The Museum features the poet’s apartment recreated to its primary state after the drawing of the poet Vasily Zhukovsky, historical documents and recollections of Pushkin’s friends. On display are unique memorial objects that belonged to the poet’s family, friends and contemporaries. The main room of the apartment is Pushkin’s working study. Many things there remember the touch his hands.Visit The Pushkin Apartment Museum in Saint Petersburg and learn more about the life of the legendary poet.
In an apartment on Arts Square, Brodsky lived the last 15 years of his life. He created a museum of Russian art of the late XIX - early XX century, which presents the works of the most famous artists of this time. A memorial setting has been preserved, which allows visitors to immerse themselves in the era of the 1920-30s of Russia. Acquaintance with the masterpieces of Repin, Surikov, Kustodiev, Malyavin, Golovin, Benoit, Grigoriev and many others in the intimate and cozy atmosphere of the apartment museum create a special proximity to the work of art and the audience.Visit The Brodsky Apartment Museum in Saint Petersburg and learn more about the life of the legendary poet.
Interested in ballet and already gained some skills in it? One of the most experienced and talented ballet dancer of St Petersburg would be happy to teach you new ballet techniques and improve ones that you already have! See the way the famous ballerina lives in her apartment near the Mariinsky Theater who is delighted to share her priceless knowledge concerning the art of ballet and her numerous stage performances.
Segway tour in St. Petersburg. You will see the Bronze Horseman, the Palace Embankment, the Atlantes on the Millionnaya Street, the English Embankment, the Alexander Column, the State Hermitage Museum, the Palace Square, the Alexander Pushkin Apartment Museum, the Arts Square, the Russian Museum, the Italian Bridge, the Moyka embankment, the Griboyedov Canal, the Church of the Savior on Blood, the State Academic Chapel, the Bank Bridge, the Kazan Cathedral, the St. Isaac’s Cathedral and Mariinsky Palace.Tours depart daily, except on rainy and snowy days and most of them are from 10am to 12am!
Some critics view Leo Tolstoy as top Russian writer ever. We believe that human nature was best explored and understood by someone else – Fyodor Dostoevsky. Joining our Dostoevsky walking tour in St. Petersburg you will learn about the writer’s dramatic life, his work and his love. Hear stories about how “the beacon of Russian intelligentsia” and “the Master of St. Petersburg” was once sentenced to death, survived imprisonment, nearly ended up in publisher’s pocket, but got away with it, and how it influenced the writing of his books. Wonder the little streets and back alleyways, go across foot bridges in the area generally known as Dostoevsky district. Visit places where The White Nights, Brothers Karamazov and The Idiot were written. Make the 730 steps from Raskolnikov’s house to the pawn-broker’s apartment, soak in the atmosphere of Hay market square and visit other iconic spots from Crime and Punishment.
The museum was opened on the centenary of the writer's birthday, when there was almost no item left in the house from the time of the Nabokovs. However, over the years, the museum has managed to assemble a significant memorial collection and a large scientific library, which is always open to visitors. Now the museum occupies the first floor of the house, where the premises of the dining room, living room and library are preserved. The former “committee” room is used as an exhibition hall.Visit The Nabokov Apartment Museum in Saint Petersburg and learn more about the life of the legendary poet.
St. Petersburg off-the-bitten-path tour is for someone who is seeking something different from the popular attractions. If you are looking for a more local experience and want to discover another side of the city, join our tour through the hidden gems of St. Petersburg.For a one-day 6-hour excursion we will visit the most impressive informal sights, including:• the local farming products market and the tasting honey and caviar• entrance staircases of former apartment houses of XIX- the beginning of XX centuries• luxurious metro stations with interiors made in the style of the Stalin Empire• the rooftop of the former bakery• burnt, but working Lutheran church with catacombs
In the house on Gorokhovaya Street in St. Petersburg is the last apartment of Grigory Rasputin, perhaps the most mysterious person and definitely one of the most controversial figures in Russian history. The local walls still remember this incredible personality, its power, strong energy, loud voice and ... the last moments before leaving December 30, 1916 in the Yusupov Palace. We promise: with the tour you will leave a little puzzled.You will learn about:- what happened to the children of Grigory Rasputin; where his descendants live now;- what influence he had on the royal family, how often he met with her;- how he was in everyday, everyday life;- How did his relations with leading figures of the era develop?- what advice he followed, and what did not follow emperor Nicholas II;- whether Rasputin led a dissolute or righteous life;- and much, much, much more.
St. Petersburg is Russian port city on the Baltic Sea. It was built across the Neva River delta. Beauty of this city was inspiration not for one poet and writer in the history. The main characters in the prose of well-known Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky is living there lives in this beautiful city as well. Writer himself enjoyed living and working by the river Neva. How St.Petersburg does look through the eyes of great Fyodor Mikhailovich? Is it rich and elegant or poor and freezing like autumn evenings? Is it leading you through “White nights” or getting lost in the mysterious dark courtyards? With local charismatic guide, you will discover the most significant facts of writer’s biography, you will visit sights where he studied and worked. You will see the Mikhailovsky Castle, Semenovsky platz, the memorial apartment-museum of Feodor Dostoevsky. You will be able to have a look at monuments for writers famous novels “The Idiot” and “White nights” and even “Crime and punishment.