In 1840, a project was approved to set up a kiosk for the sale of mineral waters in the Tea House pavilion. On the western facade were arranged taps for pouring water. In the house itself, a kitchen was provided for the production of mineral waters.

The pavilion of mineral waters in the Summer Garden existed for several years. Visitors could drink mineral water and then take a leisurely stroll through the garden. With this exercise they improved their health.

Now in the Tea House there is a souvenir lava of the Russian Museum, and in the summer you can drink a cup of fragrant tea.

Enjoy your walks along the alleys of the Summer Garden.