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Mamajeva Sloboda Open Air Museum

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About UsIn the middle of XVII century a French engi­neer and cartographer Guillaume Le Vasseur de Beauplan said: “Ukraina est Terra Cosacorum” – “Ukraine is a Land of Cos­sacks”. That’s why in seven kilometers from Khreschatyk an open­air museum – a...more
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2 Mykhaila Dontsya Street, Kiev, Ukraine
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Reviewed 20 June 2018

Mamaev Sloboda - it's like a small time machine that takes visitors to a time when Cossacks lived in Ukraine. This is a themed arboretum. And if to speak easier, Mamaev Sloboda is a village in the middle of a city with a million inhabitants....More

Thank Юлія М
Reviewed 8 May 2018 via mobile

Mamajeva is a natural village and open museum of namadic tribe of Ukraine. You will see a typical village houce pet animals like sheep horse ducks. Blacksmith shop making shoe nails. Village square for punishment. Wind mill made of wood. All traditional natural environment. Ducks...More

1  Thank JSS71
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

Being here is like traveling back in time to 17 century Ukrainian village. It is hard to believe that such authentic and beautiful place is located within the city (about 20 minutes taxi drive from city center). Here you can see old style village building...More

1  Thank Kaspler
Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

I only found out about this place because a local friend proposed me to visit it. It is a ukrainian rural village inside the city. I did the tour on my own, seeing traditional houses, animals and the perfect representation of the village. I guess...More

1  Thank Laura T
Reviewed 4 December 2017

Very nice and silent place in the crowded city. You are filled with the atmosphere of Ukrainian village of XIX century. Provide children's birthday celebration services - with quests, master classes of craftsmen etc. - was cool.

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Reviewed 10 June 2017

Visited during the week,the place was almost empty-amazing!Big park with lots of trees and ponds,some animals,fresh air,the feeling of tranquility,you can hear the birds sing.Very good wc. Very polite guy at the usher desk,all the workers were Cossack costumes. Absolutely relaxing .I know there are...More

1  Thank tensi78
Reviewed 29 January 2016

It was a celebration of our holiday when people usually swim in ice water) They believe that this day, water become holly and you will get your body healthy after this ritual. So very nice to see that and to try very good our traditional...More

2  Thank Milasteniya
Reviewed 15 October 2015

This place was started as mini-Pyrohovo first, but now it's a self-contained place to visit in Kyiv. The big plus is that its located inside of city and it takes about 15-20 mins to get there from centre. The place itself not very big, one...More

1  Thank Bohdan_Kyiv
Reviewed 29 March 2015

We really enjoyed our time at Mamajeva Sloboda. The weather was beautiful, which helps as it is open air. The layout of the park is attractive and well-maintained. My lively boys were fascinated by the animals, buildings and details of historic life. A MUST see!

Thank Heidi A
Reviewed 15 October 2014

I really liked to see the Open Air Museum. It felt like walking in a Kosack Village. Many houses were however closed. This was a bit disappointing. I also tried the food at one of their restaurants. I liked the food very much. It was...More

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You may not find good guide at village. Rather carry your own guide. Can be arranged by tour agency.
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