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Located in the very center of St. Petersburg, opposite Palace Square
Panoramic restaurant serving European cuisine with a Russian accent
Tea ceremony with a view of the Hermitage
Breakfast buffet with a wide range of dishes
Underground parking on site
24-hour room service
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The State Hermitage Museum

The State Hermitage Museum

The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg occupies a place of honor, located in the former Imperial palace. Exhibitions change regularly, allowing visitors to admire each of the three million works of art, including works by Rembrandt and Picasso.

The State Hermitage Museum has a collection of about three million works of art and monuments of world culture. It includes paintings, graphics, sculptures and objects of applied art, archaeological finds and numismatic material.

1764 is considered the date of the Hermitage's foundation, when Catherine II acquired a collection of paintings from the Berlin merchant I.E. Gotzkowsky. The museum celebrates its founding day annually on December 7 – St. Catherine's Day.

The Hermitage is:

  • The main museum complex, Palace Embankment, 32-38;
  • Winter Palace;
  • The Small Hermitage;
  • The Old (Big) Hermitage;
  • Hermitage Theatre;
  • The New Hermitage;
  • Spare house of the Winter Palace;
  • The main headquarters, Palace Square, 6-8;
  • Menshikov Palace, Universitetskaya Embankment, 15;
  • Winter Palace of Peter the Great, 34 Dvortsovaya Embankment;
  • Museum of the Imperial Porcelain Factory, 151 Obukhovskaya Oborona Avenue;
  • Restoration and Conservation Center "Staraya Derevnya", Zausadebnaya Street, 37;
  • Stock Exchange, Exchange Square, 4;

For more information about the exhibitions, see here: www.hermitagemuseum.org