By public transport From the station. the Admiralteyskaya metro station. The bus 5. On foot (approximately 20 minutes) From the metro station Admiralteyskaya. When leaving the metro to the left to the Malaya Morskaya street. Further, on the left to the St. Isaacs Square, across the square and to the right, to Yakubovich Street. And left to the area of Truda. Further to the right to the palace. From the metro station Vasileostrovskaya. On foot to the Annunciation Bridge, cross the Neva, get off at Truda Square, turn left, 25 minutes. Ground transportation: from Sennaya square in the direction of the area of Truda shuttle taxis - K1, K124, K169, K186, K190, K222, K350. Exit the Truda Square, 10 minutes.
Nikolaevsky palace (Truda palace) is located in the square of Truda, in the western part of the center of St. Petersburg, in Kolomna, between the bridge of Lieutenant Schmidt and New Holland. The Nikolaevsky Palace was built in 1853-61. in the style of neo-Renaissance architect Stakenschneider for the third son of Nicholas I and Alexandra Feodorovna, Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich-senior ("senior" he was called not to be confused with his son, Nikolai Nikolaevich, junior).
The building is similar to the Italian palaces of the 16th century - the palace is decorated with stucco, sculptural elements, pilasters and colonnades, a spacious balcony above the front porch. The facade is painted red-brown, and the columns and decorative stucco are white. A flag is flying over the building.
Seating plan of the Nikolaevsky palace:
There is a free seating in the hall, all entrance tickets (without numbering places).