Ethnography Museum

Description:
It is the only museum of antiquities in the region where one can touch the exhibits and try them on.

The museum exposition is situated in one room. It numbers about 200 exhibits. There are household utensils (wooden spoons, earthenware crockery), folk clothes, women adornments, marriage emblems, agricultural implements, etc.

Andrew and Hanna Regush have been collecting old things for the last five years. The museum occupies one room in their house.
The hostess offers accommodation and board. There is a garden near the house. One can also enjoy waterfalls not far from the house.
Working hours:
Should be arranged.
Entrance fee:
Adults — 5 UAH.
Children — 2 UAH.
Excursion rates:
Adults — 30 UAH.
Children — 20 UAH.
Contacts:
Transcarpathian region
Tyachiv district
Velyka Uholka village
Zibruluh tract

Теl.: +38 (098) 802-15-13
How to get:
By public transport
Go by train Lviv — Solotvyno to Tyachiv town (another way — by train to Mukacheve, then by bus to Tyachiv). Then go by bus to Velyka Uholka village. The museum is situated at the end of the village, 5 km from the village center.
Detailed information about public transport.

By car
Go along the road Lviv — Rakhiv — Mukacheve (H-09), in Bedevlya village turn towards Ust-Chorna sign board, go almost 13 km, at the end of Vilhivtsi village on the crossroads turn to the left, in Uhlya village turn towards Velyka Uholka sign board. Go about 13 km, on the crossroads turn towards the Museum green sign board. The museum is situated at the end of the village, 5 km from the village center.
GPS:
48.242642  23.690981  convert to dd°mm'ss"
 

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