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Catherine Palace and Park

Sadovaya St., 7, Pushkin, St. Petersburg 196601, Russia
+7 812 466-66-69
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Filled with 18th-century paintings and ornate rooms, this white and gold palace is surrounded by a 1400-acre park complete with fountains, bridges, the Agate Pavilion bathhouse and the Great Pond. The Palace also has a famous Amber Room, stolen by Nazi troops during WWII, but now recreated by Russian craftsmen.
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Sadovaya St., 7, Pushkin, St. Petersburg 196601, Russia
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Reviewed yesterday

This Palace shows you the life style of the Russian Royalty and history. There are beautiful rooms, fountains, ponds, and minor palaces.

Thank Gabriela P
Reviewed 2 days ago

Catherines Palace is a beautiful place and definitely worth travelling all the way from the city to Pushkin. However it was really, really crowded. It's not possible to stop where you want to, the tour group is constantly being pushed since there's a massive queue...More

Thank sinawanders
Reviewed 2 days ago

A definite "must-see" while visiting the St. Petersburg area. Make sure it's part of your tour, as the history of the palace is both heartbreaking and fascinating. The Amber Room is AMAZING! The opulence of the entire place makes me know why the peasants revolted!

Thank lynnebJ3779BF
Reviewed 3 days ago

We travelled by public transport to Puskin to visit the Palace - not an easy journey!! However, it was worth effort, Catherine Palace is a magnificent building filled with wonderful treasures and art. We felt "rushed" as there were lots of tour groups who were...More

Thank doreen050
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We toured in the evening/night in an organized tour group consisting of about 30 guests. There was another group of the same size ahead of us.  In other words, we saw this place in a very private setting, but the pace was dictated by our...More

Thank Anita C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Nice palace, well done restored. Beautiful park. But you need to pay 2 admission tickets. One of them is 1000 rubles, for the palace interior, bit pricey considering there is no English guide or descriptions. Russian people pay 700 rubles and they have free guide....

Thank Chef traveler F
Reviewed 4 days ago

One the best places to visit in St. Petersburg. It is just beautiful. We went in October and it was incredibly crowded. Full of people and tours, we hated that part. It was easy to get there, Uber is cheap from the metro station.

Thank Wilmar186
Reviewed 6 days ago

This palace has definitely had it's ups and downs. Built to show the magistracy of Russia as a showplace, not a home. This tour was really great because we had a private guide. She taught us the art of going to the front of the...More

Thank N B
Reviewed 1 week ago

I like English Garden which was designed by Charles Cameron. Everything is the sheer size. it is more than 1000 acres and gold, gold. The golden mirror room is superb.

Thank hanna186
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wonderful architecture and enjoyable to peruse with a ticket of course. No cameras allowed. A view of russian history worth seeing.

Thank waterlogged65
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jasonz92
February 18, 2017|
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Response from AliPasargad | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the queue of garden is fast, therefore it's not long. visitors should pay money for park and palace separately (you will pay money just for park visiting). The park is so beautiful and enjoyable. have a nice time...
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tumbulgum
February 4, 2017|
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Response from Kathryn K | Reviewed this property |
Hi there we went in January 2017 and it was open. I don't see why it would be closed in Feb. We did the palace and the troika ride. It is very difficult to get there by public transport as not many people speak English... More
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Lynda M
February 1, 2017|
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Response from bajosamardzic | Reviewed this property |
I do not know, I was in the winter, but the park will certainly be nice
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