World Open Day of Museums: where to go in Kiev on May 18, 2016
Do not know where to go with the child so that it would be interesting and to spend time with benefit? We have great news for you! Today is the International Museum Day in 2016, which means that there is an excellent opportunity to visit Museum Day in Kyiv for free or for symbolic money 2016. Do not miss out!
International Museum Day mdash; this is an annual event that is celebrated all over the world from America and Oceania to Europe, Asia and Africa. Statistics say that in the first place in the world on the attendance of museums is Spain. But this does not mean that the Day of Museums on May 18, 2016 in Kiev will go unnoticed.
The day of museums in Kiev 2016 or as usual they say the night of free museums (many museums offer special events for an overnight visit) will not leave anyone indifferent. Write down the program of events for the Day of Museums in 2016. Good mood, many positive emotions and new knowledge to you and your child are guaranteed!
Museum of Arts. Bogdan and Varvara Khanenko
The special program of the Museum of Khanenko for the Day of Museums is called the Patterns of the World. Its main theme is traditional ornament, pattern. Program of celebrations:
Entry required: (044) 499-31- 61, 280-40- 27. Ticket price 80 UAH / person. Family ticket for 2 people. 150 UAH.
Tel. 044 499 31 61, 280 40 27
ul. Rybalskaya, 22. Entrance through the entrance # 2
National Museum of Taras Shevchenko
On May 14 the museum offers a special program of events:
10.00 photo drier on the theme of Kiev and Kiev
12.00 and 16.00 theatrical excursion Drawings that come to life - a new thematic collection of original works by T.Shevchenko-artist.
13.00 Presentation of the exhibition project Dubia / Doubtful
17.00 18.00 Concert of classical music performed by the Symphony Orchestra of KDAI
18.00 -18.40 Vasily Stus's poetry is read by Roman Semisal
On the day of the museums in Kiev, 2016 pleasant surprises arise, so use the contacts below to find out all the details.
Tel. 044 234 25 56
Blvd. Taras Shevchenko, 12