Museum of Russian Art

  Tereschenkivs’ka 9      (+380) 44 234 62 18     more than a year ago
Outside of Moscow and St. Petersburg, one of the largest collections of Russian art is housed here. The building belonged to the upper-class Tereschenko family and was built in the 1880s. Private artworks confiscated and nationalised by the Soviets along with the Tereschenkos’ holdings formed the bulk of the museum’s exhibits when it was opened in 1922. The most prized displays are a collection of exceptional Russian icons dating back to the late 13th century. The museum features artwork from many famous Russian painters such as I. Repin, M. Vrubel and N. Rerikh, as well as sculptures, handicraft and graphics. Kids should be kept on a tight rein as the staff can be rude if little people get too close to exhibits.




Wed, Sat, Sun 10:00-18:00, Tue, Fri 11:00 - 19:00. Closed Mon, Thu.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 30Hr, 10Hr for students, 5Hr for children. English tours 250Hr.


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