Immerse yourself in the life of the Soviet era cult apartment - Alliluyevs House - Truly "Once in a lifetime" experience
The Alliluyevs' apartment-museum gives an idea of the family life of a highly skilled Petersburg worker S.Ya. Alliluyev who was involved in the revolutionary events of 1917. The life of this family is connected with the fate of such historical figures as V.I. Lenin, I.V. Stalin, N.K. Krupskaya, M.I. Ulyanova, V.P. Nogin, G.K. Ordzhonikidze.
In July 1917, V.I. Lenin and one of his associates, G.E. Zinoviev, were hiding in this apartment from the persecution of the Provisional Government. From August to October 1917, I.V. Stalin lived in the apartment. Later he became the husband of the youngest daughter of the Alliluyevs, Nadezhda Sergeevna.
There you will find well-preserved daily routine objects of a working-class family of the pre-revolutionary Petersburg.
A pleasant addition is a three-course dinner at one of the best Georgian restaurants in the city!