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One of two surviving St. Petersburg residences of the monumentally wealthy Yusupov family, the Yusupov Palace on the Moika River is perhaps most famous as the scene of the assassination of Grigory Rasputin, and is one of the few aristocratic homes in the city to have retained many of its original interiors.
The land on which the palace stands, in the south of the historic centre close to the Mariinsky Theatre, was originally the site of a wooden palace belonging to Tsarevna Praskovia Ivanovna, niece of Peter the Great. In the mid-18th century it was bought by Count Peter Shuvalov. In 1770, his heir Andrei Shuvalov commissioned the French architect Jean-Baptiste Vallin de la Mothe, designer of the Small Hermitage, Gostiny Dvor and the Academy of Sciences, to build a new palace on the site. De la Mothe’s building forms the basis of the palace that can be seen today, although various additions and alterations were made by leading architects as the palace changed hands over the years.

Ticket Details

Museum open days and times

Museum hours:

Daily: 11.00-17.00

Price Includes

  • Entry
  • Photo Permit
Address

94,  Naberezhnaya Reki Moiki

Metro: Admiralteyskaya, Sennaya Ploshchad/Sadovaya/Spasskaya

Address:94,  Naberezhnaya Reki Moiki

Metro: Admiralteyskaya, Sennaya Ploshchad/Sadovaya/Spasskaya
Open: Daily 11 am to 5 pm.
Phone: +7 (812) 314-9883

Individual visitors are welcome to see the State Rooms and exhibits with audio-guide (available in Russian, English, French, German, Italian, Finnish and Spanish). Private tours can be arranged in advance.

Accessibility note: Many sections of the palace are wheelchair accessible, except the private rooms and exhibits “Last Owners of the Palace” and “Murder of Rasputin”.

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Red pin is Yusupov Palace

 

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Children must be accompanied by an adult

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