© The Ukrainian Museum of Canada
The Ukrainian Museum of Canada is a museum dedicated to recounting the story of Canada's early Ukrainian immigrants throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. It was originally established in 1936 by the Ukrainian Women's Association of Canada, the first museum of its kind in the country, housed within the Petro Mohyla Institute until 1979, when it moved to its current location on Spadina Crescent East. Today, the museum showcases collections at four branches throughout Canada, including locations in Manitoba, Ontario, and Alberta. Its original Saskatoon branch showcases an extensive collection of Ukrainian immigrant artifacts, including an impressive collection of pysanky Easter eggs, religious items, household items, and civic and school records. Authentic Ukrainian apparel and artwork is sold at the museum's gift shop, supporting local Ukrainian artisans.
910 Spadina Crescent E, Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H5, Canada, Phone: 306-244-3800
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