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Historical theatrical scale model Petrovskaya Akvatoria - is the story of occurrence of the Northern capital and the creation of the Russian fleet in the interactive miniature. Spit of Vasilyevsky Island without Rostral Columns, Menshikov's...more
Malaya Morskaya St., 4/1 | Shopping Center Admiral, St. Petersburg 191186, Russia
For Adults and Children
At least you ll see how Saint Petersbourg looked like on 18 th century
There is a real sense of details
And take your time to activate all the characters
It s funny !
It s located on the 6 floor...More
Its not a major attraction, but rather a nice addition to your visit to St Petersburg. The various sides of life of the city of 18th century are depicted with thousands tiny models of people, animals, buildings and ships. An unusual and fun way to...More
The museum is located on the 6th floor of a business building, near metro station. It is small (less than the size of an apartment), and ticket is expensive compare to most local attractions (450 rubles for entry). The models of historical Petersburg and the...More
Ok, so this is great. Check it out, even before you do anything else as it you will refer to this visit many times as you go to explore the major sights on your visit.
Super cool. A must do, really, if you have kids...More
I did not expect it would so interesting! We spent there 1 hour or even more. Enormous model of old Saint Petersburg with tiny details, ships, people... I'm not sure there are guided tours in English, but I believe there are audioguide, and I recommend...More
A great exhibit in miniature of the history of St Petersburg complete with action figures. Ships sail around the lagoon, troops are drilling, Huge parties at Peterhof, all are there.
It's a little hard to find, on top of a mall building but well worth...More
Just a few things to add to the earlier reviews.
1.Take your time and don't hurry. There's a lot to take in and an hour wouldn't suffice.
2. Take a pair of binoculars (you need to pay 100 rubles for a pair), or else, you...More
We took our time to walk slowly around this model museum of St Petersburg. It helped that we had seen some of the buildings but I also had a greater understanding of the scale of Peterhof which we visited the following day. Not so many...More
This is a live scale model of the first decades of St. Peterbourg during the times of Peter and Catherine the Great, made with big accuracy and attention. Maybe thousands of small figures (builders, soldiers, courtiers, sailors, shipbuilders, hunters, horses, dogs, deers, cats, coaches, ships...More