Museums in Stryj

  • The museum was founded in 1976 for popularization of the works of writers and artists of Stryj region. Its exposition contains about 600 exhibits. They are books, paintings, samples of graphic arts and folk embroidery, glasswork, etc.
    Address: Stryj, O. Bobykevych St. 5
    Open: by arrangement
  • The memorial was opened in the building of the former prison (worked since 1898 till 1963). The complex exposition is devoted to the former prisoners and those who were tortured in the prison.
    Address: Stryj, Olesnytskyy St. 4
    Open: 09:00-17:00, closed on Sa.
    Phone: +38 (03245) 5-84-68, 7-07-35
  • Museum funds contain 26 thousand exhibits. Old prints, icons, folk clothes, pysanky (Easter eggs), embroidery, coins are worth attention. The exposition is divided into 3 departments: nature, history and ethnography.
    Address: Stryj, Olesnytskoho St. 15
    Open: 09:00-17:00, closed on Sat.
    Phone: +38 (03245) 5-84-68, 5-22-43
  • Museum was opened in the family house of Stepan Bandera. It contains a lot of interesting materials presenting the cultural and economical life of Lany - a suburb of Stryj, native town of Bandera family members.
    Address: Stryj, Lvivska St. 20
    Open: 09:00-18:00; closed on We., Sa.
  • Museum of beekeeping of the Carpathian region

    The museum opened in 2005. The history of beekeeping is presented here. Among the exhibits, you may find ancient beehives made from hollow trees, wooden honey extractors, an exact copy of the bell-shaped beehive made by M. Vitvytskyi, a honey extractor of the twentieth century with an interesting drive shaft, herbarium of nectar source plants of Ciscarpathia, old editions and modern inventions from different parts of Ukraine and the whole world. Moreover, there is also a gallery of portraits entitled «Great people in the field of beekeeping».
    The museum operates on a voluntary basis. Free excursions are held every Sunday.
    Address: Stryj, Valova St. 10
    Open: 11:00-13:00, only on Sunday
  • The museum exposition represents materials about life and creative work of Ostap and Nestor Nyzhankivski, the famous Ukrainian composers and musicians.
    Address: Stryj, Valova St. 11
    Open: by arrangement
  • Museum is based on Olha Bachynska private collection. She was the first Ukrainian woman in Halychyna to direct a big economical establishment. Besides, she was known as an ethnography and museum expert. There are personal things of the activist, family photos, documents and archival records.
    Address: Stryj, Valova St. 6
    Open: 14:00-17:00, closed on Sa.
  • Petro Obal museum was opened in 2005, on June 5. The exposition is based on the paintings of the famous artist (portraits, landscapes, graphics).
    Address: Stryj, T. Shevchenka St. 107
    Open: 09:00-17:00, closed on Sa.