The Bohdan and Varvara Khanenko Museum of Arts

  Tereshchenkivs’ka 15-17      (+380) 44 235 02 06     more than a year ago
The house was owned by a famous collector of art and benefactor Bohdan Khanenko (1849-1917), and his wife Varvara (1852-1922). In 1919, on the base of their private collection, a museum was opened in this house. For a long period of time it was known as Kyiv State Museum of Western and Eastern Art. Now its initial name has been given back. The embellishments of the collection are works of outstanding Renaissance masters. Rich diversity of genres distinguishes the museum’s holdings of North European countries. The exposition of Spanish art includes two true gems from the XVII century - “Portrait of Infant Margarita” by Diego Velasquez and “Still Life with Chocolate Milk” by Juan de Zurbaran.


L’va Tolstoho

Tel / Fax

(+380) 44 235 02 06


Open 10:30-17:30. Closed Mon, Tue.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 20-30Hr, 10Hr for students. English tours 250Hr by appointment (group of 10-25 people).


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