Pavlovsk State Museum
Pavlovsk Palace and Park constitutes a monument to the architecture of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The prominent architects, decorators, and painters of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries who contributed to its creation include Charles Cameron, Vincenzo Brenna, Andrey Voronikhin, Giacomo Quarenghi, Carlo Rossi, Pietro Gonzaga, and others.
Pavlovsk Palace served as the residence of emperors and grand dukes. The names of Paul I and Maria Feodorovna, and the Grand Dukes Mikhail Pavlovich and Konstantin Konstantinovich are associated with this residence. Today, Pavlovsk Palace is a museum with a collection of more than 57,000 items. It includes collections of Russian and Western European arts and crafts, paintings, and drawings, as well as a collection of antique sculptures.
The halls of the palace house a number of expositions devoted to various topics: The Costume Museum, A Woman’s World and Her Hobbies, Church Vestments and Church Plate from the Collections of the Pavlovsk State Museum, and The Russian Residential Interior of the Nineteenth Century.
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Please note that participants must pay for guided tours and other additional services separately.