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.

  • Razliv Museum Center near St Petersburg, Russia
    Razliv Museum Center near St. Petersburg
  • Collection of the Razliv Museum Center in St Petersburg, Russia
    Collection of the Razliv Museum Center
Address:Razliv (village), 3, Ulitsa Yemelyanova
Open:Thursday to Tuesday, 11 am to 6 pm. Closed Wednesdays.
Telephone:+7 (812) 437-3098
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)