ANDREY SHEPTYTSKY National Museum
The National Museum in Lviv is one of the most prominent treasures of national culture and arts monuments in Ukraine which was founded in 1905 year by Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky. Nowadays the museum's funds number over 100 000 units, representing Ukrainian arts and national culture age traditions.
At the same time the museum's funds contain masterpieces of such famous artists as Pinzel, Poleyovsky, Filevych and others. There is also a very valuable selection of Ukrainian folk and professional engravings of the XVII-XVIIІ centuries.Development of Ukrainian arts of the ХІХ — beginning of the ХХ centuries is represented in the collection of painting works by the artists from Naddnipryanska and Western Ukraine. The pride of the museum's collection is a chain of Taras Shevchenko's original works. The collection of works of the ХІХ — beginning of the ХХ centuries contains the artistic heritage of Ukrainian fine arts classics such as K. Ustyjanovych, T. Kopystynsky, A. Manastyrsky, I. Trush, O. Kulchytska and others.
10:00-17:00, closed on Mondays.
Adults — 8 UAH
Students — 3 UAH
Children — 3 UAH
Adults — 40 UAH
Pupils and students — 25 UAH
Svoboda Av. 20
Tel.: +38 (032) 235-88-56
How to get there:
The Museum is located in the city centre, nearby the Opera House.
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