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Russian Ethnography Museum

While the British Empire brought together different nations from all over the world, the Russian Empire of the 18th - early 20th century united the peoples who lived on the vast territory between the Baltic Sea in the West and the Pacific Ocean in the East. The lifestyles of all those peoples are reflected in the array of curious artifacts on display at the Ethnography Museum. The collection provides some marvelous insights into the history and culture of Russians, Ukrainians and Belorussians, as well as the peoples and tribes of the Caucasus, Central Asia and Siberia.

  • Imposing building of the Russian Ethnography Museum in St Petersburg, Russia
    Imposing building of the Russian Ethnography Museum
  • Facade decorations of the Russian Ethnography Museum in St Petersburg, Russia
    Facade decorations of the Russian Ethnography Museum
  • Facade decorations of the Russian Ethnography Museum in St Petersburg
    Facade decorations of the Russian Ethnography Museum
  • Collection of the Russian Ethnography Museum in St Petersburg
    Collection of the Russian Ethnography Museum
Address:4/1, Inzhenernaya Ulitsa
Metro:Nevsky Prospekt or Gostiny Dvor
Telephone:+7 (812) 570-5662
Open:Tuesday, 10 am to 9 pm. Last admission is at 8 pm. Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm. Last admission is at 5 pm.
Closed:Monday and the last Friday of each month
Website:http://ethnomuseum.ru/
Admission:Adult: RUB 250.00. Student: RUB 100.00. Children: RUB 50.00
Photo and video:Photo: RUB 150.00 Video: RUB 350.00
Accessibility note:Wheelchair access is available. Elevators at the entrance and within the museum. Please call in advance as staff assistance may be required.
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