On the rise in the center of the village, to the left of the road, stands the majestic Church of the Holy Spirit with a bell tower. The temple was built in 1795 by master Ferenc Tekka. The church is slender and perfectly proportioned: the high tower above the nave ends with a baroque dome. The wooden two-story belfry, which stands nearby, is covered with tin. Due to inter-confessional disputes between the Orthodox and Greek-Catholic religious communities of the village, the temple is empty and is a museum. The last restoration of the temple and bell tower was carried out in 1969-1970.
Kolochava is known primarily as a museum village. As many as ten museum institutions operate here. They are dedicated to folk architecture, narrow-gauge, Bokorash, Soviet school, Czech school, Arpad line, internationalist soldiers, UPA soldiers and Ivan Olbracht. Each museum impresses with its uniqueness and inimitability.
In addition, as many as twenty sculptures have been installed in Kolochava. Here you can find monuments dedicated to workers, shepherds and teachers. In total, half a hundred memorial objects are located in Kolochava.
The unique Shwegan Bird Park is also located in Kolochava. A local enthusiast has collected a huge collection of exotic birds in it.
There is a “School of Shepherding” in Kolochava, where tourists are given the opportunity to try themselves as a shepherd: drive a flock of sheep out to pasture, cook cottage cheese and milk goats and sheep.
In the spring, you can admire the real purple sea in Kolochava – the saffron valley is located here.