What museums will open ther doors in March?
07.03.2019

What museums will open ther doors in March?


Time passes, but the museums still remain in the hearts of residents of the Ukrainian capital. Moreover, the museums themselves do everything to be interesting and keep their doors open. On some days of March you can look at interesting exhibitions for free. March 5 will be happy to see guests at the Museum of Alexander Pushkin (Kudryavskaya Street, 9) and at the Museum of the Sixties (Gonchar Street, 33A). On March 12, do not forget to visit the Kavaleridze Museum Workshop (Andreevskoy Spusk, 21). On March 22, you can take a closer look at the Museum of the Ukrainian Diaspora (Moskovskaya Street, 40B) and the Ivan Gonchar Museum National Center of Culture (Lavrskaya Street, 19) for free. For dessert, we recommend visiting the National Museum of Taras Shevchenko and the Memorial House Museum of Taras Grigorovich Shevchenko, which can be reached without obstacles on March 28
Well, what kind of paid and wonderful exhibitions you can visit in the capital this spring, find out in the billboard and news on CityCard.

Author: Инна Погрибная

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