Yusupov Palace On Moika

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  • Address: 94, Naberezhnaya Reki Moiki, St.Petersburg, Russia, Saint Petersburg
  • Timings: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +7-8123149892
  • Ticket Price: 500 RUB
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Historical Site, Palace, Specialty Museums, Heritage Building

Known as the location of the attempted murder of the notorious mystic Rasputin, Yusupov Palace is one of the many estates that the influential family of Yusupov. Built by French architect Jean Baptiste Vallin de la Mothe, the mansion is built luxuriously and holds about 40,000 works of arts. The favourite residence of Felix Yusupov, the most notable feature of the palace is the palatial theatre where often performances and events are held. The ceilings too, are ornately decorated with sculptures and carvings. There is also a display in the palace museum that uses photography, documents, and wax figures to recreate the Rasputin assassination and the following investigation.

  • Many sections of the palace are wheelchair accessible, except the private rooms and exhibits "Last Owners of the Palace" and "Murder of Rasputin".
  • It is advisable to take an English-speaking guide who can explain the information that is mostly in Russian.
  • Photography fee is extra.

  • State room- 500 Rub and Murder of Rasputin Exhibit- 300 Rub.

  • Nearest Metro- Naberezhnaya kanala Griboyedova, DK Svyazi.

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  • Yusupov Palace On Moika Address: 94, Naberezhnaya Reki Moiki, St.Petersburg, Russia, Saint Petersburg
  • Yusupov Palace On Moika Contact Number: +7-8123149892
  • Yusupov Palace On Moika Timing: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Yusupov Palace On Moika Price: 500 RUB
  • Best time to visit Yusupov Palace On Moika(preferred time): 12:00 pm - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Yusupov Palace On Moika: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 51.65% of people who visit Saint Petersburg include Yusupov Palace On Moika in their plan

  • 81.99% of people start their Yusupov Palace On Moika visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Yusupov Palace On Moika

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

88.13% of people prefer walking in order to reach Yusupov Palace On Moika

People normally club together State Academical Mariinsky Theatre and St. Isaac's Cathedral while planning their visit to Yusupov Palace On Moika.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Interesting and impressive building full of history without the jostling crowds found in the other palaces. Very educational and gives a real insight into Russian history. Well worth a visit.

  • Very interesting palace. It is one of the smaller ones. But unlike many of the others this one has a more homely feel. To me the biggest highlight was the home theater and the library. Well worth the visit. Only 4 stars as only the main tour was available. So if you want to see where rasputin was killed you need to take one of the Russian options.

  • Nice to have audio guide of the palace. It is an interesting palace although it is rather small. My favourite room in the drawing room downstairs. For the Rasputin exhibition you need extra ticket to go inside. And bags are not allowed.

  • Decent museum. There are better ones though, so of you miss this it's ok.

  • A lovely palace with some beautifully decorated rooms, there is a very good audio guide available in multiple languages and unlike most audio guides this one doesn't drone on for too long or hinder your progress through the museum. The Yusupov palace was much quieter than some of the other palaces we visited which was a nice change as if you time it right you can avoid all the large cruise tour groups. Some areas were closed for refurbishment whilst we were there and the art gallery exhibit was still being finished however.

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