On May 18, Lviv and the whole world celebrated the International Museum Day. The theme of this year’s event that International Council of Museums approved was «The future of museums: reinventing and rethinking». LCB team has prepared a list of 6 Lviv museums where you can hold your next conference event.
Museum of Ethnography and Applied Arts
This museum offers a facility in the city center with a Conference Hall for 100 people. It is one of the oldest museums in Ukraine which functions from 1864 and has around 100,000 artifacts of material culture, divided into several collections from Ukraine, Central and Western Europe and the Orient.
Beer Cultural Experience Centre «Lvivarnya»
Lvivarnya is an interactive museum and modern art space for business and cultural events by guests and residents of the city. The complex functions as an open platform for the presentation of personal and group exhibitions of contemporary artists. The museum-cultural complex offers comfortable conference halls, conference services and various opportunities for business events and cultural leisure. Lvivarnya and its tasting room will help you relax after hard work days and consolidate new acquaintances in a relaxed atmosphere.
State Museum of Natural History
The State Museum of Natural History was opened for visitors in 1870 and conducts museum, scientific and educational activities. The conference hall is located in the attic of the museum. This is a spacious room with a separate area for coffee breaks. On the way to it you can see the old elevator and some exhibition halls. There is also a cozy courtyard where participants of your conference will be able to relax in the fresh air during breaks.
Sheptytsky National Museum
The museum is one of the most significant treasures of monuments of Ukrainian culture and art. The exposition presents the largest and most complete collection of Ukrainian medieval sacred art of the XII-XVIII centuries: iconography, manuscripts and old prints, decorative carvings, metal, embroidered fabrics, as well as monuments of the Ukrainian Baroque. The museum is a perfect place for opening ceremonies, evening receptions, special excursions for conference delegates.
Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life In Lviv named after Klymentii Sheptytskii (Shevchenkivskyi Hai)
This museum, situated in the beautiful Shevchenkivskyi Hai Park (Shevchenko’s Grove),was created in 1971 as of the largest open-air museums of its kind in all of Europe. Its aim is to preserve the wooden folk architecture, everyday life and art artifacts that depict daily routine, work and leisure of Western Ukrainian villages of the last three centuries. Buildings include the folk architecture and authentic interiors of churches, huts, schools, windmills, oil manufacturing and pottery making buildings. Additionally, every weekend the museum offers workshops on traditional crafts such as blacksmithing, baking, pottery making, doll making and wood-carving. This is a rich visual and appealing overall xperience, owing to the outdoor nature of the museum, the folk architecture, and all the individual accouterments used by people in these regions over the past 300 years. It’s a great place for conferences and incentives in the summertime.