Shevchenko’s grove – a museum of folk architecture and life in the open air, located on the territory of a 60 ha and is divided into six ethnographic zones: Boykivska, Lemko, Hutsul, Bukovina, Podolia and Volyn-Podolsk. The museum exhibition includes about 120 monuments of folk architecture of the western regions of Ukraine, the oldest of which is peasant “chata”. In the houses you can find household items, agricultural and craft tools and vehicles.
Adult – 15 UAH.
Students – 7 UAH.
Children – 7 UAH.
Hours: 10:00–18:00 (Mon – Fri: no exposure).
Address: Lviv. Str. Chernecha Hora 1.