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Basic information
103 Griboyedov Canal,
St Petersburg

Opening hours

Monday closed

Tuesday 12pm – 8 pm

Wednesday 2pm – 9 pm

Thursday 2pm – 9 pm

Friday 2pm – 9 pm

Saturday 2pm – 9 pm

Sunday 12pm – 8pm


Adult – 250 RUB

*Concessions – 100 RUB

* for details go to TICKETS
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Adult – 250 RUB

*Concessions – 100 RUB

* for details go to TICKETS
103 Griboyedov Canal
St Petersburg
Getting to the museum
By metro 
- Sennaya Ploschad, Sadovaya and Spasskaya metro stations, approximately 15 minutes on foot from there

From Nevskiy Prospekt and Admiralteyskaya metro stations 
- buses 3, 22, 27 to Mariinsky Theatre stop

From Vasileostrovskaya metro station 
- buses 6, 100 to Mariinsky Theatre stop

Any bus to Teatralnaya Square, then walk down Dekabristov Street towards Lviny Lane, turn right into Lviny Lane and then right onto Griboyedov Canal.

Tickets can be purchased at the museum ticket office or on the website

Please note that concessions and free admission tickets can also be booked on the website


- citizens of the Russian Federation and Belarus - 250 rubles,

- foreign citizens (including CIS countries) - 250 rubles.


Concessions (upon presentation of an appropriate document):

 - pensioners - 100 rubles;

- people with disabilities, group III - 100 rubles;

- students of secondary schools and specialized secondary educational institutions (over 16 years of age) - 100 rubles;

- full-time higher education students from the Russian Federation and the CIS countries (including foreign students studying in the Russian Federation) - 100 rubles;

- members of large families - 100 rubles;

- persons exposed to radiation as a result of the Chernobyl Accident and testing at the Semipalatinsk Test Site and other categories of citizens equated to them - 50 rubles.


Free admission (on presentation of an appropriate document):

 - veterans and invalids of the Great Patriotic War and other military actions;

- survivors of the Siege of Leningrad and citizens awarded the medal "For the Defense of Leningrad;

- Heroes of the Soviet Union, Heroes of the Russian Federation and Full Cavaliers of the Order of Glory;

- persons with disabilities, groups I and II, with one attendant;

- employees of museums of the Russian Federation;

- members of ICOM, CIMAM, and UNESCO;

- disabled children with one attendant;

- orphaned children;

- cadets of Suvorov Military School and Nakhimov Naval School;

- children under 16 years of age, regardless of citizenship;

- personnel performing military service under conscription in the Russian Federation;

- art students: secondary and higher educational institutions;

- members of creative unions of the Russian Federation: the Unions of Artists, Architects, Designers, Journalists, Photographers; Members of the Russian Academy of Arts.

MASP is a member of the Pushkin Card programme and the Edinaia Karta Peterburzhtsa project (you can pay for the museum ticket with your points, see link for details).


If you have any questions please contact us at or on +7 812 314-98-94

Marina Dzhigarkhanian,
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Associate Director:
Ekaterina Marshall,

Associate Director:
Marina Stekolnikova
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Head of Department, Project Coordinator:
Darya Nikitina,
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Deputy Head of Department:
Olga Tolstaya,
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Acting Chief Keeper of the Museum Collection:

Anastasia Motorina,
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Museum Collection Keepers:

Oksana Nemchaninova,
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Sofia Borodina,
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Giulnara Liukmanova,
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Elena Esono,
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Exhibition Curators:

Ksenia Bulak,

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Rufina Amirkhanova,


Education Centre:

Sofia Kucheryavenko,  
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Viktorina Smurova, 


Anastasia Streblyanskaya, 


Maintenance Engineers:

Alexei Meshkov,
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Vladimir Pleshakov,
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Yulia Popova,

Social Media Manager:
Maria Kazunko,

Museum admission rules


Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday, Thursday-Sunday: 12pm–8pm

Wednesday: 2pm–9pm

Museum of 20 th–21st Century Art of St Petersburg (MASP), a branch of the Manege Central Exhibition Hall, is a cultural institution of national importance. There are special MASP admission rules, compulsory for all visitors on the territory and in the building of the museum.

1. In order to protect the artifacts and for your safety, we ask you not to touch or lean on museum objects, exhibition equipment and not to go behind railings, if any.

2. Large items, large backpacks, outerwear should be left in the storage room and cloakroom on the ground floor.

3. It is possible to move around the exhibitions in a wheelchair and with a pram on the ground floor of the museum (gallery 1).

Unfortunately, our museum is not equipped with an elevator.


It is forbidden to bring to the museum:

- weapons, stabbing and cutting objects, explosive, flammable and combustible objects, poisonous and corrosive substances; aerosol and gas cans, and objects that contaminate the exhibition rooms and other people;

- works of art and visual materials;

- food and drink;

- animals and birds of all sizes;

- scooters, bicycles, roller skates and similar sports equipment.

Sports equipment and prams can be left in a special area in the museum courtyard under the supervision of security guards.

In case of situations that could affect the safety of museum visitors, please inform the staff.

Visitors who cause harm or material damage can be held administratively or criminally liable.

Thank you for understanding!


Photography without flash, tripods or monopods for selfies is permitted in the museum galleries (except for exhibitions that include works from other collections), without the right to publish and reproduce the material for commercial purposes.

Professional photo and video shooting, tripod shooting and sketching on the museum territory, as well as video and audio recording of museum guided tours is possible only with a written permission of the management.

The right to use for commercial purposes materials, acquired in the process of photo shooting, filming or video shooting of any MASP objects is granted only on the basis of a contract with the museum.


Please put your mobile phone in silent mode and use headphones or an audio headset if necessary in order to observe silence, out of respect for other visitors and museum employees.


It is forbidden in the MASP:

- to carry out commercial activity and give guided tours (except for the authorised employees of the museum);

- to put up posters, distribute any printed or other products, as well as advertising and information materials without the approval of the museum management;

- to listen to audio equipment via  loudspeakers, to use amplification equipment, and to play musical instruments.