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The Anichkov Palace is one of the oldest building's on Nevsky Prospekt.
The Menshikov Palace was the first building made of stone in the growing city of St. Petersburg. Today a museum hosting a vast collection of European and Russian art from the early 18th century. Find out more!
The Marble Palace is a unique architectural monument of the second half of the 18th century offering various temporary exhibitions and impressive decorative interiors. Find out more!
The Mikhailovsky Palace is a stunning Empire-style building with charming gardens on the banks of the Moika River. Centrally located, the palace has for more than a century housed the main collections of the State Russian Museum. Find out more!
If visiting in February are you able to leave coats and walking boots at the cloakroom (and change into shoes)