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Museums in St. Petersburg suburbs and Leningrad Oblast

Monument to the Heroic Defenders of Leningrad

This magnificent monument at the southern entrance to St. Petersburg has a museum underneath that combines video and audio installations in a stirring if slightly dated manner.

Address:Ploschad Pobedy (Victory Square)
Metro:Moskovskaya
Open:Thursday to Monday, 11 am to 6 pm, Tuesday, 11 am to 5 pm
Closed:Wednesday and the last Tuesday of each month
Phone:+7 (812) 371-2951
Website:http://www.spbmuseum.ru/themuseum/museum_complex/monument_lenigrad/
Admission:RUB 120.00. Children/students: RUB 70.00. Free admission on Memorial days: Jan 25, Feb 23, May 9th.
Accessibility note:Some wheelchair access is available. There is a wheelchair lift but appointments should be made one week in advance.

Museum of Civil Aviation

Not far from Pulkovo Airport, this rather dated museum has documents and artefacts dating back to the very earliest flights in Russia, but is only of interest to true enthusiasts.

Address:38, Ulitsa Pilotov
Metro:Moskovskaya
Open:Daily from 10am to 4.30pm
Closed:Weekends
Phone:+7 (812) 704-1520
Website:http://www.museum.ru/M212
Admission:Visit by prior appointment only.
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Pulkovo Observatory

Situated in a splendid 19th century building not far from the airport, this little-known museum has a rich history, and a reasonable collection of astronomic instruments from the last two centuries.

Address:65, Pulkovskoe Shosse
Metro:Moskovskaya
Open:Visit by prior appointment only, Monday to Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm and after 7 pm.
Closed:Sundays
Phone:+7 (812) 946-5915
Website:http://www.gao.spb.ru/russian/museum/astromus.html
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Museum of Porcelain

Attached to the Imperial Porcelain Factory, this branch of the Hermitage draws on the museum's huge collection of historic crockery, statuettes and vases, and also has interesting workshops.

Address:151, Prospekt Obukhovskoi Oborony
Metro:Lomonosovskaya
Open:Tuesday to Saturday, 10:30am to 6pm. Last admission at 5pm. Sundays, 10:30am to 5pm. Last admission at 4pm.
Closed:Monday
Phone:+7 (812) 326-2672. For factory tours: +7 (812) 326-5378
Admission:RUB 300.00. Children/students: free.
Accessibility note:This museum is not wheelchair accessible. Some access for visitors with limited mobility: there is an elevator/lift, but stairs at the very entrance might be a hurdle.

Sampsonievsky Cathedral (St. Sampson Cathedral)

One of St. Petersburg's oldest and most beautiful churches, this distant cathedral is worth seeking out, and houses a fine collection of religious art and church decorations.

Address:41, Bolshoy Sampsonievsky Prospekt
Metro:Vyborgskaya
Open:Daily 11 am to 7 pm. Last admission is at 6 pm.
Phone:+7 (812) 314-2168
Website:http://eng.cathedral.ru/sampsonievskii_sobor/
Admission:Free. Audio-guide (in Russian, English, German, French, Italian or Spanish): RUB 100.00.
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:The church is wheelchair accessible (special ramps were installed)

Children's Historical Museum and Center

The educational centre of the Museum of Political History is situated in a beautiful wooden house on the northern outskirts that played a key role in the history of the October Revolution.

Address:13, Bolotnaya Ulitsa
Metro:Ploshchad Muzhestva
Open:Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 6 pm. Last admission at 5 pm. Fridays, 10 am to 5 pm. Last admission at 4 pm.
Closed:Saturdays and Sundays
Phone:+7 (812) 297-4259
Website:http://www.polithistory.ru/
Admission:Adult: RUB 210.00. Children/students: RUB 90.00
Photo and video:Photo/video: RUB 100.00
Accessibility note:The lower two floors of museum building are wheelchair accessible. Prior appointment is advisable.

