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St.Petersburg Card provides free admission to 80+ attractions of the city and suburbs for 2, 3, 5 or 7 days
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(in English and Russian languages) helps you to plan your most favorable individual route
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St. Petersburg Card saves your money and time!

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St.Petersburg Card includes 80+ most interesting attractions

You can easily find the most interesting places of St. Petersburg here and in our guide.

See a list of world-known museums, not to mention less famous, but very attractive ones.

Saint Isaac’s Cathedral

The cathedral was built in honor of St. Isaac of Dalmatia, a patron of the Emperor Peter the Great. The main temple of the Russian Empire got recognition as the most expensive church in Europe at that time. You will be admired by its magnificent decoration. The cathedral is the largest acting Orthodox church in St. Petersburg, and a museum.

Free entry with St. Petersburg Card

The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood

The temple was constructed in memory of the Emperor Alexander II, who was mortally wounded in an attempted assassination that took place at this site. The church was built with the money raised all over the Russian Empire. You will notice that this place has an unique flavor: a solemn atmosphere of the Orthodox Church mixed with sad aura typical for a site of the tragedy.

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Hop on hop off bus tour

The route to the most beautiful places of the historical center of St. Petersburg on double-decker buses with an audio guide will be the perfect start of your acquaintance with the Northern capital of Russia. This is hop-on hop-off bus tour: you can make a stop anywhere.

Free travel at City Sightseeing with St. Petersburg Card

Boat Tours

You can get an impressive view of the historical center of St.Petersburg from the water: magnificent embankments, open-work fences, huge drawbridges and ancient small bridges. You will understand why St. Petersburg is called the “Northern Venice”. A night-time boat trip along the rivers and canals of the Northern capital will help you to appreciate its beauty.

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Peter and Paul Fortress

The fortress was built in accordance with the plan of the Emperor Peter the Great and a French engineer Joseph-Gaspard Lambert de Guerin. It was always used as the main political prison of the Russian Empire. As you enter the prison of the Peter and Paul Fortress you will feel the coldness and dampness of the dungeon of the emperial times.

Free entry with St. Petersburg Card

Cruiser Aurora

The cruiser Aurora is tightly linked to the history of the October Revolution in Russia: a blank shot from its gun signaled the start of the assault of the Winter Palace in 1917. In 2017, Aurora returned to the parking lot after a large-scale restoration. Visit the legendary cruiser and feel the revolutionary spirit that captured the sailors of Aurora on the day when the history of Russia was being made.

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Peterhof

The imperial summer residence “Peter’s Court” was built to honor the victory in the Northern War between Russia and Sweden and Russia’s breakthrough to the Baltic Sea. Peterhof is famous for its fountains: there are more than 150 water structures. Walk through Peterhof Lower park on a hot summer day and enjoy the coolness of the fountains. The most brave ones can try the favorite fun of courtiers of Peter’s the Great time – joy fountains.

Free entry to the Lower Park + a one-way ticket for hydrofoil with St. Petersburg Card

The Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines

The museum collection includes more than 50 working Soviet arcade machines created in the 1970-1980s. Visitors can destroy ships in the Sea Battle, participate in motor racing on Highway or hit targets in the Sniper. It is like time travel: you will see how Soviet teenagers grew up.

Free entry with St. Petersburg Card

Scale model museum Petrovskaya Aquatoria

The scale model includes the most significant buildings that appeared on the banks of the Neva and the Gulf of Finland in the 18th century. It is executed  in the scale of 1:87. All objects, even now lost, look the same as almost three centuries ago. You can easily imagine that you are floating through St. Petersburg that no longer can be seen.

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Tsarskoye Selo

The ceremonial imperial summer residence Tsarskoe Selo was built by the order of Emperor Peter the Great as a gift to his wife, Catherine I. Catherine Palace is famous for its rich interiors among which stands out the Amber Room, one of the world wonders. Walk the endless parkways and find yourself in the stillnes of nature on the shore of the ponds like three empresses did before you – Catherine I, Elizabeth and Catherine II.

Free entry to Catherine Park with St. Petersburg Card

The State Russian Fine Art Museum

The museum boasts of the world biggest collection of Russian fine art. More than 400 thousand exhibits cover historical periods from the 10th to the 21st centuries. You can be sure you will not miss a school, movement or a trend from the history of Russian art. Ancient Orthodox icons, classical paintings, Soviet avant-garde are in the list of what you see in the museum.

Free entry with St. Petersburg Card

The Zoological Museum

The museum was formed when it was decided to divide the collection of the Kunstkamera. There are rare exhibits: dummy horse and dog of the Emperor Peter the Great. When the Tsar’s pets died he ordered to make their dummies to keep their memory. The museum have dummies of rare animals that inhabit Russia. You will feel like a traveler exploring the wildest corners of a huge country.

Free entry with St. Petersburg Card

The Russian Museum of Ethnography

The museum was founded as an ethnographic department of the Russian Museum, by order of the Emperor Nicholas II in memory of his father, Alexander III. The museum collection contains culture items of 157 nations living of the Russian Empire: national costumes and household objects. You can imagine you are visiting houses of different nations of Russia and learn about their unique traditions.

Free entry with St. Petersburg Card

St. Michael’s Castle

The Imperial Palace is named after the church of the Archangel Michael that is situated in the castle. The Emperor Paul I had a title of the Grand Master of the Order of Malta, so on his order all his palaces were called “castles” as a reference to the medieval knights’ culture. You will feel the mystical atmosphere and intrigues typical for this place for it was here where the Emperor Paul I met his death. People say his ghost still haunts the castle.

Free entry with St. Petersburg Card

The cabin of Peter the Great

The cabin is the first building in St. Petersburg. Carpenters made this small wooden house in just three days. The Emperor Peter the Great had lived there for five years: it was here where the plan of the Northern capital of Russia was prepared. Take a chance to a peer at how the history was done  (literally): guests are not allowed into the house, but they can look inside through windows of the cabin.

Free entry with St. Petersburg Card

Pavlovsk

The Imperial summer residence Pavlovsk is famous for its landscape park. It was decided to build it in harmony with nature: trees were selected to complement each other, even the time when leaves on trees begin to turn yellow was taken into account. Enjoying a walk through lush vegetation and crystal clear ponds, you will imbue with a charm of idle lifestyle of nobility living in the country.

Free entry to Pavlovsk Palace and Park with St.Petersburg Card 

Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art

The name of a private museum of modern art stands for “era arta”, which means “era of art”. The collection includes more than 2800 works of contemporary artists. Annually Erarta holds more than 50 exhibitions. You will tackle the most modern trends in art and feel the pulse of creative life of St. Petersburg.

Free entry with St. Petersburg Card

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  • I’m very glad that I bought  St Petersburg cards for my family. The card gives an opportunity to get access to almost all museums in the city. I’m impressed how many useful things are included!

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    22.07.2017
  • We took cards for 3 days. We were really active to manage to see everything that we planned))) But it was worth it! We wouldn’t even know about most of interesting places without the St.Pete’s card. Special thanks for separate book office for card holders! You’d rather have more! Discounts for additional excursions and restaurants were fun, too.

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