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The Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg was founded to preserve, study, and promote Russia's cultural heritage as well as to develop the city's extensive network of museums. The museum's collection contains the world's largest collection of works by...more
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Take the grand marble staircase of this beautiful mansion and dive into the tsars favorite jewelrer’s creations! The dozen Faberge Imperial Easter Eggs are truly magnificent, but there are many more treasures to marvel at, and the workmanship that has gone into all the pieces...More
This small museum is well worth an hour's visit. The restored palace itself is stunning and it houses the world's largest collection of Faberge's work including nine of his original Easter Eggs. They are housed in one room each in its own case and are...More
This was just amazing. There is more then the eggs, which is what he is famous for. Some of the other otems include a large amount of beautiful clocks.
Its just stunning. The eggs they have are jusy wow. We took a self guided tour...More
In a beautifully restored small palace you will find a nice collection of 19th century Russian goldsmith art. Not only the well known eggs but fine examples of the art of all the big jewelers of imperial Russia.
Guidebooks are available in several languages including...More
This is another 'must see' in my opinion when in St Petersburg. My fiancé is a jeweller, and I like watches so it seemed fitting to go and see the faberge museum.
The first room contains numerous eggs, many of which have been donated from...More
As a rather new museum in St. Petersburg, Faberge is trying to find its place in a city of museums. I had seen an exhibit of Faberge eggs in Houston, TX about 10 years ago, and I went to the museum in St. Peterburg just...More