Museum of Submarine Corps of Russia

Unless you're really excited by submarines, it's probably not worth trekking all this way to see a pleasant but unremarkable museum designed for Soviet school kids.

Address:83, bld. 1, Kondratyevsky Prospekt
Metro:Ploschad Lenina, Ploschad Muzhestva
Open:Tuesday to Sunday, 11 am to 6 pm.
Closed:Mondays
Phone:+7 (812) 543-6191
Website:http://www.museum.ru/M1999
Admission:Adults: RUB 120.00. Children/Students: RUB 60.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 100.00 Video: RUB 200.00
Accessibility note:This museum is partially fitted for wheelchair access (rampat the entrance was installed)

Museum of Anna Akhmatova and the Silver Age

Left in the shadows by the Akhmatova Museum in the Fountain House, this enthusiastic but old-fashioned collection was long the only monument to the great poet in St. Petersburg.

Address:14, Avtovskaya Ulitsa
Metro:Avtovo
Open:Monday to Friday, 10 am to 6 pm. Saturday, 10 am to 4:30 pm.
Closed:Sundays
Phone:+7 (812) 785-0442
Website:http://www.museum.ru/M189
Admission:RUB 30.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Narvskaya Zastava Local History Museum (Narvskaya Outpost)

This museum charts the history of one of St. Petersburg's most interesting districts, inhabited long before the founding of the city, the site of several major factories, and the front line during WW2.

Address:23, Ulitsa Ivana Chernykh
Metro:Narvskaya
Open:Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 5 pm. Fridays: 10 am to 4 pm. Saturdays: by appointment only.
Closed:Sundays
Phone:+7 (812) 252-1341
Website:http://narvskaya-zastava.ru/
Admission:RUB 60.00. Children/Students: RUB 30.00
Photo and video:No photography permitted.
Accessibility note:The museum is wheelchair accessible, with wide door-frames. Entry ramp is not visitor-operated (staff assistance required - please call in advance)

Museum of the History of Kronshtadt

A typical local museum with collections assembled by local enthusiasts, its displays, housed in Russia's oldest water tower, tell the history of this small naval town and its fleet.

Address:Kronstadt, 2, Leningradskaya Ulitsa
Open:Daily 11 am to 5 pm.
Phone:+7 (812) 435-0873
Website:http://www.museum.ru/M1993
Admission:Adults: RUB 100.00. Children: RUB 50.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Penaty Estate Museum of Ilya Repin

This house in the seaside suburban named after him was the home of Ilya Repin, the great naturalist painter, for 30 years. It contains 600 of his works, as well as ancient film reel of the artist.

Address:Repino (town), 411, Primorskoe Shosse
Open:ednesday to Sunday, 10:30 am to 5 pm.
Closed:Mondays and Tuesdays
Phone:+7 (812) 432-0834
Website:http://eng.nimrah.ru/musrepin/
Admission:Adults: RUB 100.00. Children/Students: RUB 30.00
Photo and video:RUB 100.00
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Razliv Museum Center

In 1917, wanted by the police, Vladimir Lenin was forced into hiding with a family of workers in this little village, first in a shed and then in a nearby field. This museum has recreated these two hideaways.

Address:Razliv (village), 3, Ulitsa Yemelyanova
Open:Thursday to Tuesday, 11 am to 6 pm.
Closed:Wednesdays
Phone:+7 (812) 437-3098
Website:http://razlivmuseum.spb.ru
Admission:Makeshift shelter of hay: RUB 80.00. The barn: RUB 80.00. Audio-guide: RUB 100.00
Photo and video:RUB 20.00
Accessibility note:The museum is wheelchair accessible (ramps are available)

Zelenogorsk Museum of Retro Cars

This museum in the seaside suburb of Zelenogorsk is organized by the same people as Horse Power in St. Petersburg, but has more space to show off their collection of old Soviet and imported cars.

