According to legend a man walked up the hill, erected a cross and prophesied: 'A great city will stand on this spot'. That man was the...
Museum of One Street
This museum lays out individual histories of Andriyvsky uzviz buildings. The sheer jumble-sale eclecticism of the collection –...
St Andrew's Church
Naturally, the stunning gold and blue sight shining at the top of Andriyvsky uzviz was built in 1754 by Italian architect Bartolomeo...
This semi-avant-garde theatre has an informal, cafe-like environment. Performances involve much song and dance as well as food, so...
Sneak away from the busy uzviz and you find yourself in what seems like a treehouse – a wooden terrace perched above the dense canopy...
Andriyivsky uzviz 13 · interesting places nearby
Bulgakov Museum information
The much-loved author of The Master and Margarita lived here long before writing his most famous book – between 1906 and 1919. But this building was the model for the Turbin family home in The White Guard, his first full-length novel and the best book to read about Kyiv. Substituting for the interiors lost in the Soviet period, designers created a strange and memorable space populated with the author's memories and characters. There are more tourists in Andriyvsky uzviz than the museum can cope, so booking is essential.