The Museum

The Museum of historical treasures of Ukraine

The Museum of historical treasures of Ukraine, branch of the National Museum of history of Ukraine – was opened to visitors in January 1969 a Large part of the Museum’s collection consists of materials from archaeological research. For over 200 years archaeologists studying the mounds and earthen structures over the graves. They are ornaments, weapons, bridles, clothing, ritual things that reflect the culture of the Cimmerians, Scythians, Sarmatians. These tribes dominated the territory of modern Ukraine more than a thousand years – from IX century. to ad to the IV century A. E., and played a significant role in world history. Centers of jewelry production in that time was a predominantly Greek city-the colonies, based in the Northern black sea in VII-V centuries to n. e the Ancient masters made jewelry and custom of the local nobility based on their tastes. A large section of the exhibition tells about the era of the middle ages. This is the story of many tribes and peoples, successive in the steppe zone of Ukraine from IV to XIV century. In the Windows of the Museum you can see precious jewelry inherent to the Turkic-speaking peoples – Huns, Avars, Pechenegs, Polovtsy and Mongol-Tatars. Of great interest are the works of East Slavic jewelers VI-VIII centuries and the craftsmen of Kievan Rus IX-XIII centuries a Significant part of the collection of the Museum of decorative and applied art of the XVI-XX centuries: works of Ukrainian, Russian, Central Asian, South Caucasian and Western European jewelers. There is also a unique collection of Jewish…

Хол музею Пам’ятки доби бронзи-раннього
заліза III тис. до н.е. – IV ст. н.е. (зали №№ 1-4а)
Пам’ятки доби раннього середньовіччя IV–VIII ст.
(зал № 4б)
Пам’ятки доби давньої Русі IX–XIV ст.
(зал № 5)
Пам’ятки українського ювелірного мистецтва XVI – початку XX ст.
(зал № 6)
Пам’ятки російського ювелірного мистецтва XVII – початку XX ст.
(зал № 7)
Пам’ятки єврейського ювелірного мистецтва XVIII – початку XX ст.
(зал № 8)
Художнє срібло Центральної та Західної Європи
XV – початку XX ст. (зал № 9)