Hutsulshchyna and Pokuttya Folk Art Museum
after Yosafat Kobrynsky

Description:
The museum was founded in 1926. It is located in the centre of Kolomyia town, in the former building of People's House, built for Ukrainian community funds. The museum collection numbers about 50 thousand exhibits which represent all kinds of Hutsul and Pokuttya traditional folk art, beginning from the XVII century until the present moment.
At the museum, the following kinds of folk art are represented: decorative woodworking (carving, encrustation, poker-work), decorative metal and leather working, pottery, carpet weaving, ornamental weaving, embroidery and clothes.

Permanent expositions:
  • M. Bilas's gobelins;
  • Andriy Chaykovsky's memorial room (the famous writer and public figure);
  • Sacral art;
  • The interior of a Hutsul hut;
  • Hutsul clothes;
  • Hutsul furniture.
Working hours:
10:00-18:00,
?losed on Monday.
Entrance fee:
Adults — 40 UAH
Students, pensioners — 20 UAH
Children — 15 UAH
Excursion rates:
Adults — 150 UAH
Children, students, pensioners — 80 UAH
In a foreign language — 200 UAH
In addition:
Photographing — 500 UAH,
Filming — 1000 UAH
Contacts:
Ivano-Frankivsk region
Kolomyja
Teatralna St. 25

Tel.: +38 (03433) 2-39-12
+38 (03433) 2-44-04
+38 (03433) 2-79-78

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How to get there:
The Museum is located in the centre of Kolomyja, at the crossroad of Shevchenko and Teatralna streets.
GPS:
48.52884  25.03795  convert to dd°mm'ss"
 

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