Cultural program

As part of the ICM cultural program, we are pleased to invite you to the northern capital of Russia.
As a guest you will have the opportunity to touch the great history and culture of the tourist center — St. Petersburg, visit the most famous theaters and museums.

A complete list of events will be available in the ICM account in February 2022. The cultural program of the participants may differ depending on its category.

Also, in addition to the free program, there will be an opportunity to purchase additional excursions for you and your accompanying persons in your personal ICM account.

The Hermitage

Hermitage
The Hermitage is in the «top league» of the world’s museum treasuries. There are three million pieces in its collection, started under the rule of Catherine the Great and is increasing up to the present day.

As part of the ICM cultural program, participants will have an opportunity to get acquainted with the iconic exhibits of the museum, showing the development of world art from the Stone Age up to the end of the XX century, and visit the ceremonial halls of the imperial residence with professional guides.

The Russian Museum

The Russian Museum
The Russian Museum is the largest museum complex in the world, an authoritative research center overseeing the work of all art museums in the country. It is the first museum of Russian fine art in the country, founded by the decision of Alexander III.

ICM participants will be able to visit the museum’s main exhibition located in Mikhailovsky Palace and Benois building, originally built as an exhibition pavilion of the Academy of Arts.

The Mikhailovsky Theatre

The Mikhailovsky Theatre
The Mikhailovsky Theatre is an opera and ballet theater in St. Petersburg, one of the most important musical theaters in Russia, opened in 1833.

Today the theater, while remaining faithful to the centuries-old traditions of Russian musical theater, strives to keep abreast of the modern world theater process and will open its doors to the ICM participants.

The Mariinsky Theater

The Mikhailovsky Theatre
Over more than two centuries of its history, the Mariinsky Theater has presented the world with many great artists and has become one of the leading musical theaters in Russia and the world.

The Mariinsky Theater gave its first performance on October 2, 1860. It was Mikhail Glinka’s opera «A Life for the Tsar». The theater immediately won great fame and popularity among St. Petersburg residents and guests of the city — before the premieres a huge queue lined up on the theater square.

Mon Dec 27 2021 19:26:55 GMT+0300 (Moscow Standard Time)