Ukrainian National Museum

Chicago, Ill.


2249 W. Superior St.
Chicago, Ill. 60612
(312) 421-8020
Hours: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday-Sunday; by appointment Monday-Wednesday
Admission: $5, free kids under 12 with parent

The Ukrainian National Museum collection consists of over 1,140 artifacts including the Chicago World's Fair in 1933, Ukrainian Genocide "Holodomor" as well as artifacts of Ukrainian culture, history, geography and art. Visitors can see dolls and mannequins dressed in traditional Ukrainian costumes, folk art, metalwork, carvings, Pysanky "Ukrainian Easter eggs", ceramics, musical instruments, household items, agricultural tools and historical dioramas. The museum also operates a library and archives with books, periodicals and historical information about a variety of Ukrainian subjects. Contact the museum for special events information.

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