The museum is housed in a former prison, which was used by three occupying powers: Polish, Soviet and German. Visitors can view prison cells, the investigator’s office, lab, and other areas of prison life. Here you can learn the history of the building, with documents and lists of executed prisoners. Particular attention is paid to the mass executions on June 1941, which are shown in a footage from newsreels.
Admission is free.
Hours: Mon–Sat 10:00–19:00, Sun 10:00–17:00.
Address: Lviv. Str. Bandera 1.