The Banderas' family lodge in Volya-Zaderevatska became a museum already during first days of Ukrainian independence. At the very beginning the person who took care of the house was Anna Ivaniv — close friend of Oksana Bandera (sister of a famous politician). Nowadays it is a real museum, and annually something new appears there.
The exposition is located in six rooms. In the first room there is a genealogy of the Banderas' family. In the next room there is a chapel, where Stepan Bandera's father baptized his children in winter. Separate divisions of the exposition are devoted to S. Bandera's youth, OUN and UIA activity and to materials, which tell about S. Bandera's death. There are 4 rare original things, which belonged to the family — a table, a sideboard, a closet and a wooden bench.
A very interesting place for the visitors is a room with the things, which were used by the hosts and by other people in their everyday lives, and there is also Ukrainian embroidery represented.
The museum's attraction is a reconstructed underground shelter (kryjivka) with a tunnel.
Should be arranged in advance, Monday is a day off.
Tel.: +38 (096) 073-23-51
How to get there:
Go from Morshyn by bus Stryj—Velyki Didushychi or Morshyn—Velyki Didushychi.