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Stroganov Palace

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Nevskiy Ave., 17, St. Petersburg 191186, Russia
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Reviewed 4 August 2016

Just on the corner of Nevsky prospekt and the Bolshaya Moika canal you could easily miss this pink palace.this would be apathy for in a city with many huge museums this reflects a smaller perspective ,delivering a good experience of St Petrsburgh life amongst the...More

2  Thank jame m
Reviewed 30 July 2016

The Stroganov Palace is easy to find, being right on Nevsky Prospekt, and unmissably pink. It is now a museum with a stunning, opulent interior. One room had floor to ceiling mirrors set between granite columns with chandeliers hanging between them. It was only when...More

3  Thank Aussieeod
Reviewed 6 July 2016

Beautiful palace right on a corner where one of the canals meets Nevsky Prospekt. There's a big gift shop by where you purchase tickets if you're looking for souvenirs too. Once you buy your tickets you go upstairs to the palace--I don't remember if I...More

Thank HMKaren
Reviewed 2 July 2016 via mobile

Out the package entrance for the three museums I must say this is the one I liked the most! The other museums were more like an art gallery while in this one you can actually appreciate what the rooms looked like back then. The building...More

Thank Cecilia D
Reviewed 22 June 2016

Legend has it that the beef stroganoff dish was invented at Stroganov Palace. Count Pavel Alexandrovich Stroganoff did not have any teeth so this dish was developed so he could enjoy beef without teeth!!! The Palace is on Nevskiy and is hard to miss as...More

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Reviewed 7 April 2016 via mobile

After seeing several palaces where the Russian Royals lived, it was interesting to compare how a wealthy businessman lived.

Thank Barry H
Reviewed 5 April 2016

This place isn't well known to a general public as a museum yet, so you may enjoy a very calm athmosphere and a few other visitors which could disturb you. Thought not yet completely restored even existsing areas demonstrate splendor comparable to the Winter Palace....More

Thank Pawel_Izhewsky
Reviewed 20 September 2015 via mobile

This is included if you buy the complete Russian Museum ticket. The building itself is beautiful from the outside, best viewed from across the river. The inside is interesting as well, especially seeing a palace not owned by the royal family. My favorite rom was...More

Thank USCKaboom
Reviewed 10 September 2015

Had a dinner at Stroganoff Palace. What an experience. Tje food was good, not super, but good. They prefer you to have a set menu. During the evening they show you a secret place where Stroganoff's had their wines and other stuff. And of course...More

2  Thank Rita T
Reviewed 9 June 2015 via mobile

Made by famous Italian architect Rastrelli, Stroganov Palace embodies the very idea of grandeur of the 19th century Russian Empire. Not big in size, compared to the Russian Museum or the Hermitage, Stroganov palace, however, manages to catch your eye right from the first minute...More

1  Thank Alex P
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