Ice Rink at New Holland Island
- November 14 – March 14, Mon-Thu 10 am - 9 pm, Fri-Sun (+ holidays) 10 am - 10 pm
- New Holland Island
- 190-350 rubles for students, 190-500 regular (w/o skate rental)
Winter magic is in the air, the first snow has covered the streets, and people are buckling up – the ice-skating season is here. Starting on November 14, you have the chance to glide across the ice under a star-covered sky while surrounded by the spectacular views of New Holland Island. Whether you’re looking for a memorable ice-skating experience, a place to unwind after a long day on Zoom or at work, or to catch up with your friends and family, you are sure to get those magical memories at the stunning open-air ice rink. Good times and delicious festive refreshments are promised.
- November 10 – December 5, daily
- St. Petersburg’s venues
- Check the cafes’ menus for prices
Did you know you can do a good thing by just buying a dessert? Well, this month, the story of how sweets make the world a better place is unfolding right before our very eyes. And November (like any other month) is the perfect time to show how big your heart is. Follow this map to find the best places for your coffee-and-pastry getaways and let the magic do its thing: grab some yummy snacks, enjoy a freshly brewed coffee, and help others while you’re at it.
St. Petersburg Theater Season
- November 14-22, daily
On November 14-22, all theater lovers from around the world will be enjoying live streams of stage productions, various workshops by leading experts in performing arts, recitals, and an international online-conference on the major challenges and possibilities facing theaters today. There will be modernized all-time classics like Hamlet by William Shakespeare or Dead Souls by Nikolai Gogol – all in the comfort of your own home. Theater has never been closer.
Utopia Saved Exhibition by Lee Bul
- November 13 – January 31
- The Manege Central Exhibition Hall
- 150 rubles for students or 300 rubles for adults (only e-tickets)
Manege never ceases to please its visitors with new exciting exhibitions and this time it’s Utopia Saved by Lee Bul – the first-ever major solo exhibition of the legendary Korean artist to take place in Russia. Her works receive widespread acclaim around the world and give a true insight into contemporary art in South Korea and Asia as a whole. The visitors will also enjoy a rich and eventful program that aims to spark their interest, cast more light on contemporary art and culture in South Korea, as well as give room for cultural exchange.