The State Memorial Museum of A. V. Suvorov is a museum dedicated to the memory of Generalissimo A. V. Suvorov (1730-1800). Founded in St. Petersburg in 1900, on the centenary of the commander’s death.
Solemnly opened four years later, on November 13 (26), 1904, on the 175th anniversary of the birth of Suvorov. The opening of the museum was made possible thanks to donations from the military and civil society, as well as with the active participation of Emperor Nicholas II. This is reported to visitors by a memorial plaque in the Central Hall of the museum.
Suvorov became the first person in Russia, in whose honor a memorial museum was specially erected.
Monday – day off
Tuesday, Thursday – Sunday – 10.00-18.00
Wednesday – 13.00-21.00
The ticket office and souvenir shop close 30 minutes before the exposition closes.
Russia, 191015, St. Petersburg, Kirochnaya st., 43.
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The Museum of the Tin Soldier became the first thematic exhibition in Russia, which is completely devoted to miniature toys and the process of their creation. The room itself is small, but unique collections depicting real historical figures and distant images in a creative presentation were placed in it as fully as possible.
The exhibition halls with soldiers are located in a separate building on the territory of the A. V. Suvorov Memorial Museum, but there is no single entrance. To get there, you need to purchase a special ticket at the box office.
Tauride Palace and its garden stand opposite.