Українські музеї світу
Museum of the liberation struggle of Stepan Bandera has been functioning in London for many decades. Ukrainian Information Service collected the archives and museum exhibits in their premises and welcome all interested to visit and learn the history of the Ukrainian independence movement.
The visitors have a chance to see the exhibition of personal belongings of Stepan Bandera, unique documents and old foreign Ukrainian publications the only copy of which are kept in London in the Ukrainian Information Service’s OUN Archive.
Museum of the liberation struggle of Stepan Bandera
200 Lіverpool Road N1 1LF London
virtual tour http://incognita.day.kiev.ua/museums/bandery/ (Photo by Andrіy Zhukov).
The Ukrainian Museum of Canada was founded by the Ukrainian Women's Association of Canada (UWAC) in 1936 in Saskatoon. It was Canada's first Ukrainian museum and served as a center dedicated to the advancement of the knowledge of and the preservation of Ukrainian heritage in Canada. From its humble beginnings and with much community support the museum has developed into one of Canada's major Ukrainian Collections.
The first gallery space was at the Petro Mohyla Institute (401 Main Street) and opened to the public in 1941. In 1965, gallery space was also provided in the new Mohyla Institute when they moved to 1240 Temperance Street. Rapid growth in the late 1960s and early 1970s resulted in the need for expanded space to house the museum's growing collection...
Ukrainian Museum of Canada
910 Spadina Crescent East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada S7K 3H5
The Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre is a museum, gallery, and library in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Oseredok was founded in 1944 by the Ukrainian National Federation of Canada as a museum, archives, library and art gallery. It is the largest Ukrainian cultural institution of its kind in Canada.
The museum collects and preserves materials and artifacts including documents, ancient maps, rare books, film, photographs, items of folk art, pioneers' tools, musical instruments, and regional folk costumes. The gallery exhibits work of Canadian and international Ukrainian artists.
Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre
184 Alexander Avenue East, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
The Ivan Franko Museum in Winnipeg is unique. It is the only one in the world outside of the Ukraine that is dedicated to this stellar Ukrainian artist and patriot.
The Museum functions primarily through the efforts of volunteers and relies upon the support of individuals for its operating funds. Admission to the Museum has always been free of charge.
The Ivan Franko Museum is recognized by the Province of Manitoba as a charitable institution. Financial contributions are tax deductible; official receipts are provided. All donations are gratefully accepted and warmly welcome.
Ivan Franko Museum
200 McGregor Street/Winnipeg, Manitoba/R2W 5L6.
For individual or group tours, call 204 589 4397
History is brought to life at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, an open-air museum where costumed role-players recreate the life of early Ukrainian pioneers that settled in east central Alberta from 1892-1930. Step back in time to hear real stories of hardships and triumphs in Canada’s oldest and at one-time largest bloc settlement of Ukrainian pioneers. Explore more than 35 relocated and restored structures including a burdei (sod house), a one-room and two-room school, grain elevator, blacksmith shop and three churches of Eastern Byzantine Rite. Special events take visitors of all ages back to east central Alberta’s cultural and agricultural roots. Make your experience complete with authentic Ukrainian food.
The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village is located 25 minutes (50 km) east of Edmonton on Highway 16.
The Taras H. Shevchenko Museum, owned and operated by the Taras H. Shevchenko Museum and Memorial Park Foundation, is a non-profit corporation, founded by the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians, for the purpose of popularizing the life and work of the Bard of Ukraine, and the contribution of Canadians of Ukrainian descent to the social, economic and cultural life of Canada. See our Mission and Vision Statements.
Taras Shevchenko Museum & Memorial Park Foundation
1614 Bloor St. West
Nestled in the midst of “Museum Mile”, which includes the Guggenheim, the Frick Collection and diagonally across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art on the southeast corner of 79th Street and Fifth Avenue,stands one of the most magnificent turn-of-the-century mansions in New York City that houses the Ukrainian Institute of America (UIA). The history of the Fletcher-Sinclair mansion dates back to 1898 when Isaac Fletcher, a banker and railroad investor, commissioned the renowned architect C.P.H. Gilbert to build a house using William K. Vanderbilt’s neo-Loire Valley chateau as its model on the property which was originally the Lenox farm. Mr. Fletcher was so pleased with his new home that he hired Jean Francois Raffaelli to paint a portrait of it. The painting, the mansion and Fletcher’s extensive art collection were all eventually bequeathed to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1917...
Ukrainian Institute of America
2 East 79th Street
New York, NY 10075
The Ukrainian History and Education Center began its existence as the Museum and Archives of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA. The museum was founded in 1966, and grew out of the donations of the personal collections of Patriarch Mstyslav and Konstantyn and Olena Moshchenko. Since then, the museum collection has expanded greatly through the generous donations of many individuals, families, and groups, and now consists of over 15,000 items. In its early days, the musem displayed its collections in the basement of St. Andrew Memorial Church, but this damp space was not appropriate for items of such importance. In the late 1980s, an initiative was undertaken to construct a new museum building, and today a modern 30,000 square foot facility is three-quarters complete.
Ukrainian History and Education Center
The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (UIMA) preserves and promotes contemporary art as a shared expression of the Ukrainian and American experience. UIMA develops, utilizes and encourages artistic talent through exhibitions, concerts, readings, lectures and films to serve the cultural needs of our community and city, and thereby strengthen cultural understanding and diversity.
Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art