Derzhavin museum is his house, garden and greenhouse.
It was restored for the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg and the exhibition was opened at 16 of its rooms, which were present, including items from the personal wardrobe of the poet. From the late 18th to early 19th centuries, his mansion was focused throughout the secular life of the city, there is a monthly meeting held fans of Russian literature. Subsequently, he was given spiritual board at the residence of the archbishop, and in the Soviet period there raspologalalis communal apartments. Now it is divided into two buildings, one dedicated to Derzhavin and Pushkin, the other occupied by the permanent exhibition of porcelain and works by artists of the 20th century.