The Ukrainian Museum

Museum in The Villages area

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The establishment of The Ukrainian Museum is considered by many to be one of the finest achievements of the Ukrainian immigrants in the United States. The Museum was founded in 1976 by the Ukrainian National Women's League of America, Inc. (UNWLA), and its purpose is to preserve, interpret and present the rich cultural heritage of the Ukrainian people. Through exhibitions, scholarly study and documentation, educational programs publications and community related events, the Museum shares the remarkable scope and diversity of the Ukrainian culture with its public.

The Ukrainian Museum maintains the following collections: folk art, fine arts, and photographic/documentary. Its permanent, changing and traveling exhibitions are developed from these collections and from loans from other museums or private collections. Major exhibitions are accompanied by a bilingual informative, illustrated catalogue. The institution's educational program offers courses and workshops in traditional Ukrainian folk crafts, designed both for adults and children, and includes lectures as well as various cultural events as part of a community outreach program.

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Has a shopNo parkingNo restaurant/cafeHas a library/BookstoreNot accessible to disabled persons

Opening hours

From 11:30 to 17:00
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, Holidays


Adults $8, Seniors and Students with valid ID $6, Members and Children under 12 Free


Address: 222 E 6th St., New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-228-0110 Fax: 212-228-1947

Between 2nd and 3rd Ave. Subway: 6 to Astor Place, W/R to 8th St. or F/V to 2nd Ave. and Houston St.

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