#Stayhome and get to know Russia online

Museums, theaters and restaurants of Russian cities are closed as firmly as its borders. However life never stops in the most important cultural centers of the country.

Take advantage of the opportunities to explore its rich cultural landscape with no step away from your home. We have prepared some resources to enjoy, learn and share your impressions with your friends and clients.


The State Hermitage, one of the biggest and famous museums in the world, provides displays its masterpieces online. You can even have a look at hard-to-access items kept in its restoration and storage center.

We also offer you a more entertaining and original walk. Have a look at an amazing one-shot video captured by Apple on iPhone 11.

Would you like to dive into Russian culture and artefact? Open the virtual doors of Russian museum in St. Petersburg here or explore the exhibits of Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow.


You probably heard a lot of Russian ballet and legendary composers like Pyotr Tschaikovsky and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Have a virtual seat in Mariinsky theater and enjoy on of the stunning performances on its website. The same opportunity is provided by Bolshoi Theater in Moscow.

A broader array of performances in different genres is available on a thematic website that refers to one of the brightest interventions of Russian culture to the world scene.


Watch ‘Irony of Fate’, legendary Soviet movie that almost every Russian watches before the New Year (Part I, Part II) don’t forget to switch on English subtitles). Look at the skeletons of mammoths on display in Perm and joyful pandas living in Moscow Zoo. Have a look at how St. Petersburg bay looks right now from the biggest skyscraper in Europe.

And, in the end, don’t forget to get inspired for a future trip with amazing views of St. Petersburg and Moscow shot and cut by TimelabPro team.