Ukrainian National Museum
Ukrainian Genocide Gallery
2249 West Superior Street
Chicago, IL  60612
(312) 421-8020

The Ukrainian National Museum, located in the heart of Chicago's Ukrainian Village,
houses an impressive collection of Ukrainian artifacts.  

The newly added
Ukrainian Genocide Gallery (2003) contains a collection of
Ukrainian Genocide of 1932-1933 documents, artwork and recently declassified
photographs from the Former Soviet Union.  

The Museum library houses materials in English and Ukrainian on the topic of the
Ukrainian Genocide of 1932-1933.

The Museum hours are:  Thursday - Sunday          11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
           Monday - Wednesday      By Appointment

UGFF-USA Ukrainian Genocide Brochures are available for FREE at the
Painting by artist
Konstantin Chekhovskij
Click image to begin a virtual tour of
the Ukrainian Genocide Exhibit at the
Ukrainian National Museum