Marvel at the world's largest collection of Carl Fabergé masterpieces with your admission ticket to Fabergé Museum in Saint Petersburg. Admire Fabergé Museum's main exposition and its famous nine Easter Eggs created for Alexander III and Nicholas II, the last of the Russian Emperors.
These exquisite pieces are not only examples of the highest artistic skill in jewelry, they are historic testimonials that give insight into the lives of Russia's Imperial Family. The collection includes all areas in which the House of Fabergé applied its craftmanship from objects of fantasy, jewelry, silverware and interiors to religious objects.
Located at the Shuvalov Palace overlooking the Fontanka River, the Fabergé Museum in St. Petersburg first opened its doors on November 19, 2013, becoming the first private museum of national significance in modern Russia. Since its founding, The Link of Times Cultural and Historical Foundation has acquired Russian applied and fine art adding to the museum’s collection which exceeds 4,000 items.