All guests can walk through the suite of front halls, experience the atmosphere of cozy sitting rooms, and look into the unique home theater.
On the male half of the palace, on the first floor, you can see the amazing interiors of the mid-19th century: the Moorish drawing room, the Prince’s study and the drawing room of Henry II
The exposition “The murder of Grigory Rasputin” also operates in the same rooms where one of the most mysterious crimes of the beginning of the 20th century was prepared and committed; archival documents and photographs that will help answer many questions related to the personality of Grigori Rasputin
Today, the Yusupov Palace is one of the rare noble mansions of St. Petersburg, where not only ceremonial apartments, art gallery halls, a miniature home theater, but also luxurious living rooms of the Yusupov family, which have kept the warmth and charm of former owners, survived.
Daily: 11:00 – 17:00
94 Moika Embankment