A two-storey pavilion that houses temporary exhibitions on the ground floor. The upper-storey contains a long colonnade perfect for strolling and taking in the park views.
This somewhat overgrown 200-hectare park houses the Alexander Palace, a favourite retreat for Nicholas II and family, the last of the Romanov line.
This large ornamental 'pond' is more of a lake, and forms the centrepiece of the landscaped gardens at Tsarskoe Selo.
With its minaret and mosaic-covered interior this pavilion perched over the water was meant to resemble a mosque. The building closes during bad weather.