This section provides information for visitors about how to buy tickets and which tickets are available for museum visits.
Important information regarding ticket purchase for the “Salvador Dalí. Surrealist and Classicist” exhibition.
Ticket sales. Tickets to the exhibition for dates from April 1 through May 15, 2017 are currently on sale on the museum’s website. Tickets for May 16 through July 2, 2017 will be available for purchase online starting April 10.
- Tickets for dates in the future can only be purchased online, on the museum website.
- Only tickets for the current day can be purchased from the museum’s ticket office.
- Tickets cannot be reserved or purchased by telephone or e-mail.
Exhibition hours. You may visit the exhibition during one of three periods during the day:
10 AM to 2 PM, 2 PM to 6 PM, or 6 PM to 8:45 PM.
You must visit the exhibition during the time period you chose, indicated on your ticket.
If you have purchased a ticket online, please obtain a paper ticket on the day of your visit by providing your ticket order number to the cashier at the special ticket office window for online ticket holders.
Cost of tickets for the “Salvador Dalí. Surrealist and Classicist” exhibition.
- Entrance to the exhibit – 450 rubles,
- Combination ticket (exhibition + Faberge Museum main exhibition without tour) – 700 rubles.
At the window for online ticket holders you may also purchase any additional services, such as audioguides (Russian or English), printed guides, etc.
There are no tours accompanying the “Salvador Dalí. Surrealist and Classicist” exhibition.
While hosting the “Salvador Dalí. Surrealist and Classicist” exhibition, the museum will be open every day from 10 AM to 8:45 PM.
The exhibition is recommended for visitors 18 years of age and older.
If you have additional questions, please contact us by phone: 8(812)333-2655, Monday through Friday, 10 AM to 7 PM, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be happy to assist you in any way possible!
On this page you can purchase tickets to the Faberge Museum main exhibition.