University History Museum
Founded in 1972, the University History Museum is one of the first university museums in Kharkiv. It is a landmark of Karazin University. The exposition of the Museum will immerse you in an atmosphere of the University’s past, and the Museum guides will lead you along the paths of our Alma Mater’s long and fascinating history. Every year, the Museum is visited by more than 4,000 students, schoolchildren, participants of international conferences, Kharkiv residents and guests of the city.
Among the Museum’s guests are the leaders of the city and region, representatives of other educational institutions, foreign organizations and embassies of about 40 countries. Today, the Museum collections contain about 19,000 core exhibits, as well as 10,000 photo negatives that cover the history of the University.
Every year, the Museum staff offers visitors 5-7 temporary exhibitions dedicated to Karazin University famous alumni and scientists, University buildings and collections, academic and everyday life of the University corporation. In addition, together with Kharkiv archival and museum institutions, the Museum holds citywide exhibitions, which display interesting pages from the past of Kharkiv region.
The Museum is an inspirer and organizer of oral history projects, creative performances; a platform for presenting publications on the history of the University.
Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 10:00-16:00.
Virtual Exhibitions of the University History Museum
Author: winner (II place) of the contest Kharkiv University — to the City, Ukraine, the World, Anastasiia Rybalka.
– Frontline Album (V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University)
Author: Researcher of the History Museum of V. N. Karazin KhNU Viktoriia Piven.
Author: winner (III place) of the contest Kharkiv University — to the City, Ukraine, the World, Hanna Hnatchenko. Research adviser — Yevhen Rachkov.
– Dmytro Bahalii in Memoirs of Contemporaries (PDF, 6, 73 Mb)
Author: Senior Researcher of the University History Museum Pavlo Yeremieiev.
Author: Junior Researcher of the University History Museum Olha Krasko.