A nice, cosy museum situated in the centre of Kyiv. The building is big and resembles the architecture of ancient temples. The exposition is chronologically built, and the halls are constructed in a round way, meaning that you enter the first hall and go from one hal to another without the fear of being lost and confused. On ferial days, especially in the mornings, there are not many people in the museum, but on weekends and holidays there are crowds. By the way, the museum stuff organized a children's room on the first floor. It is furnished with soft children chairs, and pencils and pieces of paper are put there for children to draw. Young people also can find a place there - the museum stairs are great to sit on and chat or read.
Overall, I think that museum successfully represents the history of Ukrainian art by displaying its masterpieces, but I hope that the museum will expand its territory and gain more buildings to be able to show more.
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