Place: Peter and Paul FortressOn the map
Construction time: 1743-1750, reconstructions – until 1893
Architect: H. Demarin etc.
Name: Here lived and worked the commandants of Peter and Paul Fortress. The post was honorable and very responsible. Ultimately, it is the commandant who was responsible for all political prisoners.
Museum: In Commandant’s House is a permanent exhibition dedicated to the history of St. Petersburg. In our opinion, this is one of the most interesting museums in the city, will be suitable for the family visit. The exposition created well professionally is accounted for independent visitor. Walking through the museum will take you at least an hour. Important advice: do not stay for a long in the first halls, because further the exposition will be more interesting. Working hours: 11am-6pm. (Tue: 11am-5pm). Day off: Wed. Tickets: adults – 200 rubles, students – 120 rubles.