Regional Liberation Struggle Museum after Stepan Bandera
The museum exposition is situated in four halls and depicts the history of liberation movement and statebuilding process in Western Ukraine.
The first hall materials present the history of defending this area by Galician princes, "opryshky" movement emergence, the role of Greek-Catholic church in keeping Ukrainian selfhood.
The second hall display tells about USS (Ukrainian Sichovi Striltsi) Legion foundation in 1914. Later it became the main force of the Galician Army — the Army of ZUNR, the Western Ukrainian People's Republic. Some sections depict the events of 1918-1921 years.
The third hall is dedicated to UIA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army) struggle against the Stalin regime. The photos and arms, the collection of circulars and magazines, spreaded by the propaganda service of UIA, are of the great interest.
The special section of the display is devoted to Ukrainian political prisoners. It includes the map of prisons in USSR, personal things of prisoners. A great attention is paid to Ukrainian dissident movement. Here one can see a great ammount of photos, documents, personal things of underground organization participants.
9:00-18:00, Sat. 10:00-17:00, closed on Sunday.
Adults — 10 UAH.
Children — 5 UAH.
M. Tarnavsky St., 22
Теl.: +38 (0342) 54-80-22, 54-80-14
How to get:
From the railway station turn to the right, the second street on the left side is that of M. Tarnavsky. The Museum is situated nearby the regional dental polyclinic.