Address:Zelenogorsk (town), Park of Culture and Leisure
Open:Tuesday to Sunday, 11 am to 7 pm.
Closed:Mondays
Phone:+7 (812) 956-9024
Admission:RUB 200.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Narva Triumphal Gate

This magnificent triumphal arch was built in 1834 to commemorate victory over Napoleon. It has an exhibition hall - part of the Museum of Urban Sculpture - used for regular military-themed exhibitions.

Address:1, Ploschad Stachek
Metro:Narvskaya
Open:Wednesday to Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm.
Closed:Mondays and Tuesdays
Phone:+7 (812) 786-9782
Website:http://www.gmgs.ru/
Admission:RUB 100.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Museum of the History of Brewing

Located in Russia's oldest brewery, the museum has a huge collection of antique packaging materials, gives a history of brewing and of the brewery, and offers guests the chance to try their product.

Address:11, Ulitsa Stepana Razina
Metro:Narvskaya, Baltiyskaya
Open:Wednesday and Friday, 11 am to 5 pm. Entrance to the museum is only possible as part of an organized tour group. Photo ID (Passport) is required.
Closed:Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
Phone:+7 (812) 331-1212
Website:http://www.razin.ru/beermuseum.html
Admission:Free
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible (stairs).

Metro Museum

A chance to see the workings of the metro system, this small new museum has some fun hands-on displays, and interesting archive material about original unimplemented plans for the metro.

Address:29, Ulitsa Odoevskogo
Metro:Primorskaya
Open:Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 4 pm. Fridays, 10 am to 2 pm. Admission is with organized groups. Prior appointment is highly advisable.
Closed:Saturdays and Sundays
Phone:+7 (812) 301-9899
Website:http://www.metro.spb.ru/muzei.html
Admission:Admission is free. Photo ID (Passport) is required.
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Nevskaya Zastava Local History Museum (Nevskaya Outpost)

Another of the numerous small and mostly forgotten museums devoted to the life of Lenin. In this little wooden house, Vladimir Ilyich led a Marxist circle for local workers in the 1890s.

Address:23, Novo-Aleksandrovskaya Ulitsa
Metro:Proletarskaya
Open:Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 6 pm. Fridays, 10 am to 5pm.
Phone:+7 (812) 262-1810
Website:http://www.museum.ru/M197
Admission:RUB 10.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Konstantinovsky Palace in Strelna

Now used for important state meetings and summits, this historic palace, home to a minor branch of the Imperial family, also holds some collections from the Hermitage archives.

Address:57, Sankt-Peterburgskoye Shosse (Highway), Strelna (settlement)
Open:Thursday to Tuesday, 10am to 6pm. Last admission at 5pm. Visits only with organized groups and by prior appointment.
Closed:Wednesdays
Phone:+7 (812) 438-5360
Website:http://www.konstantinpalace.ru
Admission:RUB 350.00
Photo and video:RUB 150.00
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Local History Museum of the Town of Lomonosov

This small local museum has displays about the life and achievements of polymath Mikhail Lomonosov, as well as a recreation of a turn-of-the-century apartment, and a lot of historic photos.

Address:25, Eleninskaya Ulitsa, Lomonosov (town)
Open:Monday to Friday, 11 am to 5 pm. Last admission at 4 pm.
Closed:Weekends
Phone:+7 (812) 422-3947
Website:http://www.museum.ru/M192
Admission:Free
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

State Hermitage Museum Restoration and Storage Center in Staraya Derevnya

This hi-tech modern facility is used to store much of the Hermitage's large and priceless archives, and to display items that don't fit into any of the museum's exhibition spaces.

Address:37, Zausadebnaya Ulitsa
Metro:Staraya Derevnya
Open:Tours begin at 11am, 1pm, 1.30pm and 3.30pm, Wednesday to Saturday.
Closed:Mondays and Tuesdays
Phone:+7 (812) 340-1071, +7 (812) 340-1026
Photo and video:Sorry, no photography and video allowed.
Accessibility note:This museum is wheel-chair accessible. Please call in advance.

