I wouldn't recommend to visit this museum because it's too small and not so interesting especially for people who don't speak Ukrainian or Russian.
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I found this museum to be quirky, but not very interesting. It is focused on the history of this one street in Kiev, which has quite an extensive history. Unless you speak Russian or Ukrainian and have some knowledge of the history of Kiev and...More
If you dare to go to this place, be prepared for lots of things on display: photos, postcards, costumes, household appliances and decoration. You will definitely need a guide, even if you know Ukrainian or Russian, cause in most cases text written there is not...More
This is a small museum with a number of well done displays depicting the clothes and gadgets from very periods in Ukrainian life. Not a big museum and not a lot to see but it is certainly well done.
amazing - such a concentration of artefacts, unique exposition! Make sure you learn at least something about history of this city and people before you go there - for your own joy))
Worth a look as you stroll down the magnificent Andreyevskiy Descent (and don't forget the Lviv Chocolate Bar at the bottom:)
Right at the bottom of St Andrews descent what looks like some tourist trap shop is this small marvelous museum.It tells the story of the whole street. A pamphlet is given out at the door in various languages and you follow the numbers to each...More
I was recommended this place by my guide and I paid for the English speaking guide and I was impressed by this museum it shows a fascinating history of the people that lived on the street and the structural history of the street itself whilst...More
For me is was boring. Very small place, like couple of rooms, filled with old things that belonged to real people: photos, appareils, documents, books etc. Though if you visit Andriivskiy uzviz anyway, you may try going in.