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Museum of Ethnography and Art Crafts

Svobody prosp. 15 | Intersection with Akademika Hnatyuka Street., Lviv 79007, Ukraine
+380 3222 70157
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Rich collections of applied arts

Large corner building just opposite Taras Shevchenko Monument in Svobody Avenue, symbolic entrance... read more

Reviewed 4 March 2018
charles911
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Pelhrimov, Czech Republic
Is that it??

I did not visit the main building. Looking for textiles, I was sent to the building in Rynok... read more

Reviewed 29 September 2017
Margareta F
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Bougival, France
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Svobody prosp. 15 | Intersection with Akademika Hnatyuka Street., Lviv 79007, Ukraine
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Reviewed 4 March 2018

Large corner building just opposite Taras Shevchenko Monument in Svobody Avenue, symbolic entrance fee of 20 UAH (+ another 10 UAH if you want to take photos but no one checked if I had paid that). The exhibitions start on the groundfloor in two large...More

Thank charles911
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

I did not visit the main building. Looking for textiles, I was sent to the building in Rynok Square. I had heard of the rich collections of embroideries and costumes. The visit took me, with a second tour for photos, 25 minutes. Nicely displayed costumes...More

Thank Margareta F
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Reviewed 18 August 2017

I visited this place without any idea how beautiful the building itself is. The museum is Ok, but the building is something outstanding with all original interiors.

Thank VictorVJ1089WF
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Reviewed 7 June 2017

This was not high on our list but we had some spare time so bought two tickets at 20 H about 0.65 per person. To take pictures I invested a further 10 H. Superb exhibition of old stunning clocks. Porcelain, Tapestries, Prints and much more....More

Thank sigzag
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Reviewed 7 June 2017

Not much to do with ethnography but a great collection of magnificent watches and clocks. Extensive collection of porcelain and glass. Nice tapestries, interesting pieces of furniture. Great sellection of early 20th century posters ( especially Mucha). An art exhibition of Ukrainian artist. The museum...More

Thank Lovetotraveldubai
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Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

There are some lovely artefacts in this museum and they could tell a wonderful story of the influence of art on design in mittel-Europe in the two preceding centuries. Let us hope someone with vision, resourcefulness and person management skills takes on the challenge.

Thank Colin K
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Reviewed 11 March 2017

Located smack in Center Town. Exhibits change periodically so it is best to check the blillboard outside of the museum to see what they are hosting. You can enter the Museumnfor free to visit the small but quite interesting boutique on the first floor. One...More

Thank Roksolana T
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Reviewed 5 January 2017 via mobile

Very nice clocks collection and Art Deco posters. The building is super beautiful inside with large wooden stairs. Most of the explanations are in English, with a few exceptions. Definitely worth seeing it. Ticket price is only 20 pp

Thank george d
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

The entrance is not easy to find - at the back of one of the mining café's souvenir shops. Interesting artefacts of country life not so long ago. A bit old and dusty, but to me a must see, a good counterpart to the phony...More

Thank sylvieBee1234
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Reviewed 7 April 2016

We were a little confused after we went through the ground floor of the museum, with two rooms of well preserved porcelain, wooden furniture and odd pieces of tapestry. They are all pretty to look at, some with English explanation and some don't. After going...More

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