Historical museum scale model "Petrovskaya Akvatoria" - it's a new unique exhibition, dedicated to the history of the Nothern capital and the creation of the Russian fleet. "Petrovskaya Akvatoria" - it's a big layout of Petersburg in 18th century, shows the reconstruction of the most significant sights of Saint-Petersburg and its suburbs, related with the Maritime history of the city in the scale of 1:87 There is a water filled space, in the center of the exhibit , which imitates the water area of the city. All objects, including the lost, are recreated in the way they looked in the middle of the 18th century. Reconstruction of the architectural ensembles and landscape is not the main point of the exhibit. It is only the decoration, in which unfolds a picture of life in the city in the time of the great Russian emperors from Peter the Ist till Catherine the IInd
The originality of the exhibit is given by moving objects (figures of people, carriages, ships), light, sound and visual effects, which can reliably reproduce the change of the day and night, and also changing of the weather's conditions.
Different scenarios of the theatrical actions is turned on according the timetable and also by pressing special buttons. It brings the additional interaction to the exhibit. The own developments and know-how were used to realize the scenarios