Pavel P. Chistyakov House Museum

The wooden house belonging to this pioneer of realist painting in Pushkin is a traditional house museum, with several of the artist's minor works and personal effects.

Address:23, Moskovskoye Shosse, Pushkin (town)
Open:Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am to 5 pm.
Closed:Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
Phone:+7 (812) 451-7085
Website:http://eng.nimrah.ru/muschist/
Admission:Adults: RUB 70.00. Children and students: RUB 30.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Historical Literary Museum of Pushkin Town

This local museum in Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo) is dedicated to the town's importance not only for Alexander Pushkin, but for many other writers and poets who lived there at various times.

Address:28, Leontievskaya Ulitsa, Pushkin (town)
Open:Saturday to Wednesday, 10 am to 5 pm.
Closed:Thursdays and Fridays
Phone:+7 (812) 466-5510
Admission:Adults: RUB 40.00. Children and students: RUB 20.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Lycee in Tsarskoye Selo

Alexander Pushkin was in the first year intake for the prestigious Imperial Lycee. This museum, opened to mark the school's 200th anniversary, tells the story of the great poet's school years.

Address:2, Sadovaya Ulitsa, Pushkin (town)
Open:Wednesday to Monday, 10:30 am to 6 pm. Last admission at 5 pm.
Closed:Tuesdays and the last Friday of the month
Phone:+7 (812) 476-6411
Website:http://www.museumpushkin.ru/info/memorial-museum-lyceum.html
Admission:Adults: RUB 200.00. Children: RUB 60.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 50.00 Video: RUB 150.00
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Museum-Dacha of Alexander Pushkin

Pushkin rented rooms in this wooden house in 1831, and entertained among others Nikolay Gogol and Vasiliy Zhukovsky. Attempts have been made to recreate the interiors of the time.

Address:2/19, Pushkinskaya Ulitsa, Pushkin (town)
Open:Wednesday to Sunday, 10:30 am to 6 pm. Last admission is at 5:30 pm.
Closed:Monday and Tuesday
Phone:+7 (812) 476-6990
Website:http://www.museumpushkin.ru
Admission:Adults: RUB 100.00. Children, students: RUB 30.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 50.00 Video: RUB 150.00
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Tsarskoselskaya Collection Museum

This small art museum in Pushkin has a reasonably rich collection of Russian painting and sculpture from the 1910s up to the present day.

Address:40, Magazeynaya Ulitsa, Pushkin (town)
Open:Thursday to Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm.
Closed:Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Phone:+7 (812) 466-0460
Website:http://www.museum.ru/M2545
Admission:Adults: RUB 50.00. Children and students: RUB 20.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery

This immensely moving monument to those who died during the horrific 900-day Siege of Leningrad, around 500 000 of whom are buried here, has two pavilions with photo and documentary testimony.

Address:72, Prospekt Nepokorennykh
Metro:Ploschad Muzhestva
Open:Museum pavilion is open daily, 9 am to 6 pm. The grounds of the cemetery are open 9 am to 6 pm (during cold months) and 9 am to 9 pm (during warm months)
Phone:+7 (812) 297-5716
Website:http://www.pmemorial.ru/
Admission:Free admission to the grounds and museum pavilion
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Grounds are partially wheel-chair accessible.

Oreshek (Schlisselburg) Fortress

This island fortress at the mouth of Lake Ladoga was a political prison for over a century, holding Decembrists and members of the anarchist Pepole's Will, among others.

Address:Shlisselburg, Leningrad Region
Open:Daily from 01 May to 31 October (while ferries can operate). 10 am to 6 pm.
Phone:+7 (81362) 74-104
Website:http://www.spbmuseum.ru/themuseum/museum_complex/oreshek_fortress/
Admission:Adults: RUB 180.00. Schoolchildren: RUB 80.00. Ferries from Schlisselburg pier to the fortress: Adults: RUB 250.00. Children: RUB 200.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible. Access to the grounds is difficult for limited mobility visitors (have to board a very basic ferry to reach the island).

