About this tour

One of the main streets of Vinnytsia is Kotsyubinsky Avenue. It starts near the railway station and ends at the Chornobyl Heroes' Square.

Tour dates: daily from June 11, 2022 to December 22, 2022.


Once upon a time, Kotsyubynskyi Avenue was a city suburb, and one of the most famous Ukrainian writers, Mykhailo Kotsyubynskyi, lived in a small old house on Bevza Street.

Today, not far from the avenue, an oasis of beauty, spirituality and humanity is attracting attention. This is a manor house - Literary and Memorial Museum of M.M. Kotsyubynskyi, it is a kind of visiting card of the city. And we will certainly be near her. During the excursion, you will definitely learn about the creative and life path of the outstanding classic of Ukrainian literature, the great humanist and Sun worshiper Mykhailo Mykhailovych Kotsyubynskyi, who was born and lived in Vinnytsia for 33 years.

5 reasons to choose tour

1

You will learn the history of the Kotsyubynskyi Avenue - one of the main thoroughfares of Vinnytsia, its former names, and its phased construction.

2

Visit the Literary Memorial Museum of Mykhailo Mykhailovych Kotsiubynskyi, an outstanding classic of Ukrainian literature.

3

You will see the aircraft that cemented the association with the capital of the Air Force of Ukraine.

4

You will hear a story about the construction of four railway stations in the city.

5

Take a walk through the emerald district "Zamostya"

Key landmarks

1

Literary and Memorial Museum of M.M. Kotsyubinsky (family estate)

The family manor was established in the 20s of the last century by the grandfather of the writer, Maksym Abaz. On the then deserted outskirts of Vinnytsia, which is still called "Zamostya", he bought a plot of land and built a farm, calling it Abazivka. On the southern side, Abazivka was adjacent to a large square where the fair was held. Along the eastern border of the manor ran the Lypovetsky road (now Mykhailo Kotsyubynskyi avenue), and to the north and west lay meadows and melons.

2

Construction of the Kyiv-Balta-Odesa railway

How this railway changed the economic situation of Vinnytsia

3

Temple of the Ascension of the Lord

An architectural gem of the city architect Hryhoriy Hryhorovych Artynov

4

Vinnytsia State Pedagogical University M. Kotsyubynskyi

How students studied at the first teachers' institute and how they study at the modern Vinnytsia State Pedagogical University named after M. Kotsyubynskyi

5

History of the development of the city in the 19th-21st centuries

What is included?

Professional guide

Professional guide

The tour is conducted in the Ukrainian language. Other languages on request.

From each purchased tour, we transfer 10% to the Ukrainian Refugee Support Fund!