The Ukrainian National Museum is located in the heart of Chicago's century old Ukrainian Village. The museum houses an impressive collection of Ukrainian artifacts. The newly added Ukrainian Genocide Gallery (2003) contains a large collection of Ukrainian Genocide of 1932- 1933 documents, artwork and recently declassified photographs from the former Soviet government. The Museum library houses articles, pamphlets and books in both English and Ukrainian on the topic of the Ukrainian Genocide of 1932-1933. Ukrainian Genocide Famine Foundation- USA Ukrainian Genocide Brochures are available for free at the Museum.
The Museum hours are: Thursday - Sunday 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday - Wednesday By Appointment
School tours may be arranged by calling (312) 421-8020.
The Ukrainian National Museum is located at: 2249 West Superior Street Chicago, IL USA
The museum has a parking lot and is easily accessible via CTA bus route 66 which stops 1 block west of the museum on Chicago Avenue.
This website contains a growing number of witness accounts, a history of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Genocide, a reading list and recommended websites to assist you with further research.
(3) Watch the documentary film "Harvest of Despair: The 1932-33 Famine in Ukraine"
Produced by the Ukrainian Famine Research Committee with the assistance of the National Film Board of Canada. Directed by Slavko Nowytski, this 55-minute film has won numerous awards for documentary presentation at film festivals thoughout the world. (available for purchase via http//:www.yevshan.com)