 21:00.
Address: Engels Avenue, 154, m. Prospect Prosveshcheniya, TRK “Grand Canyon”

Aircraft Trainer Dream Aero

Here you can make a dream and take the role of a pilot. Who flies a passenger airliner. Fly in the endless sky at high altitude over the favorite cities of the world and then board any airport on the globe. A real pilot will control the plane, and you will fly on a flight simulator of a passenger airliner, with the help of which real pilots are trained.

Mode of operation: daily from 10:00 to 22:00

Address: TRC RIO, Fucik Street, 2

Military Club “Cyber Fox”

On an area of ​​1300 square meters, you can become a real hero and play war games with your friends, and painlessly, but quite realistic. On the playground, scenes from the famous computer-based shooters with mine bombing, the release of hostages, the seizure of the building and the battle with monsters and the walking dead are easily recreated.

Laser tag (laser paintball) is a high-tech type of recreation, coupled with unforgettable, bright battles. In comparison with other simulators, laser paintball is the safest.

Opening hours: Monday-Friday 14:00 to 20:00, Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 to 20:00

Address: TRC “Piterland”, 72, Primorsky Avenue, minus second floor, BUNKER

“Labyrinth of Fear”

Scary sounds, barely glowing lights, unpredictable traps and the atmosphere of Hollywood horror films, stunning screams of frightened but happy visitors. Challenge yourself, find a way out of the maze, dodge scary characters and have a great time.
Address: Nevsky Prospect, 3, St. Petersburg
Opening hours: daily, 10: 00–23: 00

Big Amusement Park Maza Park

MazaPark is a real amusement park, a large amusement park with slot machines. You can play everything without time limit until the morning.

20 rides and 100 slot machines:

38 bowling lanes

42 pool tables

2 snooker tables

11 Russian billiard tables

8 tennis tables

14 dartboard targets

40 games and 100 slot machines

1000 meters rollerdrome

Skates from size 28 to 47

Lasertag 2 teams of 13 people


Board games




Bumper cars (NEW)


Operation mode:

Monday-Friday from 10.00 to 6.00

Saturday-Sunday, holidays and school holidays from 10.00 to 6.00

Shopping and Entertainment Complex Peterland

Famous for “Peterland” for its unique entertainment. There are many recreation areas for every taste, for the whole family, for children, teenagers and adults:

Waterpark Peterland

Opening hours
W.-S. 10: 00-22: 30; Mon 15: 00-22: 30

Children’s ticket (all day): Mon.-Fri. –  Sat.-Sun., holidays
Adult ticket (full day): Mon.-Fri. –  Sat.-Sun., holidays –

Cinema “Formula Kino Peterland”
Trampoline Center

Opening hours:Mon-Fri 12: 00-22: 00; Sat-Sun 10: 00-22: 00

 Weekdays – 30 minutes –  1 hour –  2 hours –  No limit on the day of the visit –  Individual training (per person) . 1/2 individual training (per person) – (30 minutes with a coach, 30 minutes on their own)

Weekends – 30 minutes -. 1 hour -. 2 hours -. No limit on the day of the visit -. Individual training (1 hour, per person) -. 1/2 individual training (per person) -. (30 minutes with a coach, 30 minutes on their own)

7D Cinema:- 12 special effects for the 7D cinema

Only one 7d movies has 12 special effects, so that it can display all the special effects perfectly, like wind, rain, lightning, bubble, fog, fire, snow, leg sweep, back push, vibration and so on.

Aerotube:- FLYARENA aerotube (Flyarena) is an attraction and a sports simulator for people of any age. This is a unique simulator of free fall, which allows you to experience the same sensations as when jumping with a parachute (in free fall).


Academy and Film Studio Lick

Cinema “Lift”

Swing “Kopusha

Happy train

Active Park “Joki Joya



ENOTIA Country

Estadio Football Center

Mirror Maze

Attractions “Bumbastic”

Laser Tag

Opening hours: Sat-Sun 11: 00–20: 00:
1 game (9-12 minutes): Mon.-Thu. – Fri.-S. –
2 games (18-25 min): Mon.-Thu. – Fri.-S. –
1 hour: Mon.-Th. – Fri.-S. –

Simulator Tu-154

Opening hours: Pre-registration by phone:
15 min –   flight (for children);
30 min –    flight;
45 min –  flight;
1 hour -. flight;
1.5 hours –  flight;
2 hours – flight.

