watching how burn a fire in the oven, grind wheat flour in millstones, make a path on a real loom, watch the cheese making process in a cheese factory and even take part in a theatrical performance of a Hutsul wedding!
In addition, on the territory of the ethnopark, you can visit the contact zoo with domestic, exotic and wild animals and birds.
Visitors are allowed to approach them, chat and even make friends. A whole firework of amazing emotions is guaranteed not only for children, but also for adults. They will bring home touching pictures, and their love for the inhabitants of the reserve will remain in their hearts forever.
On the territory of the ethnopark there are creative workshops and educational workshops, where you can see with your own eyes or learn the secrets of folk crafts yourself.
For those who want to take unforgettable photos in Hutsul Land, there are original photo zones.
In the ethnopark, you should also visit the “Skrynia” art gallery, equipped with areas for recreation, entertainment, and a Ukrainian film club with world names.
The most valuable attraction of the ethnopark is the presence of unique monuments of folk wooden architecture of the 19th – early XX century, which were carefully disassembled and transported from remote villages of the Ukrainian Carpathians. One of the oldest masterpieces of folk architecture is represented by a wooden house from the village of Rozhanka, Lviv region, built in 1860-80. It was miraculously preserved thanks to the efforts of the last owner, Petr Bakhur. The Hutsul hut of wealthy shepherds from the village of Vorokhta from the end of the 19th century and a closed-type grazhda building are also extremely valuable museum exhibits.
In all the wooden houses of the ethnopark, the authentic interior is reproduced in detail with household items and works of folk art, which conveys the unique atmosphere, traditions and spirit of that time.
Prices for visiting the ethnopark are affordable. Full ticket costs UAH 250. Children up to 12 years old, pensioners and ATO participants can visit for UAH 200, while children up to 6 years old and forced migrants can visit for free.