For all who have interest in ukrainian rural heritage its a must visit POI.
First of all the place is made by enthusiasts. It's more compact, better organized and managed "version" of Pyrogovo folk museum.
The idea was to rebuilt a traditional ukrainian village of 17-18 century. Everything from a wooden church to a traditional huts, craftsmen yards and village eatery makes authentic feeling of traditional ukrainian countryside. The place is pleasant itself. Pretty far from a busy & noisy streets in a park side.
You can get inside barely every building on site, and look over real interiors, furniture, utensils handpicked or restored.
Craft yards propose to try yourself as potter or blacksmith. Restaurant proposes not cheap but 100% authentic ukrainian old-style cuisine-best seats are outside: on wooden tables under the cherry and pear treas.
Every weekend and on important religious or traditional holidays they have special programs or festivals: horse shows, music , fire shows etc.
They have English speaking guides also.
Public transport connection can be tricky. Better take a taxi (it'll be 15 minutes from a very city centre)
My verdict: visit it. 3-4 hours including lunch on site will be ok.
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