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Dostoevsky Museum

5/2 Kuznechny Pereulok | Metro Vladimirskaya, St. Petersburg 191002, Russia
+7 812 571-40-31
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This is the apartment where Dostoevsky wrote The Brothers Karamazov. It's been restored to look as it did when he died here in 1881.
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  • Very good27%
  • Average12%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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5/2 Kuznechny Pereulok | Metro Vladimirskaya, St. Petersburg 191002, Russia
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Reviewed 4 days ago

It was not easy to find the entrance as the museum doesn't stand out among the apartment blocks which all look so similar, and it is half floor down ground level. But once inside, everything's just fine. They had re-constructed his apartment the way it...More

Thank WengKei
Reviewed 3 December 2016 via mobile

At the corner of the house, half a stair down is the entrance to the museum. If you are tall, mind your head:-) Ticket office and wardrobe where you must leave your coat and then up one stair. Here you show your ticket and can...More

Thank Rimshock
Reviewed 5 October 2016

Russians know to venerate their writers. The Dostoevsky Museum in St. Petersburg gave me and my companions everything and more we could have hoped for. The audio guide in Russian was simply exquisitely done, such diction, such clarity, such detail. I took my time listening,...More

1  Thank KamakB
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

fyodor dostoevsky museum was great ,for every body likes literature and dostoevsky there is a unrememberable place

Thank a_shakery
Reviewed 11 August 2016

They've done a great job restoring Dostoevsky's last dwelling, giving you a feel of how he lived and where he wrote. There are very informative cards in each room if you don't want the audio guides.

Thank hma225
Reviewed 4 August 2016 via mobile

One of my dreams in life was to visit Saint Petersburg, mostly because of the way Dostoevsky described it in "Crime and punishment " , the river , the people , the weather, the buildings. When I had the opportunity to visit his museum and...More

1  Thank GioArruda
Reviewed 17 July 2016

If you're a fan of world literature (and especially Russian writers), it is well worth checking out various St. Petersburg flats that Dostoevsky once inhabited. (You can find out their locations through guide books) And the final flat has been transformed into a museum; there's...More

Thank moviegeekjn
Reviewed 29 June 2016

Dostoevsky's last apartment. If you are not a fan, it may not be of huge interest. Still, it's a pleasant enough way to spend an hour or so. There are a handful of original items. The staff is knowledgable and friendly.

Thank Jonathan V
Reviewed 27 June 2016

How it was pleasantly and curiously to walk along the streets and prospects where used to stroll the numerous characters of Fiodor Dostoevsky, here in St.Petersburg! And wandering like this we stumbled upon the house-museum of great storyteller near the Canal of Griboyedov, in the...More

Thank Oleg Y
Reviewed 19 June 2016

In the heart of the city, the apartment where the great writer used to live and died. The authentic ambience is presented accompanied with the audio guiding in every room, gloomy light, portraits of the close friends, the real examples of Dostoevsky wife's diary and...More

1  Thank Julia R
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jinnyajumma
I cannot find infos for tickets. Is it free to enter the museum?
6 August 2016|
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Response from Svetlana R | Reviewed this property |
No, the entrance fee is 200 rubles (nearly 3 euro) for foreign citizens. You can also buy an audio guide for 250 rubles (3,5 euro). So, yes, I would say it's almost free :)
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