Our advantages
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
Wellness Center

The Russian Museum

The Russian Museum

Russian Russian Museum is the world's largest museum of Russian art, a unique architectural and artistic complex in the historical center of St. Petersburg.

The Russian Museum exhibits almost 400,000 individual works. Here you can see not only paintings and sculptures, but also decorative and applied art, household items, coins and medals.

The main retrospective exhibition of the museum is located in the Mikhailovsky Palace (architect Karl Rossi, 1819-1825), built for the son of Emperor Paul I, Grand Duke Mikhail Pavlovich, and in the Benois building, originally built as an exhibition pavilion of the Academy of Arts (architects L.N.Benois and I.S.Ovsyannikov. 1914-1919)

The total area of the museum is currently more than 30 hectares. The collection is housed in buildings that are outstanding architectural monuments of the XVIII–XIX centuries: Mikhailovsky, Stroganov, Marble Palaces and Mikhailovsky Castle. The museum complex also includes the Mikhailovsky Garden, the Summer Garden with the Summer Palace of Peter I and the house of Peter I.

The Russian Museum today is an extensive museum complex, the largest authoritative research, restoration, conservation and methodological center overseeing the work of all art museums in the country.

For more information about the exhibitions, see here: www.rusmuseum.ru