Vasilevsky Island, 7th Line, 2, Apt. 11

The museum was created in 1949 to commemorate the centenary of the scientist’s birth. For eighteen years I. P. Pavlov lived in this flat; he died here in 1936. His study and the drawing room have been preserved intact. Many of our country’s prominent scientists lived in the house, and memorial plaques on the fagade bear testimony to this fact.