Ukrainian Museum of Canada

Fresh for 2021

We welcome in the new year with renewed hope and joy. We will be open to the public very shortly, just in time for all your Easter and pysanky needs!

Threaded in History

The UMC was born from a dream to establish a place, by and through which Ukrainian heritage and Ukrainian culture could thrive. It would be a place where visitors would learn about Ukrainians and Ukrainian Canadians, and more importantly, learn and understand Ukrainian customs and traditions and their impact on the global community.

Taking into account the strong cultural prejudice against Ukrainian Canadians in the 1930’s, that dream was quite bold.








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Time for Pysanka Workshops!

When the promises of Spring are just on the horizon, that also means it’s time for Easter and traditions we hold dear. Whether this is your first time or hundredth time, each pysanka you make will be unique and you can write out ages old symbols of wishes and hopes for the upcoming season.

This year, as with everything else, the Easter holidays may be a bit different, but just like pioneers who adapted to a changing world and it’s events, we will adapt and change too. The comfort they brought were in the forms of traditions that brought them closer to their roots, and we hope this tradition of dyes, beeswax, and eggs brings a bit of joy your way and reconnect you to whatever roots you have growing.

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Explore

The Museum is home to a significant collection of Ukrainian folk arts, traditional dress, woven and embroidered articles, pysanky, wood carvings, photographs, and icons.

Enrich

Our gift shop is a popular area for our guests to browse with its large variety of authentic Ukrainian clothing, giftware, and books.

Experience

Throughout the year we offer a variety of events at the museum. Workshops, open houses, exhibition openings, readings, artist talks, we always have something to look forward to on the horizon.

Hours and Admission

Closed Sunday and Monday
Tuesday-Saturday- 10 AM – 5 PM
Closed on Holidays

Adults (16+): $9.00
Seniors (60+): $8.00
Children (under 16): $7.00
Preschoolers: Free

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910 Spadina Crescent East,
Saskatoon, SK
306.244.3800
ukrmuse@sasktel.net

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