The Shed Museum


«The Shed» Museum was opened for visitors in 1925.

It is located on the eastern bank of the lake Razliv and recreates one of the last hideaways of Vladimir Lenin. The leader of Soviet revolution was forced into looking for a secret shelter, being persecuted by the police in July 1917.

Here, in this little village he was hidden by N. A. Emelianov, a worker of Sestroretsk Armory plant - first in a shed and then in a nearby field.

Maslenitsa, a folk festival of spring greeting in The Shed museum

On February 29 "The Shed" museum in Razliv, a town in a St. Petersburg suburb invites to a folk festival

Free with
St Petersburg Card
Normal Ticket Price: 200 RUB

3, Emelyanova Street, Razliv village, Sestroretsk

Getting there:
from “Ploshchad Lenina” metro station -minibus 400; from “Chyornaya Rechka” metro station - bus 211, minibus 425, 417; Finland Station. Sestroretsk direction. Stop: train platform «Tarhovka»

+7 (812) 434-61-45


Open hours:
10.00 - 18.00 on workdays, 11.00 - 18.00 on holidays, tickets until 17.30; 01.06 - 31.09: 10.00 -19.00, tickets until 18.30; Closed: Wednesday

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