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Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

The Stroganaov palace is fairly interesting and contains some very beautiful rooms. The main room to see in the palace is the mineral study. There aren't that many huge crowds here which made it very comfortable to be in. This is the type of attraction to visit if you're just killing time or have nothing else to see in the area.

2  Thank Greg H
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Reviewed 8 August 2018

Maybe this had a lot of land around it when built but now it's shoehorned on Nevskiy along with shops and offices, though it is on a corner. It's not particularly grand. We did hear a couple of stories about how Count Stroganov invented beef stroganov from different guides. Notice it when you walk or drive by but that's about it.

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Thank dskid
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Reviewed 6 August 2018 via mobile

It s true , compare to some others palaces
This one is empty, no furniture so the ambiance is less romantique but it still to be interesting
The ballroom is just stunning and the staff is more friendly that the others !

Thank ksarman
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Reviewed 1 August 2018

The palace seems to not be popular with tourists, which is a shame. It is lovely and should be included on more itineraries. It is small, but there is lots of great architecture inside.

Thank thewanderlusthome
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Reviewed 29 July 2018

Its not the prettiest building in SPB, the colour put me off - lots of fine art and porcelain to view. Artifacts of the Russian past.

Thank Howlo
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Reviewed 13 July 2018

We popped into here when we had a free day in St Petersburg in early May. There was not a lot to see inside but it was interesting and we particularly appreciated the fact that it was quiet. We almost had the building to ourselves as there were only a few other people inside at the time. Hence we really got the feeling of being in a palace.

I remember things were explained about the building and I think that was by notice boards in each room as we went around. You will not need long to go into here, but it was fairly cheap and, if I remember correctly, they offered combined tickets with other museums. We just bought the ticket for there as we would not have had time to go into the other places. Well worth popping in if you have the time, and especially if you want respite form the busier places.

Thank TringWirral_England
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Reviewed 18 May 2018 via mobile

This is a modest museum on Nevskiy Prospekt that is worth a look if you are in the area.
Mostly of architectural interest but well decorated and maintained.
There is an elevator to avoid the stairs but the staff are not keen to use it. But if you persist the this makes access easy.

Thank NorthernWanderer0
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Reviewed 3 January 2018 via mobile

You can easily walk past this place and not realise that you can get in. Much of what you see is about the architecture as well as porcelain and painted art. The state romm has a fantastic ceiling. Added bonus was being told off fir being too near a rope, while she was clearly chewing a wasp!

Thank jimnhet
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Reviewed 31 December 2017

Stroganov Palace is situated at 17 Nevskiy Avenue. Easily missed. Pretty impressive building. By the Moika river.

1  Thank hulagirlSurrey
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Reviewed 15 December 2017

One of the most beautiful museums on Nevsky prospect. I love the Empire style in general so it was such a big pleasure for me to walk around the halls of the palace, to look at the marvelous fretwork and listen to the entertaining story being told by the guide. I was also lucky to hear some classical compositions at the end. It turned out that sometimes in the evening they hold concerts there. So cool!

Thank Matt C
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