Explore one of the world's great museums on a guided tour that includes an exclusive visit to the famed Gold Room. Admire works by Da Vinci, Rafael, Rembrandt and other masters. Marvel at the magnificent Winter Palace, a work of art in itself. Visit the Small Hermitage, famous for its exquisite marble colonnades, chandeliers and amazing Peacock Clock. And see the Gold Room's priceless archaeological collection of gold jewelry from antiquity.
• The Gold Room: Enjoy a 30-40 minute exclusive tour of the museum's priceless treasures of gold and jewelry.
• Guided Tour: Admire works from Da Vinci, Rafael, Rembrandt and others.
• Winter Palace: Marvel at the astonishing scale and Baroque splendor of this monumental architectural achievement.
• THIS TOUR IS OPERATED BY A TOUR OPERATOR THAT HAS BEEN THIRD-PARTY VERIFIED TO AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SUSTAINABILITY STANDARD.
What To Bring:
• SeaPass card, passport and valid tour ticket
• Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
• Weather-appropriate clothing
• Walking shoes
• Guests must be able to walk approximately 1 1/2; miles over uneven and cobblestone surfaces.
• This tour is not recommended for guests who have difficulty walking.
• There are approximately 120 steps covering two stories and two wheelchair-accessible elevators in the Hermitage; four to seven steps must be climbed to reach the elevators.
• One elevator goes to the second floor only; the other goes to the second and third floors.
• The Hermitage has limited interior seating and no air conditioning. Hermitage Museum is often times crowded.
• Large bags, umbrellas and heavy coats must be checked prior to entering the museum.
• The museum may change expositions or close some halls without notice.
• Camera and video fees at the museum are included in the tour cost.
• Flash photos are usually not permitted in areas displaying paintings.
• The visit the Gold Room is approximately 30-40 minutes and is by pre-arranged appointment- no exceptions. Photo and video are not allowed inside the Gold Room of the Hermitage
• Kindly that according to a new regulation of the Hermitage Museum all visitors with pace-makers need to carry a medical document with them confirming this fact to allow them not to go through metal detectors at the entrance to the Museum. If they don't carry such a document with them they will have to go through a metal detector otherwise they will be denied access to the Museum.