Memorial Museum Of Leningrad BlockadeCurrently Closed
Built as a commemorative to the victory of the Russians over the Nazi forces, this museum is one of the most important landmarks in the city of Saint Petersburg. Some of the exhibits that are located in the museum can truly bring a tear to the eye.
Focusing on the ‘900 days of siege’ in Saint Petersburg, there are numerous war memorabilia that are present in the two storey museum. People should make it a point to go to this museum on May 9. It is on this day that the city celebrates its Victory Day with a parade marching up to the museum. Also, do not miss the exhibit depicting children’s photos and diaries.
- Also check out the nearby memorial cemetery.
- Last admission is at 4:00 pm.
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18.32% of people who visit Saint Petersburg include Memorial Museum Of Leningrad Blockade in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
50.98% of people start their Memorial Museum Of Leningrad Blockade visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Memorial Museum Of Leningrad Blockade
92.83% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Memorial Museum Of Leningrad Blockade
It is a most informative, interesting and great exhibition. Must too see.
Very impressive and shows real people suffer during was and there will to survive and win the war
Old-fashioned museum in a good way. A very polite controller advised us where to start our tour and mentioned the objects to draw one's attention. And my strong advise even if you speak Russian take an audio-guide - totally worth it!
As of 18th August 2018 this museum remains closed.
The museum is closed for renovations!