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The world's largest collection
of Carl Fabergé masterpieces in the Shuvalov Palace
of Saint-Petersburg

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21, Fontanka River Embankment
Shuvalov Palace
Opening hours: 10 AM - 8:45 PM
Ticket office open: 9:30 AM - 8:15 PM
Open 7 days a week
+7 (812) 333 26 55

Fabergé Museum presents Salvador Dalí in exhibition for the first time in Moscow

From 28th January till 25th March, 2020, the Russian public will receive a unique opportunity to become acquainted with the works of this genius painter. The Manege Central Exhibition Hall will host the exhibition Salvador Dalí. Magic Art, organized by the Link of Times Foundation and Fabergé Museum in partnership with the Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation (Figueres) and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid). The exhibition will feature over 180 works by Dalí: paintings, drawings, watercolors and engravings.

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Opening time during the holiday season

Dear Visitors!


In compliance with the Decrees of the Government of St. Petersburg concerning the implementation of measures against COVID-19 Fabergé Museum will be closed from the 30th of December until the 10th of January, 2021.


We wish you the very best for Christmas and the upcoming New Year!

Fabergé Museum invites on an online tour in occasion of the World Tourism Day

On 27 September, World Tourism Day, Fabergé Museum invites you to visit the largest collection of Fabergé masterpieces in the world hosted in the very heart of St. Petersburg. We invite tour operators, tourist agencies and tourists on this virtual journey to St. Petersburg. During the visit you will discover the history of the Museum’s main attraction - nine Imperial Easter eggs made by the artisans of the House of Fabergé for the last two Russian emperors, Alexander III and Nicholas II. The online tours will be hosted on Fabergé Museum’s official Facebook page in four languages: Russian, English, French and Spanish. 



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Fabergé Museum continues regular work of the museum

The Link of Times Cultural Historical Foundation and Fabergé Museum continue regular work of the museum
from July 7!
Together with the Government, the St. Petersburg Committee for Culture and Rospotrebnadzor, we created a number of measures to keep the Museum a safe place for all of us. In order to prevent the spread of a coronavirus infection (COVID-19) when visiting the Fabergé Museum, please follow additional visiting rules. Please treat them responsibly. We will gradually mitigate them as soon as the epidemiological situation allows.
We will be happy to see you again at the Fabergé Museum!
Additional rules

Fabergé Museum is temporarily closed

The Link of Times Cultural Historical Foundation and Fabergé Museum regret to announce that the museum is temporarily closed for visitors, following the Decree “On measures preventing the spread of a new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in St. Petersburg” issued by the Governor of St. Petersburg on 18.03.2020.


New opening hours will be announced as soon as the situation changes.


We hope that this is the way to assist in the nationwide effort to protect our visitors and the community.
We appreciate your understanding and wish you to stay healthy and safe!

The Museum was established
on the basis of the world's largest collection
of works by the House of Fabergé

The items of greatest value in the collection are nine Easter eggs made by artisans employed by the House of Fabergé for the last two Russian emperors. They are all masterpieces of jewelry art and have unique historical value, as they are linked to the reign and personal lives of Alexander II and Nikolai II.

Today, Fabergé Museum's collection is made up of over 4000 display items which also represent the many different things created by the House of Fabergé: Easter masterpieces, fantasy-themed objects, jewelry, miscellaneous small items, silverware, home decor and objects of worship.

See the Masterpieces

A wide range of gifts, replicas from
the collection and books about the age of Carl Fabergé,
jewelry art and the history of St. Petersburg

The Museum's Gift Shop offers original souvenirs, works by Russian designers and replicas of items in the Museum's collection, all of which will remind you of your visit to Fabergé Museum.

Go to the Gift Shop

Original jewelry made by contemporary
artisans and based on Fabergé Museum's collection

At Fabergé Museum Gift Shop you may also purchase exclusive jewlery and accessories made by famous, contemporary Russian artisans after the House of Fabergé's key creations.

Go to the Gift Shop

Take a virtual tour through
Fabergé Museum's collection

The Museum is located in Shuvalov Palace on the Fontanka River Embankment. It is one of the most beautiful palaces in St. Petersburg and is a historical landmark and a focal point for tourists.

The Fabergé Museum's collection, assembled by the Link of Times Foundation, stands apart because it provides ample representation of the many different things created by the House of Fabergé: Easter masterpieces, fantasy-themed objects, jewelry, miscellaneous small items, silverware, home decor and objects of worship.

Thanks to our virtual tour, you can bask in the sumptuous interiors of Shuvalov Palace and the unique masterpieces in the Fabergé Museum's collection without leaving your home or workplace.

Virtual Tour

Fabergé Museum Café with a colorful interior
and works by contemporary artists

Fabergé Museum Café is both a place of rest for our visitors and a popular meeting place for the city's residents and guests. The café's menu features primarily Russian and European cuisine.

Go to the Café
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