The Shuvalovsky Palace is one of the most perfect pearls in a magnificent necklace of St. Petersburg palaces. Constructed for Court and Countess Vorontsov in the 18 century, the mansion changed its owners twice and went through subsequent reconstructions.
For centuries it has remained a location where the high society of St. Petersburg gathered for balls and concerts conducted in the largest hall of the city, the White Column Hall (440 square meters in area).
Events: gala dinner, cocktail, concerts, conferences, exhibitions, fashion shows, seminars and official receptions.
The White Column Hall: up to 230-400 persons.
The Blue Hall: up to 90-120 persons.
The Golden Living-room: up to 60 persons.
The Red Living-room: up to 60 persons.
Knights’ Hall: up to 25-50 persons.