Pushkin Museum and Memorial Apartment Admission Ticket
Visit: The Pushkin Apartment Museum, St. Petersburg, Northwestern DistrictSituated very close to Hermitage Palace on the bank of river Moika, the Pushkin Museum is a wonderful tribute to his life and works including the short story "The Queen of Spades," and one of his most famous poems "The Bronze Horseman," and the 1836 novel "The Captain's Daughter". The display tells about the last period of the poet's life and work. There Pushkin, mortally wounded at the duel, died on January 29, 1837, and there one can see things that belonged to Pushkin and his family. The flat where Pushkin and his family lived was in the dress circle of the mansion. It was here, in the study that the poet worked on his poems and wrote his last poem.