National Museum of Hutsulshchyna and Pokuttya Folk Art named after Yosaphat Kobrynskyy

Welcome to the World of Hutsul Folk Art

Welcome to the World of Hutsul Folk Art

In 2009 we has celebrated the 75-th anniversary of Hutsulshchyna, the first West-Ukrainian public museum foundation. On December, 31 Hutsul culture unveiled its inestimable historical, spiritual and artistic value to the whole world.

Nowadays it is called National Museum of Hutsulshchyna and Pokuttya Folk Art named after Yosaphat Kobrynskyy. It invites you to look into the mirror of centuries, to watch the faces of our descendants and borrow their wisdom for the future centuries.

Yaroslava Tkachuk
Museum Director



Showrooms for tempotary exhibitions have an area over 135 square meters.

Every year there are from 8 to 12 exhibitions, two of which traditionally open the collection of the museum funds beimg hidden from visitors due to limited exhibition space, unfortunately.

This technique enables to show unique museum collections to the general public a , and introduce modern folk and professional art from different regions of Ukraine and abroad.



National Museum traditionally rich in interesting events and important guests ...

Virtual Tour

Virtual Tour

Now you have the unique opportunity to virtually visit National Museum of Hutsul and Pokuttya Folk Art in Kolomyya, Ukraine.

Virtual tours technology creates the illusion of a presence. You can explore the exhibits zooming them and move freely from room to room, using a menu in the upper right corner window of the tour and controls.


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