St. Petersburg Fair

With leaves changing their color, there’s nothing more wholesome than a fall fair. Bundle up, grab your favorite beverage, and head to the one and only St. Petersburg Fair happening this weekend at Kirov Palace of Culture. It is a one-stop shop for all things festive and yummy. Don’t miss your chance to check out a unique collection of handmade pieces – from hand-crafted jewelry and decorative ceramics to indoor items and gourmet foods from all over the world – and what’s more, embrace your inner artist and create something with your hands. The fair will hold various workshops where you can learn how to make a candle from scratch or clay vases or bottles on a pottery wheel.

Liteyniy Local Fest 2021

Credit: vk.com/liteinylocal

Credit: vk.com/liteinylocal

  • October 3, 11 am - 8 pm
  • Fligel
  • Free entrance

If fall festivals are your jam, then we have an extra one just for you. The Liteyniy Local Fest 2021 is back in town and this year, the main topics are youth, urban spaces, and ecology. On October 3, Fligel, one of the city’s trendiest sports, will become a setting for numerous activities: a cozy mini-fair of local brands and businesses, as well as insightful lectures. The event is part of the Nordic Weeks festival in St. Petersburg.

Kronstadt: Island Town, Fortress Town, Port Town

Credit: rosphoto.org

Credit: rosphoto.org

  • September 25 - November 14, 11 am - 7 pm (Mon, Wed, Sat, Sun) and 12-9 pm (Tue, Thu, Fri)
  • ROSPHOTO
  • 150 rubles (100 rubles for students)

What better way to spend a fall's day than visiting one of the exhibitions popping up in the city. Whether you’re a history buff or simply enjoy learning stuff about the city’s past, the recently opened photo exhibition about Kronstadt is a great way to spend your day off, plus learn a thing or two about our wonderful city and its surroundings. Featuring over 200 artifacts, the exhibition will introduce you to the history of Kronstadt – from its origin to present day. 

Scary Fairy Tales by Nicoletta Ceccoli

Credit: b17.ru

Credit: b17.ru

Ring in October with Halloween-like vibes from the modern-day artist and illustrator Nicoletta Ceccoli (if you’re not scared). The Scary Fairy Tales exhibition takes you into the secret life of her doll-like characters representing beauty and youth perfectly combined with darkness and disturbance. This will make you think again about the fairytales you grew up with.

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