Journalists accredited at the Host City Media Center will have the opportunity to visit the St. Petersburg Faberge Museum free of charge and see the world's largest collection of items from the famous jewelry company.
Thanks to the museum's partnership with the Host City Media Center, journalists can get a free ticket and audio guide by presenting their badge and ID at the ticket counter from June 10 to July 12, 2021.
The Faberge Museum at the Shuvalov Palace has the world's largest collection of items designed by Carl Faberge's famous jewelry company on display. It is the first private museum of federal importance in modern Russia showcasing a collection of Russian crafts and fine art, with more than 4,000 exhibits.
The museum's gem, items created by the Faberge enterprise, is, without a doubt, the biggest, most diverse and exquisite collection in the world.
Marvel at the masterpieces from the signature imperial Easter egg series, the height of jewelry art, designed for the last two Russian emperors. The museum collection also boasts examples of other Faberge specializations: gifts ordered by the Imperial Russian Cabinet, items created by Faberge stonecutters, enamel artists and silversmiths, and a collection of Russian icons framed with precious metals and gem stones.
The opening hours and visitor rules can be found on the museum's website at fabergemuseum.ru.