Nabokov HouseCurrently Closed
- Address: ул. Большая Морская, 47, St Petersburg, Russia, 190000, Saint Petersburg
- Timings: 11:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +7-8123154713
- Ticket Price: 100 RUB
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, History Museum, Family And Kids, Arts And Crafts
Nabokov House - Review
Originally noted for being the birthplace of Vladimir Nabokov, this house currently houses the Nabokov museum in the first floor. The point of interest about this house and museum is that most of the parts of the house that are used as the museum were places of meeting for the Constitutional Democratic Party.
Although there are numerous original memorabilia from the Nabokov House, today the museum is also dedicated to articles and artifacts that inspired Nabokov in his own life. Russian history enthusiasts are encouraged to check this place out for its rich history.
Nabokov House Information
- Among the original exhibits are the Dining room, Phone room, Library, Kitchen and Committee Room.
How To reach Nabokov House by Public Transport
- Nevsky Prospekt station
Restaurants Near Nabokov House
- Soviet Cafe Kvartirka
- Russian Cat Restaurant
- Eclectic cuisine
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18.84% of people who visit Saint Petersburg include Nabokov House in their plan
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42.02% of people start their Nabokov House visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Nabokov House
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Nabokov House, Saint Petersburg Reviews
Interesting museum if you're a fan of Nabokov, they have in exhibition pictures, first editions of many of his books, magazines and a curious collection of butterflies, one of the hobbies of this great writer. The best part... The museum is free.
If you visit Saint Petersburg due cultural interests, this is a place not to miss. The house where writer Vladimir Nabokov was birth and lived. Unluckily not all the building is a museum, but the main rooms. Objects, books, clothes, all related to the autor of "Lolita". The entrance es free. Info and attention in Russian.
Surreal experience.. The museum has more artefacts related to his lepidopteristic career though
my favorite writer