Bulgakov's home is extremely pretty and interesting with lots of quirky features. Every visitor to Podil should drop by.
It is especially enjoyable for fans of the writer but I think most people will find this museum pleasant.
Unfortunately our tour was in Russian or Ukrainian (hard to know, since I speak neither), but the tourguide was very expressive and we got the gist of the tour. I understand tours are available in other languages.
The tearooms (open from midday) are quirkier than the museum and well worth a visit. The lady serving expertly decided what to serve each person and there was uniform price of 50uah each.
Attractive postcards and calendars are also available here.
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