Priyutino Estate Museum

One of the few surviving suburban estates from the 19th century, this house belonged to the president of the Academy of Arts, and has been restored to look more or less as it did in his day.

Address:Vsevolozhsk, Leningrad Region
Metro:
Open:Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm. Visits to this museum are only possible with guided tour and by prior appointment.
Closed:Mondays and Tuesdays and the last Friday of the month.
Phone:+7 (81370) 2-9500
Website:http://www.museum.ru/M251
Admission:RUB 5.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible. The grounds of the estate are wheelchair accessible.

The Postal Clerk's House

Carefully recreating the atmosphere and appearances of the early 19th century, this house pays homage to Pushkin's description of his visit to the postal clerk's house.

Address:Vyra (village), Gatchina District, Leningrad Region
Open:Wednesday to Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm.
Closed:Mondays and Tuesdays
Phone:+7 (81371) 62-158, 62-338
Website:http://history-gatchina.ru/estate/stmaster/
Admission:Adults: RUB 120.00. Students: RUB 50.00
Photo and video:RUB 20.00
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible. The groundsare wheelchair accessible.

Vyborg Castle Museum

Vyborg's fine 13 the century castle is worth visiting for the views from its tower, and is always bustling with activity, particularly with recreations of medieval battles and the like.

Address:Vyborg (town), Leningrad Region
Open:May 1 to Sept 30: Tuesday to Sunday, 11 am to 7 pm. Last admission at 6:30 pm. October 1 to April 30: Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm. Last admission at 5:30 pm.
Closed:Mondays
Phone:+7 (81378) 215-15
Website:http://www.allmuseums.spb.ru/mus_viborg/general.shtml
Admission:Entrance to Zamkovy Island in the summer: RUB 10.00. Entrance to Local History Museum: RUB 80.00. Entrance to Olof Tower: RUB 70.00. Separate tickets to exhibitions.
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:No wheel-chair access to the buildings. Grounds of the castle provide partial wheel-chair access

Breakthrough of the Siege of Leningrad Museum-Reserve (Proryv Blokady Leningrada)

About 15km from St. Petersburg, this collection of military equipment also features a huge diorama representing the lifting of the horrific Siege of Leningrad.

Address:Maryino (village), Kirovsk District, Leningrad Region
Open:Tuesday to Sunday. 11 am to 6 pm.
Closed:Mondays
Phone:+7 (81362) 207-82, 259-00
Website:http://www.blockade.ru/
Admission:RUB 50.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 50.00 Video: RUB 100.00
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible. The grounds are wheelchair accessible.

Nicholas Roerich Estate Museum

A museum in the former dacha of the world renowned painter, mystic and peace activist, the collection includes several of his Himalayan landscapes

Address:Izvara (village), Volosovo District, Leningrad Region
Metro:
Open:Wednesday to Sunday, 10:30 am to 5:30 pm.
Closed:Mondays and Tuesdays.
Phone:+7 (81373) 73-273
Website:http://www.roerich-izvara.ru/
Admission:RUB 60.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 60.00 Video: RUB 150.00
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible. The grounds of the estate are wheelchair accessible.

Korela Fortress Museum

This fortress, on lands that have changed hands many times over the centuries, dates back to the 1300s, and has a museum charting its Russian, Swedish, and Finnish history.

Address:3, Leningradskoye Shosse, Priozersk (town), Leningrad Region
Open:June 1 to August 31: Daily, 9 am to 7 pm. September 1 to May 31: Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm.
Closed:
Phone:+7 (81379) 37-275
Website:http://www.korelafortess.ru/
Admission:RUB 50.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 30.00 Video: RUB 100.00
Accessibility note:Limited access. Select areas of the grounds only

Rozhdestveno Estate Museum

A museum in a beautiful late 18th century country house that belonged (for one year) to Vladimir Nabokov, and before that to his mother's family.

