Private visit to the Faberge Museum

Fabergé created 50 magnificent eggs over four decades, nine of which are on display in the museum, alongside a further 4,000 pieces, including paintings, jewellery, objets de fantaisie, and works by other court jewellers. Hidden within the recently refurbished Shuvalov Palace, the Fabergé Museum displays the original Hen Egg, gifted to Empress Marie Fedorovna from her husband Tsar Alexander III, which launched the extravagant Easter tradition and a number of others. Witness these glorious objets d’art, considered the most opulent pieces of Imperial History, in a two-hour private, guided tour of the museum.