Assumed there would be more eggs!! Bit expensive for what you see, but we enjoyed seeing the intricate work of Faberge.
The museum is more a story of the Faberge business and the life of Faberge with only three eggs on display. However, the photos of Nicholas and Alexandra and the children are wonderful to see. Also interesting to see Faberge's animal collection in a special exhibition at the museum.
I had read about how this museum came to be so I had to go and support it for all its efforts to bring the designs of Fabergé. But I was looking for the eggs and the only ones I saw were reproductions in the gift shop. It is small but there are lovely things on display. It is a... More
I thought it would have more eggs but it is mostly other examples of faberge jewellery which was interesting
We went to the Faberge museum with an expectation to see the brilliant work of this famous company, knowing that the fabulous eggs are shown in other museums. After buying the tickets 12 EUR for adult we saw 3 room on the second floor showing one egg, that can be seen also on the museum poster and some cigar boxes... More
12 euro for 10 minutes worth of viewing. Don't waste your time or money unless you have visited every other attraction in town
If you are going here to see Faberge eggs, forget it. The one shown on the museum sign was the only one. It mostly tells the story of Faberge and shows other examples of his work and that of others in the company. Yes, some of it was gorgeous but overall, it was not what we expected. The museum is... More
In world-class museums I have admired Faberge eggs and thought until now that I was sort a dormant fan of Faberge's work. I guess I'm not. As others have reported, there are only two Faberge eggs and the rest of the work is of middling interest, at best. The worst part of it though is the price. We were told... More
There may have been torrential rain outside but it was a shiny, sparkly, Imperial day inside the Faberge Museum Not all the pieces are Faberge however - you'll also see Cartier & Lalique (among others) I thought the price of admission was steep at €17 per person / €13 for Seniors, especially given the small exhibit but it was worth... More
We only went in here because it was a cold and wet day, but were pleasantly surprised by what we found. Although there are only two eggs, the world of other objects by Faberge and others turned out to be fascinating. Be sure to ask one of the very informed staff to tell you more about the collection - knowing... More
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