Prince Alexander Nevsky

Saint Petersburg

Contact information

St. Petersburg, Obukhovskaya Oborona Avenue, Building 138k2.

Phone: +7 (911) 226-36-87

Operating hours

Wed., Sun.: 14:00—18:00

Ticket price

Free entrance

Founder, owner, and director of the museum

Andrey Anatolyevich Andrienko



About museum

The Prince Alexander Nevsky Museum consists of four exhibition halls, a display room, a conference hall and a 25 seat cinema hall, which is located in the Alexander Nevsky housing complex. The museum collection consists of private collections: artifacts of the Stone Age and the Scythian-Sarmatian period to the early Middle Ages, cold arms, women’s jewelry, household items of the Russian village of the late 19th to the early 20th centuries.

In the halls dedicated to the early Middle Ages and archaeology you can find women’s jewelry from the 9th-18th centuries, lunula amulets, temple pendants (kolts), amber necklaces, bronze and silvered bracelets, rings, silver mirrors, glass beads and much more.

The museum also has many other collections of exhibits.

Weapons of the Scythian-Sarmatian period of the 1st millennium BC – Scythian akinaki swords, Sarmatian swords, bronze chainmail for horses, arrowheads, battle axes, spearheads, as well as weapons of the Khazar khaganate – broadswords, Meotian swords, and bronze bridles of the ancient Cimmerians.

Tin soldiers collections – Teutonic knights and Russian Druzhina. Collection of replicas of the Orders of Alexander Nevsky (from the Empire and the Soviet period).

Silver hryvnia, fish scale kopecks, bracelets, cross pendants, steels, bronze and silver pendants, buttons, bronze and silver bracelets, ceramics, etc.

A large collection of medieval weapons of the 9th – 14th centuries: battle axes, a collection of arrowheads, stone arrowheads, spearheads, chain mail, etc.