Very nice place to visit in Kyiv. Please, take the guided tour for 100 hrivnas and old lady will take you to the beginning of the 20th century through the years
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This was on the top of my list for Kiev. The way the house is furnished and displays put together really gives a sense of what it must have been like when Bulgakov lived their during the First Works War and revolution. I was guided...More
I had not been aware of any of Mikhail Bulgakov's writing but my friend had and arranged the visit. There were 6 of us and the staff when we arrived we're so helpful and aware of us being English speaking. They were accommodating and arranged...More
We were in Kiev for Eurovision, but I also was keen to see the city. Having just finished The Master and Margarita, I was excited to go to Bulgakov's house in Kiev, and I am so glad I did. Our tour guide (Olga) was lovely,...More
If you love Bulgakov's works as much as I do, this is a must. Well-preserved, quiet house, very authentic with a lot of original pieces of furniture. I did not have a guided tour but a lady who works there provided me some explanations. I...More
Discovered this place by chance when wandering around. If you have read 'Master and Margarita' then it is a must.
This house, where the writer really lived, is furnished and organised according to his books, that were inspired by it, ina suggestive white colour. To can ask for a tour by the gentle Olga or her colleagues who will love chatting on this author and...More
I for sure recommend to visit this museum with Guide.The lady who explained us the story of museum is very nice and she is a real fan.Firstly you need to read Bulgakovs book, other way its not really a place to visit.as well i recommend...More
A wonderful small museum dedicated to Mikhail Bulgakov, designed by two theatre scenografers, recreating the time when Bulgakov wrote "White Guard" as well as stageing scenes from the novel . Also recreating his office where Bulgakov had his medical practice in the building.