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Pirogovo Open-Air Museum

Krasnozemnaya St. | Pirohiv, Kiev 02000, Ukraine
+380 44 526 2527
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Krasnozemnaya St. | Pirohiv, Kiev 02000, Ukraine
+380 44 526 2527
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This park is outside the city in a peaceful rolling hills environment. The park is huge. It contains examples of buildings from various cultural area of Ukraine as well as vendor selling Ukraine make goods and Ukrainian food dishes. You might want to rent a...More

Thank O1224OKwilliams
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you are interested in history of Ukraine, you may find it of interest. Exhibits are spread out over a large area so you will do a lot of walking. Many were closed during our visit. It would be nice to see more open and...More

Thank Edcellphone
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

The largest open museum in Ukraine with more than 300 expositions. 5 Ukrainian regions in one open space. Do not forget to buy a souvenir here. We ended up with buying honey alcohol and flower hairband. We also tasted Kvas from one of the stands....More

Thank ninjas S
Reviewed 6 June 2017

highly recommend trip outside of Kyiv (about 45 minute drive) for large park with reconstructions of villages from major regions of Ukraine. Includes huts, churches, windmills, folks doing crafts, performing songs and dances native to their regions. Very inexpensive entry for all day. Outdoor picnics...More

Thank marktempe
Reviewed 28 May 2017

As a wheelchair-user I just about coped with this with a strong man to push me! :) It was hard work sometimes, but one house was accessible (with some effort) and so I got to see the inside, the paths between the houses however are...More

Thank Nicola A
Reviewed 27 May 2017

It is not a must. You may omit it if you are not an Ukrainian or have a special interest to their way of life in the last two centuries. It can be a good selection if the weather is good and you have no...More

Thank Faruk I I
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

This museum is not recommended to go to on a hot day as we did. It is quite a long walk - a lot of houses are closed... some places (church, school, ...) are accessible only outside... Some places were interesting, some not. We advice...More

Thank Valentina P
Reviewed 19 May 2017

it was nice there, but way too far from city center, donno if it was worth the visit, i have seen much nicer folklore museums.. the park is huge and was n ice walking around, i am sure in summer ther would be more activities...More

Thank leloso
Reviewed 12 May 2017

This is a good day's visit but pick a dry day! It is easily accessible via Ipodrom metro station and thencross beneath the main road to pick up Trolleybus 11 costing UAH3. The trolleybus takes 10 minutes or so to reach the museum but the...More

Thank averyglenthorne
Reviewed 5 May 2017

here you can see buildings from different part of Ukraine, which people used for life in previous centures

Thank Олександр Г
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Denise B
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Response from Kelly H | Reviewed this property |
A taxi can also get you there, wait around and bring you back for about 300UAH, which is to say 12 Euro.
Joseph S
21 May 2015|
Response from Kyle_from_Colorado | Reviewed this property |
Obviously there's some variation here but you should be able to have a fairly filling meal for around 100-150UAH. I went a slow day with few vendors and there was still shashlik, borsch, glintwein, pastries, coffee, and tea... More