Mikhailovsky Garden is one of the most famous and well-maintained parks in the Central District of St. Petersburg. Located in the very center of the city. On the south side, the Mikhailovsky Garden adjoins the Mikhailovsky Palace (the main building of the Russian Museum), the buildings of the Ethnographic Museum and the Benois Wing.
On the eastern side, the territory of the park is bounded by Sadovaya Street, on the northern side by the Moyka River, and on the western side by the Griboyedov Canal.
Near the northwestern part of the Mikhailovsky Garden is the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood.
Mikhailovsky Garden is under the control of the State Russian Museum.
Mikhailovsky Garden is open until September 30 from 10.00 to 22.00, Tuesday is a day off.
Entrance to the garden ends at 21.30. From October 1 to March 31 from 10.00 to 20.00, entrance to the garden ends at 19.30.
How to get to?
Metro: Nevsky Prospekt.
Bus: No. 3, No. 22, No. 27, No. 49, K212
Trolleybus: No. 5, No. 22