Museums in Kolochava

  • It is a historic and military museum. Its display numbers more than 2 thousand exhibits. The visitors will have an opportunity to see the true bunkers of the II World War period.
    Address: Kolochava vil., Druzhba St., 26
    Open: 9:00-18:00
    Phone: +38 (067) 238-09-85, +38 (067) 215-09-85, +38 (03146) 2-41-81
  • The church itself is a unique monument of baroque wooden architecture, built with no nail. Here a unique icon of the XVIII c. 'Jesus Christ — vinedresser' is kept. The church now serves as a museum.
    Address: Kolochava-Horb, No284
    Open: by arrangement.
    Phone: +38 (098) 966-50-22
  • The museum was opened in 1981. Its profile is historic-ethnographical. The largest part of the museum's exposition is dedicated to Ivan Olbraht, a well-known Czech writer. He lived and worked in Kolochava in 30th of XX c. The novel 'Nykola Shugay, the robber' was written just here.
    Address: T. Shevchenko St. 77, Kolochava vil.
    Open: should be arranged.
    Phone: +38 (067) 713-20-47, +38 (067) 305-60-24
  • Here the visitors will see the whole process of rafting the timber down the local rivers and will also learn about the legendary profession of 'bokorash'.
    Now the museum is under reconstruction.
    Address: Kolochava vil., Druzhba St., 26
    Open: 10:00-19:00
    Phone: +38 (067) 238-09-85, +38 (067) 215-09-85, +38 (03146) 2-41-81
  • Museum was opened on the 14th of June, 2009. It is located at the area of Old Village skansen and presents train with the working locomotive and 10 carriages. Carriages of Soviet and Czech production contain unique exhibits about the history of narrow-gauge railway in Transcarpathian region.
    Address: Kolochava, Druzhba St. 26
    Open: 10:00-19:00
    Phone: +38 (067) 238-09-85, +38 (067) 215-09-85, +38 (03146) 2-41-81
  • It is a museum-shelter, where living conditions of Kolochava participants in Ukrainian liberation movement are depicted. Now the museum needs restoration.
    Address: Kolochava, Druzhba St., 26
    Open: 10:00-19:00
    Phone: +38 (067) 238-09-85, +38 (067) 215-09-85, +38 (03146) 2-41-81
  • It is a unique museum complex which combines two school-museums: 'The Soviet School' and 'The Czech School'. The first one transfers the visitor into the atmosphere of 60-70th of XX century. The other - into 30th of XX century when Kolochava was under the Czech power.
    Address: Kolochava, T. Shevchenko St.
    Open: 10:00-18:00
    Phone: +38 (067) 238-09-85, +38 (067) 215-09-85
  • It is the first village museum of folk architecture and life in Transcarpathian region. It creates the atmosphere of cultural and public life of Verkhovyna. Nowadays the museum contains a dozen of wooden architectural forms — homesteads, dwellings, a blacksmith's, a schoolhouse, a synagogue, etc. These buildings represent architectural and building mastery of Kolochava people of XIX-XX centuries.
    Address: Kolochava, Druzhbа St. 26
    Open: 09:00-18:00
    Phone: +38 (067) 238-09-85, +38 (067) 215-09-85, +38 (03146) 2-41-81
  • The museum exposition displays various armory and illustrates the hard war in Afghanistan.
    Address: Kolochava vil., Druzhba St., 26
    Open: 9:00-18:00
    Phone: +38 (097) 868-95-25, +38 (03146) 2-41-81