St. Petersburg Sights


Anna Akhmatova Literary Museum (Muzey Anny Akhmatovoy)

Anna Akhmatova Literary Museum (Muzey Anny Akhmatovoy) Review

The famous St. Petersburg poet lived for many years in a communal apartment in a wing of this former palace of Count Sheremetyev. Akhmatova was born in 1888 in Odessa and was published for the first time in 1910. She did not leave Petrograd after the October Revolution, but remained silent between 1923 and 1940. She died in 1966 and is remembered as one of the greatest successors to Pushkin. Her museum is also the venue for occasional poetry readings, other literary events, and temporary exhibitions—in short, a slice of the old-style Russian intelligentsia.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 34 nab. Fontanki, also entered at 53 Liteiny pr., City Center, St. Petersburg, 191104
  • Phone: 812/272–2211; 812/579–7239
  • Cost: 80R
  • Hours: Tues.–Sun. 10:30–6:30, Wed. 11:30–8
  • Website:
  • Subway: Nevsky Prospekt
  • Location: City Center
Updated: 06-24-2013

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