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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
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Reviewed November 15, 2012

Wonderful outdoors museum and park. Fabulous look at past Ukrainian history. Great food and many vendors with fresh cooked food, souveneers, arts and crafts. A must see!

Thank rcd123
Reviewed November 14, 2012

It was in early November with most things losed but still worth the drive. And the small old building used as an restaurent with an old time menu was excellent.

Thank FlemmingH
Reviewed November 12, 2012

very nice place, if the weather is good this is must see. there is a lot os old buildings, mostly wooden brought from all over Ukraine

Thank Kate87M
Reviewed November 4, 2012

Museum has several parts according to geographical and cultural regions of country. Every part is represented with a dozen of authentic wooden buildings forming miniature village (including houses, churches, windmills, taverns, schools). While being a museum it's also a nice place for walking, cycling or...More

Thank Oleksiy T
Reviewed October 31, 2012

Low-key interesting insight into country life. Worth a couple of hours on a sunny day to have a wander around.

Thank mijb
Reviewed October 24, 2012

It's a place where you can get a glimpse of what Ukraine is and used to be. It's a large park/museum where you could experience the rural Ukrainian architecture from long ago, see some traditional crafts and get a taste of Ukraine. Just remember that...More

Thank EgorParienko
Reviewed October 24, 2012

If the weather is fine, and you are tired of the city, Pirogovo is a nice place to escape. You'll see traditional Ukrainian homes from different regions. It also might be a good idea to take some food and wine and have a picknic there....More

Thank iippolitova
Reviewed October 21, 2012

It is a little ways outside Kyiv Center - 30-40 minutes. Pack a lunch and bring some friends. It is a nice look into the way life used to be in Ukraine. Lots of period houses, people in period dress and crafts. If you want...More

Thank David427
Reviewed October 4, 2012

Amazing place. Great nature, very picturesque landscape, large area. Nice food, attractions: horse riding, etc. Amazing fork houses.

Thank olgalala
Reviewed October 2, 2012

I have been to many open-air museums in. Maybe it was because this was the first one I went to? Or maybe it was because I was fortunate enough to have Ukrainian Friends to fill me in on what I was seeing. But this one...More

Thank Steve S
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Response from NewcastleRobert | Reviewed this property |
Get the metro to Teremky station and then get a taxi which will cost you about 50 grivnas (2.5 US dollars).
Joseph S
May 20, 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