Address:Rozhdestveno (village), Gatchina District, Leningrad Region
Open:Wednesday to Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm. Admission only with organized tours and by prior appointment.
Closed:Mondays and Tuesdays.
Phone:+7 (81371) 62-158
Website:http://vk.com/museum.rozhdestveno
Admission:Admission to museum and park: RUB 110.00. English tour: RUB 100.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 20.00 Video: RUB 100.00
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Suyda Estate Museum

In part of the country house where Alexander Pushkin's great-grandfather, the Africa slave cum Russian nobleman Abram Gannibal, this museum tells the story of his fascinating life.

Address:1, Tsentralnaya Ulitsa, Suyda (settlement), Gatchina District, Leningrad Region
Open:Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm.
Closed:Mondays and Tuesdays.
Phone:+7 (81371) 58-970
Website:http://radm.gtn.ru/kult/suyda.shtml.htm
Admission:RUB 80.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 30.00 Video: RUB 100.00
Accessibility note:This museum provides partial wheel-chair access (grounds only).

Schlisselburg Local History Museum

This small museum near Oreshek fortress tells the story of a town which was at the centre of fighting first in Peter the Great's wars with Sweden, and then in the defense of Leningrad in WW2.

Address:2a, Fabrichny Ostrov, Schlisselburg (town), Leningrad Region
Open:Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm.
Closed:Saturdays and Sundays.
Phone:+7 (81362) 79-391
Website:http://www.russianmuseums.info/M273
Admission:RUB 20.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 20.00 Video: RUB 30.00
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Staraya Ladoga Historical, Architectural and Archeological Museum-Reserve

One of the oldest settlements in northern Russia, Staraya Ladoga has a 16th century fortress, several historic churches, and exhibitions about the village and its history.

Address:19, Volkhovsky Prospekt, Staraya Ladoga (settlement), Volkhov District, Leningrad Region
Open:May 1 to May 31, daily 9 am to 7 pm. June 1 to Aug 31, daily, 9 am to 6 pm. Sept 1 to October 31, Tuesday to Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm. November 1 to April 30, Tuesday to Sunday, 9 am to 4 pm.
Phone:+7 (81363) 73-524
Website:http://www.ladogamuseum.ru/
Admission:Grounds: RUB 20.00. Museum: RUB 150.00. Church of St. George: RUB 80.00. English language tour: RUB 1000.00 (prior arrangement)
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Indoor exhibits are not wheelchair accessible. The grounds are partially wheelchair accessible.

Ivangorod Fortress Historical, Architectural and Art Museum

Facing Narva Castle across the Estonian border, Ivangorod's impressive 15th century fortress houses an art museum, as well as interactive displays about its architecture and history.

Address:1/6, Kingiseppskoye Shosse, Ivangorod (town), Leningrad Region
Open:Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm.
Closed:Mondays and Tuesdays.
Phone:+7 (81375) 517-92
Website:http://lenoblmus.ru/museum/ivangorodskiy
Admission:Adults: RUB 100.00 Children: RUB 50.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Koporye Fortress Museum

A Novogorodian fort about 100km west of St. Petersburg, Koporye dates back to the mid-13th century, and is one of the most beautiful ruins in the area.

Address:Koporye (vilage), Lomonosov District, Leningrad Region
Open:Spring to Autumn: Monday and Tuesday, 10 am to 4 pm. Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 8 pm. Winter: Monday and Tuesday, 10 am to 3 pm. Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm
Phone:+7 (81376) 50-794
Website:http://www.koporiemuseum.ru/
Admission:Adult: RUB 50.00. Children: RUB 30.00
Photo and video:free/included
Accessibility note:Sorry, this museum is not wheelchair accessible.
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