An old manor, keeping memory of the ancestors of A.S. Pushkin
The first known owner of the building, constructed at the end of the XVIII century, was the great-grandfather of Alexander Pushkin, "the arap of Peter the Great" Abram Hannibal. In 1855, the mansion was bought by Prince Peter Trubetskoy. He invited the famous architect Harald Bosse for a partial reconstruction of the building. In 1874, the new owner, Vasily Naryshkin, reconstructed the house again (the author of the project was an architect Robert Gödike) and gave it the appearance that has survived to this day.
Today, a restoration has been carried out in the historical building, and its halls (8 halls ranging from 20 to 150 sq.m.) are available for rent and private events. The mansion also regularly organizes excursions.
During the restoration work on March 27, 2012, a unique treasure had been found in the mansion, which was named one of the most valuable in the history of such finds by experts.
- Address: St. Petersburg, ul. Chaikovskogo, 2
- Phone Number: +7 (952) 226-68-86 - организация экскурсий; +7 (911) 925-34-34 - по вопросам аренды
- Site: https://trubetskoy-palace.com
- Additional: +7 (952) 226-68-86 – guided tours; +7 (911) 925-34-34 – rental services and event
Monday - Sunday: Free
The mansion is closed for public visits. The entrance is possible during guided tours and private events