The first residential building in St. Petersburg at the beginning of the 18th century, where the emperor lived during the construction of the city. At the moment, the wooden structure has been moved to another place and covered with a stone "case" for better preservation (the first frame appeared at the end of the XVIII century). According to legend, the house was built in just three days by the hands of skilled carpenters. Since 1930, a museum has been operating on the territory where you can see the personal belongings of the king.
Petrovskaya Embankment, 6, Sankt-Peterburg
+7 812 595-42-48
Very nice authentic place to see where the story of Saint Petersburg begins. In 30 minutes you’ll make a tour
Tickets cost 250 to 350 roubles.
Also visit the souvenir shops opposite to this cabin of peter the great.
A rewarding experience!!!
Behind that fence is the first building of Saint Petersburg. This is wooden house of Tsar Peter I of All Great, Little and White Russias (1672-1725). He lived in that 60 square meters house from 1703 through 1708. Saint Petersburg, ??Russian Federati.. Read more »on??. April 28, 2021.
The house is well protected and has an interesting history. It is amazing how well it has been preserved. Tickets were 300-400 roubles for an adult (Feb 2020). Finding parking was not a problem. Worth the visit.
Nice and cheap museum.Unfortunately English doesn't appear in museum's inner explanations.
Nice and cheap museum. House of czar Peter the first. An original house. Unfortunetely, english doesn't appear in museum 's inner descriptions.
Nice and wonderful experience... Great boat trip shows Neva's perspective from sea side... Recommend from all my heart...
Interesting small lodge, not too far from the fortress but if you walk, it takes some time. nothing special inside, but I was quite honored to be there, where Peter the Great was staying, even short time.... It must be really temporary place, very ve.. Read more »ry small and tiny.
Bruck M. Kimmerle
St. Petersburg's first building, built by Tsar Peter I. himself as a log house. He lived in this small two room cottage while he supervised the building efforts of the "Peter and Paul Fortress" as core of his new capital in the West. O.. Read more »ne can easily walk from the fortress, where Peter's tomb is located, to the cruiser "Aurora", passing by the house of Peter I.
Worth coming there. Unique “shelter” is a remarkable monument itself. Picture shows an opposite side of Neva which is spectacular.
It has a tremendous historic value as the first building and palace built before the formal foundation of the city, and surprisingly it has kept excellent conditions.