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Tsar Events Shares New Highlights from St. Petersberg

Tsar Events DMC & PCO has selected 11 new venues and 2 hotels to highlight in St. Petersburg that will open this spring.

The stunning featured venues can be used for any type of event: cozy dinner for 50, 2500 pax open air team-building, or gala dinner for 1000 guests.

Palm Palace is a new venue in St. Petersburg located in the old 19th Century mansion. Recommended for gala dinners and concerts.

Street Art Museum in St. Petersburg is the first of its kind – a fixed home for a transitory art form. It’s located inside an active factory, the Sloplast plastics laminate works, in an industrial zone outside the city’s central tourist core. A massive outdoor area and decommissioned parts of the factory, like the boiler house, are used for temporary exhibits. Recommended for groups up to 2000 pax events on open area for themed parties, master-classes, concerts, exhibitions.

Lendoc is the oldest Russian documentary films studio and opened in St. Petersburg in 1932. After renovation in 2012 part of studio works as a cultural center. Recommended for gala dinners, concerts, master-classes and conferences.

Crystal Pavilion is a multi-functional space-transformer with the most up-to date AV and decor capabilities, along with historical location (at the Peter and Paul Fortress). It is perfect venue for large winter events (December – February).

Palm Tree Orangery – part of Taurid Palace Complex belonged to Gregory Potemkin, favorite of Catherine the Great. Skylight, amazing tropical and subtropical plants, supported by year-round summer climate create a special atmosphere of each event. The orangery is equipped with professional sound and light equipment

Nautilus Event Space – former historical market turned to weaving mill during Soviet Period. After the renovation in 2015, it is used as loft style event space.

Stables of Yusupov Palace are part of legendary Yusupov Plaace complex that was renovated in 2015. Now you can use it as venues for exhibitions, gala dinners, and conferences.

New Holland Island  is an artificial island in the city center created in 1730s by Dutch shipbuilders. In 2010 the restoration of the space began, the main idea of the project is Cultural Urbanization, blending in historical significance with the city infrastructure. New Holland is open year around and is perfect for outdoor events and teambuilding activities

Rumyantsev Mansion was built in 19th century and was a residence of counselor of Russian Empire Nikolay Rumyantsev, who collected ancient artifacts and had one of the largest book collections in the country. Nowadays the Mansion is a State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg. Catered events are allowed in the Mansion’s courtyard. Tour of the museum followed by a dinner in the historic courtyard is a perfect scenario for a summer event

Golitsin Loft, the first creative quarter, that brought together 5 houses, one of which — an old mansion of the 18th century in front of Mikhailovsky Castle. Now loft houses more than a hundred projects with inherently creative philosophy, an incredible number of showrooms, design studios, bars, restaurants, creative workshops and much more. Recommended for groups up to 200 pax for themed parties, master-classes, concerts, conferences and exhibitions.

Pavilion at Peter & Paul Fortress is a multi-functional space located in the courtyard of Engineer House in the Peter and Paul Fortress. Available year around with glass walls and heaters during the winter. Incredible views of Neva river, Winter Palace and Spit of Vasilyevsky Island from Commandant Marina few steps away from the Pavilion. Ideal scenario is a gala dinner or a day excursion followed by the lunch on the island.

The Hilton St. Petersburg ExpoForum will open it’s doors and 234 rooms in March 2017. The hotel is part of ExpoForum – one of the five largest expo centers in the world.

Lotte St. Petersburg, with it’s 154 rooms, will open in May. The hotel is located in the very heart of the city center on St. Isaak.

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