World to touch

Opening hours:Daily from 10:00 to 22:00 (beginning of the last tour at 20:00)

High city

Opening hours: Daily from 10:00 to 22:00

Climbing WallDream

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12:00 –21: 00; Sat.- Sun. 10:00 -22: 00-


Opening hours: Daily 10: 00-22: 00

Balls on the water Brincboll (Brinkball)

Opening hours:Daily 10: 00-22: 00

Attraction “Catch fish”

Opening hours:Daily 10: 00-22: 00

Address: Primorsky Prospect, 72, St. Petersburg

Rodeo Drive
Waterpark “Rodeo Drive”

In the cozy water park Rodeo Drive shopping and entertainment complex you will find pools, slides, saunas and other water attractions.

Rodeo Drive Waterpark is a place of carefree relaxation and summer mood, where visitors get only positive emotions.

Ave. Culture, 1, St. Petersburg (fl. 1)

Visit the water park – Weekdays

Adults 10:00 to 16:00 (3 hours)
From 16:00 to 20:30 (3 hours)
From 20:30 (2 hours)
Children (under 14) 10:00 to 16:00 (3 hours)
Children (under 14)
From 16:00 to 20:30 (3 hours)
Children (under 14)
From 20:30 (2 hours)

Waterpark Visit – Weekend

Adults From 09:00 to 20:30 (3 hours)
From 20:30 (2 hours)
Children (under 14)
From 09:00 to 20:30 (3 hours)
Children (under 14)
From 20:30 (2 hours)

Visit to the water park – Subscriptions
Gold 30 visits over 6 months
Silver 20 visits over 4 months
Bronze 10 visits within 2 months

Classes at the water park – Water aerobics for 2 hours
4 classes ,8 classes, 10 lessons,30 lwssons

Classes in the water park – Water aerobics for 3 hours

4 classes,8 classes,10 lessons,30 lessons, 60 lessons

The prices listed on the site are not final, are not a public offer and are for informational purposes only.

New Holland

The island of New Holland in St. Petersburg is the only of the 42 islands of the city, created by people. More than 150 years of access to the island was closed, but now it has become a venue for festivals of culture and art, various events and interesting events.Guests of New Holland are waited by a set of entertainments for every taste.

Lectures and seminars, many of them are free, you just need to pre-register.

Now New Holland is open to guests all year round. In winter, a skating rink with music, lighting design and its program of events will be flooded over the lawn.

Opening hours

Mon – Thurs: 11:00 – 22:00

Fri – Sun: 11:00 – 23:00

Mosaic Courtyard

The mosaic courtyard on the Fontanka is part of the open-air museum created by artist Vladimir Lubenko and his students. His visit is not included in the city excursion programs, but tourists who are close by should look into an amazing space and appreciate the bright objects decorated with mosaics.

What to see?

The mosaic courtyard of the Academy of Arts is divided into zones that can be inspected both separately and as part of a single composition. Among the exhibits are figures of angels and people, animals and mythical creatures. The complex tuberous forms and rich colors of the courtyard are reminiscent of the works of the Austrian painter Friedensreich Hundertwasser and the Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi.

mosaic objects in the courtyard that perform not only a decorative function: a working fountain, comfortable benches with iridescent sunshine, a sundial and even a children’s playground.
Address: st. Tchaikovsky, 2/7, St. Petersburg

Yelagin Island

In 2006 the Government of St. Petersburg adopted the Resolution about ” The plan of measures for the development of the territory of Yelagin Island”, with the main directions for the restoration of historical and architectural objects, the reconstruction of the landscape and the ecological environment of the park.

In 2012 the natural complex of Yelagin Island was declared as monument of nature of regional significance “Yelagin Island”, and the territory occupied became a specially protected natural area of regional importance.

