Radomysl Castle houses the largest in Ukraine Museum of Ukrainian home icons and antiquities named “Soul of Ukraine”.
The museum keeps about 15,000 exhibits from all regions of Ukraine. In addition to icons, museum halls contain original old photographs, a collection of irons, antiques, wooden sculptures, antique chandeliers, paintings and furniture. You will travel through time and feel each exhibit. Bogomolets family collected museum exhibits at flea markets and attics for a long time, saving them from destruction and deportation.
“Soul of Ukraine” Museum is a non-profit organization that operates thanks to patrons and funds from purchased tickets – it helps to preserve the unique cultural and historical heritage for future generations of Ukrainians.
TOURS AND QUESTS
The world’s only unique Museum of Ukrainian home icons and antiquities: 12 halls and over 5,000 exhibits from all over Ukraine.
The master show will reveal all the secrets of making paper using the old technology of the 17th century.
HISTORY OF PAPER MILL
The Radomyshl Paper Mill was built between 1606 and 1612 to produce paper for the printing house of the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra. The initiator of its foundation was the Archimandrite of the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra Elisha Pletenetsky (1550-1624).