Boasting an authentic exterior, the Varshavskiy Station St. Petersburg also boasts a unique history. Dating back to the mid 19th century, the station was operating as a rail hub until 2001, when it became home to the Russian Railway Museum. With all sorts of train-related exhibits occupying the territory and the tracks nearby, the former station building itself became a trade center, and the museum pieces were eventually transferred to a nearby facility, which is open as the Russian Railway Museum still.
Guide of Varshavskiy Station
What is currently located in the Varshavskiy Station?
The Varshavskiy Station building is now home to the Warsaw Express center, boasting an abundance of shops, cafes, and facilities for leisurely activities.
When was the Varshavskiy Station built?
The original Varshavskiy Train Station dates back to 1851.