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Pirogovo Open-Air Museum

Krasnozemnaya St. | Pirohiv, Kiev 02000, Ukraine
+380 44 526 2527
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Krasnozemnaya St. | Pirohiv, Kiev 02000, Ukraine
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great way to experience history and the way of life over the past 500 years in Ukraine. Beautiful villages with authentic homes relocated to this area from all regions of the country. Definitely on my top recommended list of things to do and see near...More

Thank MakatiJoe
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We visited during the day on New Year's Eve, which was a Sunday. Many of the buildings were closed, but we still enjoying seeing them from the outside. One of the security guards noticed us and went to find one of the women with the...More

Thank MandanaJames
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Reviewed 8 January 2018

A tourist attraction which seems to be popular with the local families as well. I think it's worth a visit even though it's far from downtown.

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Reviewed 4 January 2018

If someone has a spare half-day in Kyiv, and the weather is good and warm enough, that is one of good places to discover. Try to get a local guide at site - his/her stories will make the trip not only a pleasure, but also...More

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Reviewed 16 December 2017

Drop back in time. Eat at the restaurant. Be fortunate if it is a time music is offered. Linger on benches. Do not miss the long horns, not of Texas.

Thank RobCope
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Reviewed 26 September 2017

We wandered round on a rainy and cilly day but still enjoyed wandering round. There is not much information in english but the old lady on duty at the school had a smattering and was very nice. Bicycles are available as is food and drink....More

Thank TheOldSilverFox
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Reviewed 18 September 2017

good place for all day walking! fresh air, intersting, old, historic buildings, very nice to take excursion in this museum!

Thank Liana Z
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Reviewed 15 September 2017

A quaint open-air museum with authentic old buildings and interiors which was quite interesting. Unfortunately, some of it was closed and there was a mad rush to get us out which was not very nice. We had a local guide who liked talking like a...More

Thank gyanfernando
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Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Wonderful place to visit. The place is huge! Prepare to walk your feet off. Or you can rent a bicycle. If you get hungry or thirsty they have multiple food shops which have very tasty food.

Thank Aleks O
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Reviewed 2 September 2017

The place is impractical! No maps, no signs, half of exposition were closed, rude people. In my opinion there is no idea to spend time and money. This place should be improved a lot and only after that they can start to earn money!

Thank LauraLapina
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Response from NewcastleRobert | Reviewed this property |
Get the metro to Teremky station and then get a taxi which will cost you about 50 grivnas (2.5 US dollars).
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Response from Kyle_from_Colorado | Reviewed this property |
Obviously there's some variation here but you should be able to have a fairly filling meal for around 100-150UAH. I went a slow day with few vendors and there was still shashlik, borsch, glintwein, pastries, coffee, and tea... More
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