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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
I didn’t have a lot of time unfortunately as I had to meet up with my tour group. Give yourself a few hours and take a guided or audio tour. The detail of these masterpieces is amazing. And Faberge produced more than the infamous eggs....More
The Shuvalov Palace has been beautifully restored as the Fabergé Museum. So many artifacts are to be seen in this museum besides the intricately designed eggs for the last two tsars. Each egg has a story which is related to visitors by the tour guides....More
Of course the Faberge eggs themselves were the coolest part of this museum, however there is also a collection of Imperial goods that are also very beautiful. The museum itself is very neat, especially the rooms with the silk lined walls of red, blue and...More
The main attraction are the Faberge eggs, and they are absolutely stunning. Even if you've seen photos of them many times, photos do not compare to viewing them in real life, up close and at any angle. But in addition to the eggs, the rest...More
If you want to see the opulence of the Russian tzars and the nobility this the place to do it. A private museum, well worth the entry fee. Takes about one and a half hours. The day of our visit it was almost empty by...More
Unbelievable what they have created to please the customers (Tzar). Unique masterpieces of art.
All is nicely presented and you see a nice and perfect overview of the work the Atelier has done. Take an audioguide you get more and good backgroundinformation.
The building itself and the collection are breathtaking. It would be a mistake to go to St. Pete without seeing this. I had a low opinion of the eggs until I visited Russia and actually saw and learned about them. Now I am a convert.
This is only a small exhibition, but the beauty and skill of Carl Faberge is truly wonderful. Surely the greatest ever world jeweler! The Faberge eggs are just tremendous. There are 9 here and 10 in Moscow. One beautiful Imperial Egg given by President Putin.Only...More