St Isaac’s Cathedral State Museum
St. Isaac’s Cathedral is an outstanding monument to late Russian classicism from the mid-nineteenth century.
The remarkable interior of the cathedral features all kinds of monumental and decorative art, including painting, sculpture, mosaics, and coloured facing stones. The cathedral’s main iconostasis is decorated with malachite and lapis lazuli columns. The main altar features a stained-glass window of the ‘Risen Christ’, which is an unconventional decoration for an Orthodox church.
Premium Package participants can present their badge to gain access to the museum.
Please note that participants must pay for guided tours and other additional services (including admission to the Colonnades) separately.