Petrovskaya Aquatoria, Museum Layout
The Petrovskaya Aquatoria Museum is the first grandiose historical layout in Russia at a scale of 1:87, with an area of 500 square meters, was opened on September 4, 2014. The museum exhibition is a reconstruction of the most significant landmarks of St. Petersburg and its suburbs, associated with the history of the city and the Russian fleet.
Here by engravings, materials of museum archives recreated ancient estates, parks, palaces, some of them we will never see again... The main feature of the model - a real water space, symbolizing the water area of the Neva and the Gulf of Finland, where the water to walk models of ships of Peter the Great epoch! Have you seen how Nevsky Prospect was in the 18th century? And how the ships came off the slipway of the Admiralty?
What balls did the nobility throw in the Upper Peterhof Park? And how the residents of St. Petersburg had fun on Shrovetide? Be sure to come by yourself, with your children, friends and relatives! Are you a tourist, and you don't have much time? "Petrovskaya Aquatoria gives you a unique opportunity to see the main sights of St. Petersburg (the historic center of the city, Kronstadt, Oranienbaum, Peterhof) in one place!
Unlike many museums we are open until 22:00, located in the heart of the city, in the building next to the metro station Admiralteyskaya. Audio guides and binoculars are available for rent for a more detailed study of the exposition. Photos and videos for free!