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Ukrainian Cultural Institute

1221 W Villard St, Dickinson, ND 58601-4849
+1 701-483-1486
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ery interesting.

We sere very amazed at all of the fine craft items that were hand made and how nice they were... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Larry K
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LaMoure, ND
Very interesting

Had a wonderful time visiting the Ukrainian Cultural Institute! Very interesting and fun seeing... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2016
carmenbrunsvold
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Marshall, Minnesota
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Features folk art cultural exhibits, religous displays, and houses a research library. The beautiful hand crafted "Psyanky" Easter Eggs are showcased. Embroidered cloths adorn the walls next to the heritage paintings of the early settlers. Varenyky or pyrohy, better known as "Cheese Buttons", are distributed in stores across the upper Midwest and can also be purchased in house. Each July, the Ukrainian Festival is held, showcasing the history and the "Stepovi Dity" Ukrainian dancers in their colorful costumes.
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4 weeks ago
“ery interesting.”
28 Jul 2016
“Very interesting”
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1221 W Villard St, Dickinson, ND 58601-4849
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+1 701-483-1486
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We sere very amazed at all of the fine craft items that were hand made and how nice they were displayed.

Thank Larry K
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Had a wonderful time visiting the Ukrainian Cultural Institute! Very interesting and fun seeing pictures and items from my husband's Family!

Thank carmenbrunsvold
Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

You'll be able to tour this quaint place in less than 45 minutes. The artwork (authentic Ukranian painted eggs), embroidering and quilting are exquisite. The docent was quite knowledgeable which made the visit that much more enjoyable. Of course, one can purchase eggs in the...More

Thank Nancy R
Reviewed 14 June 2016 via mobile

This is a lovely little store, but, please don't be deceived that this qualifies as a museum. It consists of a 15 minute video about traditional egg decorating, display cases of the eggs, and 5-6 'family heriloom'-type artifacts. The rest is a gift shop with...More

1  Thank wiskyjax
Reviewed 2 June 2016 via mobile

We screeched in from across the state just before closing and the kind staffer (Ellen? I'm sorry I've forgotten her name) let use stay to look around. Very nice little museum area. Beautiful embroidery, completely different than anything we have in my family. Prairie church...More

1  Thank No T
Reviewed 6 September 2015 via mobile

Lovely, knowledgeable people run a small museum (just enough info to absorb in a visit, well organized and with a cute gift shop). If you can, stop by mid-week when they have pyrohi.

Thank Catherine B
Reviewed 21 July 2015

This unique center shows a very important history and culture of the Dickinson area. They have a wonderful display, special gift items and you have the opportunity to meet descendants of German-Russians and Ukranians. They serve traditional foods during the week and during the Ethnic...More

1  Thank Carolyn B
Reviewed 20 July 2015

A small place over 10 thousand km. from Ukraine, with food, and lovely examples of Ukrainian arts and crafts with a fine library. A true cultural center tastefully presented to the public, with the hope of showing the people who are Ukrainians and what do...More

1  Thank halyna49
Reviewed 9 July 2015

Very nice stop to learn about the culture. They have a festival in July that I have attended in the past that is wonderful. The Institute location is open varied hours. They have a beautiful assortment of eggs for purchase and often have meals open...More

Thank 2013cck
Reviewed 8 July 2015 via mobile

This was mainly a collection of the old history and clothes of the first Ukrainians to come to USA, the needlework was fantastic and the craft of egg painting took me to a whole new level. talking to the ladies there today was a great...More

1  Thank Janne N
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