News › St Petersburg wheelchair visitors can now go up St. Isaac’s Cathedral
Are you planning St Petersburg wheelchair tour? This news is for you!
Special elevator was installed in order to help wheelchairvisitors of St.Petersburg - St. Isaac’s Cathedral to experience stunning 120 feet bird-view of St. Petersburg.
St Isaak's Cathedral is one of the most popular sites to visit for native St. Petersburg and its travelers. One of its exciting features - is the 120 high Colonnaded Walkway. Once you climb those 562 steps - you will witness amazing view of St. Petersburg and its unique skyline.
During the summer the museum offers to visit the Colonnade of St Isaac’s Cathedral evenings and nights, to climb 43 meters (120 feet) high and to see the view of St Petersburg, one of the most beautiful cities of the world. It is especially beautiful within the short period of white nights. White nights give unique charm to architectural ensembles of the city, its squares and streets. Having climbed the Colonnade, you will see the panoramic view of Neva and bridges opening.
Up until recently it was not available for disabled people. Now a special 20-minute excursion was prepared especially for St Petersburg wheelchair tourists. Disabled visitor will be escorted all the way up to special platform.
Please note that this excursion should be pre-reserved.
You are a wheelchair St. Petersburg visitor? Planning St Petersburg shore tour? Take advantage of special offer just for you - escorted visit to St. Isaac’s Cathedral Colonnade.