Park Operating Hours:

Winter season (October 1 – April 30) : from 06.00 to 23.30, daily
Summer season (May 1 – September 30) : from 06.00 to 00.00, daily
Night time from 23.30 to 06.00 the entrance to the park is prohibited
Museums and exhibition halls’ operating hours:
10.00 – 18.30 (except Monday and Wednesday)
10.00 – 17.30, pre-holidays day
13.30 – 21.00 every Wednesday
Day-off – Monday
Service day – every Tuesday monthly, museums and exhibition halls are closed
Art space “Tvorcheskays dacha” operating hours: 10.00 – 19.00, daily
The cost of visiting museums can be found on the official website.
: St. Petersburg, Petrograd district, Elagin Island, 4B

Loft Project “Floors”

Loft project “Floors” – trade and exhibition space, unique in St. Petersburg. It is located in the premises of the former factory (hence the name “loft”) and accommodates various types of establishments – from exhibition halls and rest rooms to cafes and shops.
The area of art space – 3000 square meters. m. At present, there are more than 150 institutions of various orientations.
Special attention is attracted by the roof of the “Floors” – this is a fully-equipped, platform where events are held on summer days and there are recreation areas. In addition, it is a large observation platform, from where you can see the whole center of the city.


Every day, from 09:00 to 23:00. Roof: in summer (from May to September) – around the clock, in winter (from October to April) – from 09:00 to 23:00.
In 2012 the natural complex of Yelagin Island was declared as monument of nature of regional significance “Yelagin Island”, and the territory occupied became a specially protected natural area of regional importance.

Roof on Vosstaniya Square

View of the architectural sights of St. Petersburg;
Panorama of the building of the Book House;
The opportunity to admire the city from a bird’s eye view and go unnoticed.
In this area there are many roofs from which a magnificent view of the city opens. But it is worth considering the fact that some of them do not reveal the full picture, cutting down important details.

It is the roof, which is located closer to the Vosstaniya Square, that can open up unbelievable pictures to all romantics, allowing to feel the whole atmosphere of the most mysterious and mysterious city of Russia.

Address: pl. Uprising, 2.

Colonnade of St. Isaac’s Cathedral

St. Isaac’s Cathedral is the largest Orthodox church in the city. Every year there are an incredible number of tourists who want to enjoy the bright panorama of St. Petersburg.

Visitors to the open observation deck can admire the magnificent architectural sights of St. Petersburg, look at the Winter Palace, feel the amazing view of Vasilyevsky Island, marvel at the beauty of the Admiralty.

Address: St. Isaac’s Square, 4.

Bell tower of Peter and Paul Cathedral

It was the bell tower of the Peter and Paul Cathedral that for many years was the tallest building in St. Petersburg, which is located in the Peter and Paul Fortress. From the open viewing platform you can admire the panorama of the beautiful Palace Embankment and the Admiralty, and on the other side look towards Petrogradka and feel the beauty and splendor of Vasilyevsky Island.

Address: Peter and Paul Fortress.

Observation Deck Leader Tower

The huge height of the building – the first skyscraper of Peter;
Observation deck on the 40th floor;
The opportunity to visit a restaurant located on the 40th floor;
View of the brightest architecture of the city.

Address: Constitution Square, house number 7.

Street of John Lennon

Address: Pushkinskaya st., 10, St. Petersburg

John Lennon Street is an unofficial landmark in St. Petersburg, which is located in one of the courtyards in the city center. Hidden from the official tourist routes, this place is unique in its creative spirit.
The founder of Lennon Street is the Beatles fan and the old-timers of this court, Nikolai Vasin, who installed a sign with the name of a “non-existent” street. Later in the courtyard appeared plaster sculptures of all the participants of the Liverpool four, and on the walls there were drawings devoted to the work of the Beatles. And in 1989, the famous Art Center “Pushkinskaya-10” was born here.

Leather Line, 30, St. Petersburg

Roof Place is an open space that accommodates an audience of up to two thousand people. In the center there is a dome with an equipped concert stage, next to it there is an arched tent with an area of 130 square meters; two separate covered premises of 115 square meters with access to the site and hookah.
Address: St. Petersburg, Kozhevennaya line, 30

Republic of Сats

The new format of the oldest European kotkafe “Republic of cats” Opened in December 2016 Guests have the opportunity not only to communicate with 40 fluffy inhabitants of kotokafe while having a cup of coffee, but also to shelter one of them at home. To do this, you must have an interview with curators of animals. Among the inhabitants of the katokafe there are world-famous cats of the Hermitage and representatives of the aboriginal Russian breeds. The largest kotokafe Europe is based on the watercolor works of the St. Petersburg artist Vladimir Rumyantsev. Kotocafe on the donation system: guests can make any comfortable amount to support the project. The menu includes desserts, snacks, and an extensive coffee menu.
Address: Republic of cats
St. Petersburg, st. Yakubovich, 10
Daily, from 10 to 22 hours.
Every year in June – from 10.00 to 6 in the morning.

