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Can you take Pictures in Palaces?

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Can you take Pictures in Palaces?

Is it allowed to take pictures in all palaces? I read somewhere that there is a fee. Thanks, Dee

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1. Re: Can you take Pictures in Palaces?

We were not allowed to take pictures at the Peterhoff.We could at the Winter Palace and Hermitage.

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2. Re: Can you take Pictures in Palaces?

Catherine’s palace – photo is allowed but without flash

Peterhof Grand Palace – no photo at all

Hermitage – photo is allowed for extra charge but when taking pictures of paintings or sculptures – without flash.

Pavlovsk – allowed for extra charge

Yusupov palace – allowed for extra charged

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3. Re: Can you take Pictures in Palaces?

From what I know you can also take photographs and film of the Alexander Palace.

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4. Re: Can you take Pictures in Palaces?

Catherine's palace does not allow you to take pictures in Amber room, and a few others-but for the most part you can.

No problems in Hermitage-bought tickets ahead of time on line and included photo privlege-not to mention missing standing in a very long line!

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