Grand Maket Russia Interactive Museum, or Гранд Макет, is a private museum in St Petersburg, Russia. It is a model museum, meaning that it represents collective images of Russia on a scale of 1:87. It is quite big, at 800 m², or 8611 square feet, making it the largest model museum in Russia and the second largest in the world. The museum opened on June 8 2012, in a two-storey building built in 1953, at the initiative of St Petersburg businessman, Sergey Morozov. It represents everyday life in Russia: from work, leisure, sports, study, military service, travel, and more. It also features different modes of transportation with movement, light and sound effects: from trains to cars, trucks, trams and buses. The display is interactive, and visitors can push buttons to activate different effects.
The museum is located on Tsvetochnaja str., 16, in St Petersburg. Admission is 400 rubles per adult and 200 rubles per child on weekdays, and 450 rubles per adult and 250 rubles per child on weekends and Holidays. Families of 3 or more get a 10% discount. There are audio guides available for rent. There is paid parking on-site, or visitors can access the museum via public transportation as it is located near the Moskovskie Vorota subway station. There is also a café on-site, open from 10 am until 7:30 pm.