Polish Garden (Polsky Sad, Russian: Польский сад) is located at the corner of Moskovsky prospect and the Fontanka River at the Obukhov Bridge. The garden got its name from the nearby Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Cathedral. Until a few years back, the garden looked like a deserted wasteland. But in 2006 the garden was transferred to the Derzhavin museum-estate. The museum carried out a costly reconstruction - cleaned up ponds, fixed bridges, planted new trees, shrubs and flowers.
The garden has now been restored to its original design of the Derhzavin era. The garden area is about 1 hectare. It's a wonderful garden, but you have to pay 30 roubles for admission.