Museum of Ethnography and Ecology of the Carpathian Region
The main direction is the folk art of the Hutsuls of the 17th - 20th centuries. The museum's collection consists of exhibits that represent valuable and rare works of folk art of the Hutsul region of Western Ukraine. A new exposition has been opened in the exhibition hall of the museum, which includes: collections of tapestries by Ukrainian artist Mykhailo Bilas, sackcloths, bedspreads, which impress with their original, unique composition, lightness and harmony of colors, Hutsul costumes, household items and a collection of Easter eggs. Visitors will be interested in ceramics from the Gilovsky workshop, which operated in Yaremche in the late XIX - early XX centuries, Hutsul clothing 30s of the XX century from Mykulychyn village.
Yaremche, Svobody street, 269
+38 034 342 22 08
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Park-Museum "Carpathians in miniature"
Park-Museum "Carpathians in Miniature" is located in Yaremche in the tract Zhonka in the Carpathian National Nature Park. The park-museum acquaints visitors with the history and geography of the region. Here you can get acquainted with famous cultural heritage sites, architectural monuments and interesting natural sites of Yaremche region: waterfall Probiy on the Prut River with a bridge across it, the little-known sculpture of Queen Jadwiga from Mykulychyn village, wooden restaurant "Hutsulshchyna" in Yaremche, railway station in Tatariv village, stone bridges in Vorokhta village, tunnel, several models of churches and monasteries. The exhibition also presents the Chornohirskyi ridge, Mount Hoverla, alpine lakes Nesamovyte, Maricheika. All copies of the exhibits of the park are reduced by 25 times compared to the original size of popular tourist attractions. The park-museum is located literally a hundred meters from the aviary and a mini zoo on the way to the Waterfall Divochi Slozy (Maiden Tears).
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Museum-Photo Studio ALPENSTOCK
The museum was created to acquaint visitors with the past of the Carpathians, the development of tourism in the Yaremche region during the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the USSR. There are many tourist sticks for ascending mountains (called "alpenstocks"). Every mountain traveler has always had an alpenstock for easy climbing. A feature of the museum are professional photo shoots in authentic clothes of the Carpathian region.
Yaremche, Svobody street, 278А
+38 093 219 75 55

Museum of traditional symbols of the Hutsul region
The exhibits are placed in three rooms of Hutsul grazhda (traditional wooden house). You can see there a variety of authentic things: everyday items, clothing, regalia, etc. All of them somehow represent wide range of Hutsul ethnical symbols in pictures, embroidery or carvings. The museum was opened in 2012 as a part of the Carpathian National Park. You can have a look at collections of authentic Hutsul kitchen utensils (plates, bowls, jars, mugs, barrels), furniture (carved chests, tables and a crib), working equipment (yokes, cow bells, baskets, etc.), wheels, a loom, spindles, snowshoes and musical instruments (trembitas — a type of an alpine horn, dulcimers), etc. The museum collection contains also authentic woven bags, rugs, embroidery and Hutsul clothing (embroidered shirts, keptars — men's sleeveless jackets, hats, kraykas — Hutsul belts, traditional headscarfs). The next thing that could draw your attention there is churynha a big round stone which is associated with origin of pysanka, a painted egg that symbolises Easter holidays in Ukraine.
Mykulychyn, Hrushevskoho street, 73b
+38 098 067 14 91
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Historical Museum of Vorokhta village
The museum was opened on January 21, 2007. Among its exhibits are unique photographs of the first half of the XX century, rare books about the Hutsul region, valuable art albums, publications of the postwar period from the diaspora, Hutsul household items and more. The founder of the local Historical Museum is Myroslav Nagirnyi. The museum reveals the processes of settlement, the Opryshky movement on the outskirts of Vorokhta, religious life. One of the sections of the permanent exposition is devoted to the life and work of the forgotten Minister of the West Ukrainian National Republic and the Ukrainian National Republic, philanthropist, prominent public figure Stepan Fedak (1861-1937) and his family, their connection with Vorokhta. There are also materials on the development of the forest industry, sports and tourist services, sanatoriums, biographies of village leaders, famous teachers of the local school and prominent natives of Vorokhta.
Vorokhta, Danyla Halytskoho street, 76
+38 034 344 13 13
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