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Erarta Museum

St. Petersburg, Russia
4.5 / 87
The first private museum of modern art in St. Petersburg, has been hosting visitors since 2010. The name is derived from the phrase "era of art", that is, "era of art." Among the 3 thousand exhibits there was a place for painting, sculpture, video art and installations. The collection is based on the work of local authors, but is not limited to them. Erarta hosts over 30 exhibitions annually.
Address:29 Liniya Vasil'yevskogo Ostrova, 2, Sankt-Peterburg
Phone:+7 812 324-08-09



Amazing experience, both with permanent and temporary collections. Definitely worth visiting. Planned to see only a couple of temporary exhibitions. Ended up going through every room. Reserve several hours. There's a café there if you wa.. Read more »
Love this place, it is like future is already here. All the details are thoroughly thought through: starting the entrance and till the end of your experience. Exhibitions are always interesting
Huge museum with lots of exhibitions. Some of them are temporary, that means one can every month go and visit several new. Highly recommend visiting this place if you like modern arts. By the way they have a cafeteria with delicious food.
A modern art museum. One wing hosts a permanent collection, the other regularly changing temporary exhibitions, and for an additional fee there are smaller rooms consisting of Instagram fodder. The collection is rich and varied, and the layout of mus.. Read more »
One of the best modern art museums on this planet, comparable only to New York and London. Very large exposition space, both temporary and permanent. Definitely worth visiting even if you're not an art fan (as me). Tip: the ticket costs around .. Read more »
Real treasure, modern art museum which is neither boring nor pretentious nor too abstract for its own good. Excellently organized and curated permanent collection boosted by frequently changed temporary exhibitions. Great food in the canteen. Friendl.. Read more »
I’ll put it as simple as it gets: this is one of the best museums in vast and cold Russia. Don’t be shy and just go there mate. Don’t forget to try the cafeteria too.
Interesting place with creative ideas. The ticket cost is 800 rubles, and 200 for visiting the special chambers. It's convenient for English or Russian speakers. It consists of 5 floors and separated into two parts vertically. There is a caf&eac.. Read more »
First, be prepared that they do not have a single admission ticket, only a year subscription which doesn't cost much, but still... Second, the place is really worth visiting because of all modern facilities and rather bizarre selection of modern.. Read more »
Many different artists in 5 floors. Much to look at if you like modern art. Wish we had more time. Sorry the restaurant was closed, but they had a quite nice cafe' on 3rd floor.
Erarta is the largest private museum of contemporary art in Russia, located in Saint Petersburg. The name of Erarta Museum is derived from uniting two words, “Era” and “Arta”, whose combination can be translated from Russian .. Read more »
Live this place but it's closed till the 2nd of September!
I absolutely loved going here. So interesting to see Russian contemporary art. Organize yourself a guided tour. The guides are very knowledgeable and give so much insight. A definite highlight of my trip.
I found this museum very visually appealing. Each room generated different kinds of emotions and senses. The artist represented were of different genres which in their own way captivated the mind eliciting provocative ideas from each of them. I'.. Read more »
The place is kinda crowded and feels a little cramped at times, but for me the contents beat the surface. The exhibitions are fresh and unique, you can go through the whole exposition in 2-3 hours. Definitely deserves a visit if you are into this sor.. Read more »
Excellent gallery with modern Russian and international art. The type of place where you take the time to cover every exhibit and floor. Good English at front desk and in restaurant (food is high end and expensive by Russian standards, but probably r.. Read more »
A very diverse, dynamic and creative exhibition of modern art that we enjoyed immensely. Make sure you allocate sufficient time for your visit. My wife and I spent around 3 hours visiting both wings (permanent exhibition on the left, and temporary on.. Read more »
I really enjoyed this gallery and the mix of paintings, mixed-media and sculpture. Well laid out with something for everyone. The temporary exhibitions were well done and some of the content was thought provoking bold and fresh. Toilets were clean an.. Read more »
Very interesting museum. Tips: 1) buying an annual membership would be cheaper that buying a ticket for each visit. 2) nice coffee shop with a small outdoor terrace 3) souvenir shop is must see too.
Absolutely love the atmosphere of this museum, the way all of the halls are arranged, the lighting, the music or appropriate sounds, everything is thoughtful and just perfect! There are soft benches, chairs and couches in case you would like to sit a.. Read more »
Amazing and huge museum with a diversity of art styles. I especially liked that they have so much work from younger artists on display. Practically all of the explanations are available in English as well. Entrance fee is quite low. The cafe on the o.. Read more »