The first cathedral of St Petersburg, a burial place of the Romanov dynasty.
Trubetskoy Bastion Prison of Peter and Paul Fortress functioned from 1872 until 1921 as the main political prison of the Imperial Russia
The Museum exposition devoted to the history of Russian cosmonautics and rocket technology and the role played by the Petersburg-Leningrad scientists, engineers, and designers in the development of this area of Russian science and technology.
Exhibition in the Commandant's House of Peter and Paul Fortress tells about different aspects of daily life of the citizens of St Petersburg.
Permanent display in the Neva Curtain Wall explores the history of construction and developmeent of Peter and Paul Fortress.
Permanent display in the bell tower of Peter and Paul Cathedral tells about the main stages of its construction and restoration.
About 5000 objects of porcelain and glassware from the collection of ceramics and glassware of the State Museum of the History of St Petersburg.
For 200 years the Shlisselburg Fortress "Oreshek", situated on a small island in the river Neva's outflow from Lake Ladoga, was used as a political prison. The first prison building on the territory of the fortress was the Secret House, wh ere participants of the Decembrists Revolt were confined.
The New Prison of the Shlisselburg Fortress "Oreshek" was built in 1884 for life imprisonment of the members of Narodnaya Volya (Russian for “People's Will”) terrorist organization.