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Mikhail Bulgakov Museum

Andreyevskiy Descent 13, Kiev 04070, Ukraine
+380 44 425 3188
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Andreyevskiy Descent 13, Kiev 04070, Ukraine
+380 44 425 3188
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Reviewed 6 days ago

If you've read Bulgakov's works, a visit to the Mikhail Bulgakov Museum is a must. The tour is really a story of Bulgakov's life in Kiev (the tour is given in the house where he lived), mixed with theatrical accoutrements, in the spirit of the...More

Thank Erik L
Reviewed 1 week ago

it's more the location than anything else. This is how those early Russian streets would have looked before the vast Soviet-style architecture took hold. The museum is well worth a look but booking is essential as it gets busy.

Thank Damian120
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Charming place for all admirers of Mikhail Bulgakov, Interesting hint - the items belonged to the family are natural, the items which didn't (but still from that epoch) - are painted in white. Possible to buy interesting books about the writer and Kiev of that...More

Thank alex111ander
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

it is more like visiting theatre! if you do not understand Russian - learn before going or read in English "White Guard" by Bulgakov!

Thank CreativeDivemaster
Reviewed 6 November 2017 via mobile

You just need to come into the house and you immerse in different world. The Bulkavov's spirit leads you out from vanity to the place and time of his stunning novel. Definitely recommended.

Thank gennche777
Reviewed 13 October 2017

The former home of the author of The Master and the Margarita and the White Guard, a classic novels, this small museum is located in One Museum Street and contains many personal belongings, books from his life as a student and writer. It is now...More

Thank a24681359
Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile

Just what you would expect from a museum about this master. The clever use of light and the color white was a stroke of genius. And our guide had so much knowledge and love for Bulgakov's work, could have talked to her for hours. You...More

Thank CountessChloe
Reviewed 8 October 2017

If you haven't read Bulgakov maybe this might get you started but better know what it is all about first. You probably won't understand much if you don't take a guide which is essential and not expensive. There are no labels. Bulgakov is perhaps a...More

Thank Baradon
Reviewed 14 September 2017

Museum in white colour. Reccomend take an excursion. Very interesting story. Old things from the period of Bulgakov`s life, his family and relatives.

Thank rudenka33
Reviewed 7 September 2017

It is nice museum to take a look on youth years of very famous Russian writer. Better to remind "Belaya Gvardiya" "Dni Turbinyh" before the visit. This house and the whole museum have very strong connection to the book. Tee party before or after the...More

Thank Nikolay B
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