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  • St. Petersburg CityPass 2-5 Day Option

    1. St. Petersburg CityPass 2-5 Day Option

    Enjoy free entrance to 28 attractions in St Petersburg and see the city from different perspectives. Enjoy 6 free tours by land or water with a 2,3 or 5-day Saint Petersburg City Pass. Save time and money with free entry to the city’s best museums, along with complimentary tours by river, sea, and double-decker bus. Plan your visits with a free guidebook and city map (metro map included). The most interesting attractions have already been chosen for you! Just open your guide and decide where you want to go first. Each tear-off voucher can be used once by one person, making it the most convenient passport to the city. The Pass activates at the moment of your first visit to the museum, bus tour or river cruise. St.Petersburg CityPass is valid for 48, 72 or 120-hours. Free Entry: Museums: 1. St. Isaac’s Cathedral 2. St. Isaac’s Cathedral Colonnaded Walk...

    Hi in Moscow I got a card to go around in saint Petersburg apart from the blunder on the part of Getyourguide cancellation of my pass the pass was ok. Unfortunately the new one I had to paid was in a form of a booklet in which you had to tear sections in order to use. That was very inconvenient. Also instead of looking for the place of collection you should have an office in the airport. The time for collection was also bad, 11 am is very late.

  • St. Petersburg: Private Faberge Museum Tour

    2. St. Petersburg: Private Faberge Museum Tour

    The private Fabergé Museum is located in the renovated Shuvalov Palace in St Petersburg, after hacing opened in 2013. The collection includes more than 4,000 works of art from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including 15 Fabergé eggs. Nine of these are the famous Imperial Fabergé eggs which were previously owned by the Romanovs, Russia's royal family. The Fabergé Museum holds the world’s largest collection of eponymous works. Crafting more than imperial eggs, the design house also created opulent jewelry and collectibles. You will meet your guide near the museum and open the doors of one of the most comprehensive and alluring museums in St. Petersburg. You are certain to become enraptured by the allure of this captivating collection throughout this private tour.

    Our guide Katya was absolutely punctual. She was very friendly and had very good knowledge of the museum. Her English was excellent and she was always ready to help with pictures. The Faberge museum is new, opened only in 2013, but it is a must-visit. The pieces of jewellery and other artefacts by the Faberge company and some other great jewellers of Russia are mind-boggling. The beauty and intricate artwork is just wow. Piece de resistance was the royal easter eggs. I had heard about them, but seeing them is something totally different.

  • St Petersburg: Faberge Museum Exclusive Private Tour

    3. St Petersburg: Faberge Museum Exclusive Private Tour

    Meet your private guide at the steps of the Faberge museum situated on the bank of the Fontanka river. Then, dive into the splendor of the interiors of Shuvalov Palace that is well worth a visit on its own merits. Stroll through 10 splendid rooms which feature a vast collection of items once belonging to the Russian aristocracy and royal family as well as an exhibition of religious icons. Then, explore one of the world's finest jewelry collections. Pride of place goes, naturally, to 9 Easter Eggs crafted for the last 2 Russian tsars, Alexander III, and Nicolas II. The collection also includes over 4,000 other items of all shapes, sizes, and materials, some created by Fabergé’s contemporaries who were masters in their own right. The museum also preserves the First Hen Egg, also known as the Jeweled Hen Egg, the first egg that Tsar Alexander III commissioned from Fabergé as a gift for hi...

    Elena was great company and although it was just my wife and I who were shown around which made it a fairly expensive visit (over (£100) it was a brilliant afternoon and to top it off Elena made some great recommendations.

  • St. Petersburg: Fabergé Museum Guided 2-Hour Tour

    4. St. Petersburg: Fabergé Museum Guided 2-Hour Tour

    Explore the Fabergé Museum in Saint Petersburg on a 2-hour tour with an English-speaking guide. Discover more than 4,000 exhibits located in an area of 4,700 square meters (50,950 square feet), and marvel at the heart of the collection, the famous Fabergé eggs from 1885 to 1917. The museum is located in the bright, expansive, and refined interiors of the Shuvalov Palace on the Fontanka River Embankment. Most of the museum's exhibits showcase the Fabergé company's masterpieces of jewelry craftsmanship. The exhibition hall of the museum also displays paintings by numerous Russian artists. Admire the museum's most impressive exhibits and learn all about them with your professional guide. In addition to the famous Easter eggs, see fantasy items, silverware, and jewelry, as well as paintings by Ivan Aivazovsky, Konstantin Makovsky, Karl Bryullov, Vasily Polenov, Henryk Semiradsky, and women...

