MUSEUMS, EXHIBITIONS THEATRES, CONCERT HALLS CLUBS GALLERIES STAGES CONCERTS SCREENS MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS THEATRE TICKET AGENCIES RESTAURANT GUIDE RESTAURANTS & CAFES
ACADEMY OF ARTS MUSEUM
ANNA AKHMATOVA MUSEUM AT THE FOUNTAIN HOUSE
Samurai: The Art of War. Decorative art, sculpture, painting, graphics, objects.
May 12 through September 30
ALEXANDER BLOK APARTMENT MUSEUM
ISAAK BRODSKY APARTMENT MUSEUM
LIVE BUTTERFLY MUSEUM
CHALIAPIN MANSION AND MUSEUM OF RUSSIAN OPERA
Boris Chaliapin. Painting.
May 19 through December 9
DECORATIVE AND APPLIED ARTS MUSEUM
NEW! The Godlike Tsarevna. Catherine the Great in the poetry of Gavriil Derzhavin and Alexander Pushkin. Objects.
July 3 through September 25
NEW! Cove. Decorative art.
July 3 through July 13
Money Box Philosophy. Objects.
May 5 through September 9
DOSTOEVSKY APARTMENT MUSEUM
The Logics of Dream: Olga Afanasyeva and Natalya Rozhkova. Collages.
June 6 through June 27
Dostoevsky Day. Photo.
May 18 through July 18
SIGMUND FREUD MUSEUM OF DREAMS
Dreams-Remembrances: Jean-Robert Franco (France). Videoart.
June 10 through July 13
HEROIC DEFENDERS OF LENINGRAD MUSEUM MONUMENT
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY MUSEUM
HISTORY OF RELIGION MUSEUM
NEW! The Private Life of the Virgin Mary. Russian icons, painting, graphics, sculpture.
June 28 through November 19
HISTORY OF ST. PETERSBURG MUSEUM
Permanent Collection The St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, housing the graves of most of the Romanov dynasty; History of the Mint; Museum of Old Petersburg; and more. Exhibits are housed in various locations in the Peter and Paul Fortress. The History of the Trubetsky Bastion Prison 1872-1921: The Peter and Paul Fortress was Imperial St. Petersburgâ€™s main jail and this exhibition tells the story of the famous revolutionaries and opponents of the Tsar who were imprisoned there. The Peter and Paul Cathedral and the Great Princely Necropolis of the House of Romanov: The story of the last resting place of the Romanov Dynasty from Peter the Great to Nicholas II, who was finally reinterred here in 1998.
Auguste Rodin. Sculpture.
June 15 through August 15
Sky Line. Petersburg Panoramas of the 18th to 21st centuries. Graphics, objects, painting.
June 11 through August 31
Conceded to Visit... Photo.
June 8 through September 8
HISTORY OF ST. PETERSBURG MUSEUM: MUSEUM OF PRINTING
HISTORY OF ST. PETERSBURG MUSEUM: RUMYANTSEV MANSION
KIROV APARTMENT MUSEUM
Northern Soul festival. Painting, graphics, sculpture.
May 24 through June 30
KRASIN ICE-BREAKER MUSEUM
MATYUSHIN MUSEUM OF THE ST. PETERSBURG AVANT-GARDE
Futurism Through the Eyes of Residents. Graphics.
May 17 through August 26
MILITARY MEDICINE MUSEUM
MUSIC MUSEUM AT THE SHEREMETYEV PALACE
NIKOLAI NEKRASOV APARTMENT MUSEUM
VLADIMIR NABOKOV APARTMENT MUSEUM
NEW! Two Artists: Georgy â€śGagaâ€ť Kovenchuk and Alexei Kulbin. Painting.
July 2 through July 20
POLITICAL HISTORY OF RUSSIA MUSEUM
The Secret of the Twelve-Year War. Dedicated to the 1812 French invasion of Russia and Russian military reconnaissance. Objects.
June 16 through September 16
POLITICAL POLICE MUSEUM
POPOV CENTRAL MUSEUM OF COMMUNICATIONS
PUSHKIN APARTMENT MUSEUM
Alexander Pushkin in the Art of Mikhail Anikushin. Sculpture.
June 6 through September 15
RAZNOCHINNY PETERSBURG MUSEUM
The World and Peace. The war of 1812 through the eyes of St. Petersburg. Installation.
June 9 through July 1
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV APARTMENT MUSEUM
Sadko. Part of the â€śRimsky-Korsakov and Belsky. Opera Masterpiecesâ€ť cycle. Decorations, costume sketches, photo.
March 17 through October 28
NIKOLAI ROERICH APARTMENT MUSEUM
The Poetry of Myths. Images from Azeri poetry, painting and graphics.
March 16 through October 10
RUSSIAN ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM
URBAN SCULPTURE MUSEUM. NEW EXHIBITION HALL
SIEGE AND DEFENSE OF LENINGRAD MUSEUM
STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM
Permanent Collection Three million items in six buildings along the Neva and around Palace Square. Unless otherwise stated, temporary exhibitions are displayed in the Winter Palace, the museumâ€™s main building.
NEW! Santiago Calatrava. The Quest for Movement. Kinetic sculptures, mobile architectural models and suspended structures by the Spanish architect, engineer and sculptor.
June 27 through September 30
NEW! Hatch: Tony Cragg (U.K.) Sculpture.
June 30 through September 10
NEW! Tilos. Journeying to the Next World. Objects.
July 3 through September 30
NEW! The Collection of George Machere and Nadia Volkonskaya. Painting, graphics. In the foyer of the Hermitage Theater.
June 30 through July 22
Only Writings Sound. In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of the historian and collector Nikolai Likhachev. Objects.
April 21 through July 22
STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM
Surimono. Poetic Congratulations. Japanese engravings on wood.
March 7 through September 2
STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM: MENSHIKOV PALACE
STATE RUSSIAN MUSEUM
Permanent Collection The worldâ€™s finest and most extensive collection of works by Russian artists, from 12th-century icons to some of the latest movements in contemporary art exhibited in the Mikhailovsky Palace and in associated buildings listed below.
NEW! Realism in Russian Art of the Late 20th Century. Helium Korzhev, Aleksei and Sergei Tkachev, Valentin Sidorov and others. Painting.
July 4 through September 2
Mikhail Nesterov. Painting.
April 5 through August 5
STATE RUSSIAN MUSEUM: MARBLE PALACE
NEW! Christian Schutz (Germany). Painting, graphics, installation.
June 28 through July 23
NEW! Maxim Kantor. Graphics.
June 20 through July 23
STATE RUSSIAN MUSEUM: MIKHAILOVSKY (ENGINEERSâ€™) CASTLE
NEW! Howard Buffett (U.S.) Photo.
June 7 through August 13
STATE RUSSIAN MUSEUM: STROGANOV PALACE
Mikhail Schwarzman and his Pupils. Graphics.
May 24 through June 25
THEATRICAL AND MUSICAL ART MUSEUM
Belles of the Russian Stage. Beauty Without Photoshop. Photos of leading Russian actresses and ballet dancers from the late 19th-early 20th centuries.
April 27 through August 12