The Yusupov Palace is a unique architectural ensemble of the XVIII — XX centuries, a historical and cultural monument of federal importance known as «the encyclopedia» of Saint Petersburg palace interior. Great Russian and foreign architects worked here, such us Jean-Baptiste Vallin de la Mothe, A. M. Mikhailov — second, Stepanov, Vaytens, A. Beloborodov. The palace belonged to one of the wealthiest families of the Russian Empire — the Yusupovs. It is famous as the place where Grigory Rasputin was killed. Yusupov Palace is one of the few aristocratic mansions still existing in Saint Petersburg that have retained not only the ceremonial rooms, an art gallery, and a private mini-theater, but also luxurious private chambers of the Yusupov still possessing warmth and charm of the past centuries. It is a unique venue for holding gala cere monies, conferences, presentations, concerts.
Public transport stop (410 m)