World of Water Museum
The handsomely restored brick complex of 19th-century buildings between the Tauride Gardens and the Neva River house St Petersburg’s...
Suvorov Memorial Museum
Laying claim to being the first museum in Russia dedicated to the memory of an outstanding individual, the Suvorov Memorial Museum ...
Museum of Erotica
n Inspect Rasputin’s Penis – the mad monk’s meaty 30cm-long member is the chief attraction at the otherwise eminently missable Museum...
Cosy grotto space with good food, a great atmosphere and the funkiest bathrooms in the city. There’s an R100 charge for the live music...
Reliable, youthfully bright-orange chain café serving bliny , tea and salads cafeteria-style.
Lonely Planet review
The Tauride Gardens is a great place for a stroll, and there are some rusty rides for the kiddies. The view across the lake towards the Tauride Palace , built between 1783 and 1789 for Catherine the Great’s lover Potemkin, is a fine sight.