Courtyard Philfaka SPBGU

A garden with many modern sculptures: Blok, Brodsky and Gogol’s Nose. The sculpture park was opened in 2002. You can get inside yourself, through the janitor (you need a passport), or with a guided tour.
ADDRESS: University Embankment, 11

Necropolis of the Museum of Urban Sculpture

Under the authority of the museum more than 200 monuments and 1,500 plaques

Unique Russian museum of monuments located in open city space. The main exhibition of the museum – the tomb and necropolis of the Alexander Nevsky Monastery.

Address and opening hours

Art. m. “Alexander Nevsky Square”, Nevsky Prospect, 179

Necropolis of the XVIII century: 9: 30–18 :: 00, seven days a week

Necropolis of Artists: 9: 30–21: 00, Thurs – from 9:30 to 18:00

Vitebsky Railway Station

Vitebsky Railway Station Is Most Important Railway Station In The St. Peterburg.It Is A Great For Photo Session

Address: Art. m. “Pushkinskaya”, Zagorodny prospect, 52

“Bookstore Writers”

This oldest book store in St. Petersburg was founded in 1934 by the initiative of M. Gorky and S.М. Kirov. Today in the bookshop there are meetings of St. Petersburg writers, poetry evenings, presentations of new books and much more. Soon opening of the readers’ club is planned.
Address: Nevsky Prospect 66

Photo Studio of Karl Bulla

Large inscription “Photo Salon” merges with the houses, so be careful. It will be necessary to climb to the top floor, and inside – a small room with glass ceilings (on a sunny day it is very beautiful). You will be met by a pretty grandmother, will take the entrance, tell you who Karl Bulla was and what exhibitions they have at the moment. There are many beautiful pictures, postcards and paintings in the gallery, as well as old, but quite working cameras. And most importantly – the observation deck, which offers a great view of the city center.

Address: Nevsky Prospect, 54


A great bookstore that can easily take you to the Hogwarts Library. There are high shelves, which can be reached using the stairs, the rarest numbers of foreign magazines and books almost in a single copy. And it is also a paradise for the office maniac. Do not splurge on another notebook there is impossible. If you make a purchase of more than 1500 p., Pour free (and very tasty!) Coffee. There you can sit for coffee and look through Brodsky.

Address: Liteiny prospect, 57


Creative space on the Palace Embankment, where different performances and festivals are held. Also on the territory of “Taiga” is a comfortable hostel and a lot of interesting shops. In one of the showrooms all sorts of unusual decorations are sold. And there you can go to the wicker balcony with an unreal view of the Neva.
Address: Dvortsovaya nab., 20

Park Of The 300th Anniversary Of St. Petersburg

Address: Primorsky Prospect, 157, St. Petersburg 197374, Russia Save
opening hours: daily, 7: 00–23: 00
The park of the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg is the youngest, it was founded on October 7, 1995 in honor of the anniversary of the Northern capital.
The central objects of the park are the pool and the three fountains, to which the main alley is paved with tiles. Two fountains are located in the central part of the alley, the third with fish sculptures – at the end, near the tower, which will be described in more detail below.
Various festivals and holidays are held in the park. It is located on the coast of the Gulf of Finland

Museum “Inside a Man”

Why does a man sneeze? Who had the longest nose? How much memory is stored in the brain? In the museum “Inside a man,” why are waiting for answers to hundreds of questions.

The theater begins with a hanger, and the journey through the human body begins with a tongue.
You will learn how many times in your life your fingers bend and how a person looks like a koala. What is more powerful – the human heart or the engine of the Titanic? All this will not tell you – you can see for yourself!
During the mini-adventure, children and adults are allowed to touch and photograph everything. Down with boring anatomy textbooks! Welcome to the inner world of man.
Address: St. Petersburg, Bolshaya Morskaya Street, 5

Gorilla Park

4,000 m2 for those who love sports and are not averse to tickling their nerves! Bungee, laser tag, rope park, various slot machines – at every step only positive! But – not only … Are you ready to experience the thrill?
Address: St. Petersburg, Dolmoozernaya Street, 14





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