- Museum entrance fees
- English-speaking guide
Russian Ethnographic Park Village " Shuvalovka " offers a unique opportunity - to move into the past of Russian traditions. It is located in 30 minutes from Saint-Petersburg. In 1714 by decree of Peter there were five village courtyards with the Finnish name "Korcula". Years passed, owners of the estate were changing, on of them was Count Ivan Shuvalov. Nowadays only the name was saved and the fact that there was the land of the extensive estate.
Not long ago, the village Shuvalovka project was found in the archives, and the Russian village was rebuilt. While the excursion around the "Shuvalovka" you will see: Ethnographic hut, Playzone for children, Chapel, Museum of living history, festive hall, Mill, Rook, Handicraft workshop, Russian sauna, Santa Claus House, Barnyard
You will also visit the smithy, the pottery and traditional Russian village house, master-class for learning of folk crafts, master class on cooking Russian pelmeni etc.
Russian village "Shuvalovka" has its own history, which is confirmed by real events and documents, of course, a legend, much like a fairy tale.
Transfer to Saint-Petersburg.