Your Visit – The Manege Central Exhibition Hall
The Manege
Central Exhibition Hall

1 Isaakiyevskaya Ploshchad
St. Petersburg
+7 812 611 11 00
Opening times
27.01.2023, Friday
Manege: Closed
Bookshop: Closed
Manege Café: Closed
Opening times


1 Isaakiyevskaya Ploshchad, St. Petersburg, 190000
Manege is the largest exhibition space in central St. Petersburg. At the heart of Manege's activities are the showcasing of a broad spectrum of the arts, and providing accompanying public and educational programmes. Public programmes include hosting cultural seminars, screenings, live music events and many more.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you to Manege!

Nearest metro station:
Admiralteyskaya metro station (app. 800 m)

Transport that stops near Manege:

From Admiralteyskaya metro station

  • Buses 3, 22, 27 & trolleybus 5 stop on Konnogvardeysky Boulevard
  • Trolleybus 22 stop on St. Isaac's Square

From Gostiny Dvor, Nevsky Prospect, Canal Griboedova metro stations

  • Buses 3, 22, 27 & trolleybus 5 stop on Konnogvardeysky Boulevard
  • Trolleybus 22 stop on St. Isaac's Square

From Sadovaya, Sennaya Ploschad, Spasskaya metro stations

  • Bus 70 stop on Yakubovicha Street
  • Bus 71 stop on Konnogvardeysky Boulevard

From Vasileostrovskaya metro station

  • Bus 24 stop on Palace Square, then a short walk
  • Trolleybus 10 & bus 7 (stop on Bolshoy Prospect) stop on Palace Square, then a short walk

St. Petersburg Public Transport Portal


Manege is located outside the paid parking zone.

There is on-street parking available alongside Konnogvardeysky Boulevard, Yakubovicha Street and Admiralteysky Prospect and a designated parking/disabled parking near St. Isaac's Cathedral.


Currently, there are no ongoing projects at Manege.
New exhibitions and events are coming soon.


Manege's bookshop and café are located on the basement floor and function independently from the Exhibition hall opening hours. They can be accessed without purchasing a ticket to an exhibition.

The cloakrooms are located by the entrance. Items 40x40x50cm are not allowed at exhibition premises. Please leave oversized items in the cloakrooms for safety reasons.

Information Desk is located by the entrance to the exhibition premises. It provides information on all of our current projects, opening times and services for visitors.

For all lost property issues, please refer to the Information Desk.

Toilets are located on the basement floor. A wheelchair-accessible toilet is also located on the basement floor.

A baby changing facility is located in the female toilet on the basement floor.

There is fast complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the venue. To connect to the network, please log in to authenticate.

For you comfort the parapets along the perimeter of the ground floor central gallery can be used for relaxation, online surfing or art contemplation. Please use the sockets inside the parapets to charge your mobile devices.

Photography and filming is permitted for private purposes only with the use of hand-held devices and apart from when it's prohibited for safety reasons (please watch out for photo prohibiting signs). For professional photography and video recording with the use of tripods please inquire at

To book an individual exhibition tour, please contact us at least three days in advance (make sure to specify your contact phone number in this request). Applications are accepted at the email address below


Manege provides one designated parking space for visitors in wheelchairs. It is located at Manege Square (Yakubovicha Street & Pochtamtskiy Lane corner).
The closest designated parking is located just off the Manege and near St. Isaac's Cathedral — on Admiralteyskiy Prospect and Malaya Morskaya Street.

Access to exhibition & other areas
Ramp access is available at the main entrance. There is a wheelchair lift at the back entrance operating between the exhibition floors. Manege café and Manege bookshop are located on the basement floor and are accessible via a platform lift at the main entrance.

Adapted toilet
A wheelchair-accessible toilet is located on the basement floor and can be reached via a platform lift at the main entrance.

Guide dogs
Visitors with service dogs are welcome.


For adult visitors — 400 rub.
For students — 150 rub.
For seniors — 100 rub.
A valid ID is required
  • Full-time students of Universities of the Russian Federation and CIS countries (including foreign students of universities of the Russian Federation)
  • Russian Federation seniors
  • Students of secondary schools and secondary specialized colleges (from 16 y.o.)
A valid ID is required
  • Former residents of besieged Leningrad & recipients of the "For the Defence of Leningrad" Medal
  • World War II veterans, and other military veterans
  • Heroes of the Soviet Union, Heroes of the Russian Federation & Full Cavaliers of the Order of Glory
  • Former prisoners of concentration camps, ghettos, and other places of forced detention created by the Nazis and their allies during the Second World War, including people with a severe or less-severe disability due to a general illness, work injury or any other reason
  • Citizens of the Russian Federation, awarded the title ‘Hero of Socialist Labor’ and citizens of the Russian Federation, awarded the ‘Order of Labor Glory’ of one of the three degrees
  • Large families
  • Disabled persons of groups I and II with one accompanying person
  • Disabled persons of group III
  • Orphaned children
  • Children left without parental care and raised in foster families
  • Adults accompanying organized groups of children (no more than two people)
  • Children under 16 y.o regardless of citizenship and every Monday students under 18 y.o regardless of citizenship
  • Students of Suvorov Military Schools, Nakhimov Naval Academies, Military Musical Schools, and cadets
  • Serving soldiers
  • Students of secondary, secondary specialized and higher educational art institutions, or students in special branch of arts (visual arts, design, architecture, museology, culturology)
  • Members of artistic Unions of the Russian Federation, members of the Russian Academy of Arts
  • Employees of museums of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation
  • Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM)

Manege + Garçon Café

Visitors to Manege can relax and grab a bite to eat at Garçon Café, which offers light snacks, fresh pastries, coffee and tea.
The opening hours of the exhibition space and the cafe are the same. The cafe is closed during the period when the Manege is closed for re-exposition.
Opening hours

Manege Bookshop

Manege bookshop offers a selection of books, albums and magazines on arts, architecture, photo, design, etc. from the world's leading publishers. Souvenirs from latest exhibitions and the Manege branded gifts are also on sale.
Opening hours