  • St. Petersburg: Legendary Faberge Museum w/ Private Guide

    5. St. Petersburg: Legendary Faberge Museum w/ Private Guide

    Greet your private guide in your hotel lobby and get prepared to get your ultimate culture fix. Explore Nevsky Prospect, the soul of St. Petersburg and its main draw, pass by Anichkov Garden and Anichkov Bridge and duck into the sumptuous Shuvalov Palace, neoclassical building founded in the late 18th century and home to prominent Fabergé Museum. You’ll admire the lavishly decorated interiors of one of the most striking palaces in St. Petersburg, once home to the noble Shuvalov and Naryshkin families, and take in the elegance of its rooms. You’ll catch a glimpse of the famous White Column Hall, the largest ballroom in the city and find out why it was such a popular gathering spot for the Russian elite in the times of Alexander I. Learn the personal history of renowned jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé and be wowed by more than 4000 exhibits created by him and the fellow master craftspeople of...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the visit to the Faberge Museum and nearby sites on Nevsky Prospekt . My guide Alexandra Vladimirova was extremely knowledgeable & explained the history of the Museum and its many art pieces very well. I would definately recommend this tour to other visitors interested in seeing the evolution of Russian history through the exquisite pieces of art, jewellery, sculptures & paintings over the centuries and the European multi-cultural influence on Russia's cultural history.

  • St. Petersburg: Faberge Museum with River and Canal Cruise

    6. St. Petersburg: Faberge Museum with River and Canal Cruise

    The Faberge Museum is located in the expensive interiors of the Shuvalov Palace on the Fontanka River embankment. Most of the museum exhibits contain masterpieces of jewelry craftsmanship. The heart of the collection is Faberge eggs, created in the period of 1885 to 1917. The museum has more than 4,000 exhibits and is located on an area of 50,500 square feet. Following the visit to the museum, head off on a one-hour cruise along the rivers and canals of Northern Venice. Marvel at breathtaking panoramas, palaces, cathedrals, and architectural ensembles all from a new and unique perspective. You can take the boat ride in any weather, as you can always wrap yourself in a blanket on the upper deck or go down to the warm indoor deck.

  • St. Petersburg: Guided Walk, Faberge Museum and Boat Tour

    7. St. Petersburg: Guided Walk, Faberge Museum and Boat Tour

    Start the day with a 3-hour walking tour to see many symbols of the city, such as Nevsky Prospect, the Kazan Cathedral, and the three central squares (St. Isaac's, Senate and Palace). Then, enjoy panoramic views of the city’s many bridges and the River Neva from the Promenade des Anglais. Next, stop at the Fabergé Museum for a guided visit. See masterpieces of jewelry craftsmanship, housed in the refined interiors of the Shuvalov Palace on the Fontanka River Embankment.  You’ll enjoy a stop for lunch in a local restaurant, before boarding a boat for a 1-hour boat trip. See St. Petersburg’s bridges, canals, palaces and cathedrals from a different perspective.

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 81 reviews

Our guide Katya was absolutely punctual. She was very friendly and had very good knowledge of the museum. Her English was excellent and she was always ready to help with pictures. The Faberge museum is new, opened only in 2013, but it is a must-visit. The pieces of jewellery and other artefacts by the Faberge company and some other great jewellers of Russia are mind-boggling. The beauty and intricate artwork is just wow. Piece de resistance was the royal easter eggs. I had heard about them, but seeing them is something totally different.

There were two of us and we chose a private tour which turned out to be magical! Our guide, Elena, transported us to another era, in this magnificent house, and brings to life the wonderful objects before us, giving them back their history and their value. We could no longer imagine a successful visit to this museum without Elena. Almost two hours which appeared two minutes. Thank you Elena, who does not hesitate to speak about other places in Saint Petersburg either and advise in all areas

Fascinating tour. Guide was knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. The ownwe of the agency made sure that we were able to meet the guide and followed up with assistance on a couple of other things. Definitely would repeat this experience and work with this agency.

Elena was great company and although it was just my wife and I who were shown around which made it a fairly expensive visit (over (£100) it was a brilliant afternoon and to top it off Elena made some great recommendations.

Really very good and organized

It makes it much easier for us to visit museums and tours.