ONLINE EXHIBITION “SARCOPHAGUS” CHRONICLES. MIKOLA VALITSKY. PHOTO DOCUMENTS OF 1986. INSIDER’S VIEW

A low bow and great honor to the thousands of people who have invested their work, part of their lives to the liquidation of consequences of the Chernobyl disaster

Dedicated to the Day of Honoring the participants of the liquidation of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant

December 14, 2020 the museum created the online exhibition of unique photographic documents about the hellish everyday life of 1986, full of courage, superhuman tension and dedication of thousands of people, whose names are LIQUIDATORS.

www.exhibitions.chornobylmuseum.kiev.ua

The Author of the photos – Mykola VALITSKY – the liquidator of the Chernobyl accident in July-November 1986, a nuclear worker, who was sent to Chernobyl by one of the enterprises – “mailboxes” of the Ministry of Medium Engineering of the USSR. He was a participant and witness of the construction of the Sarcophagus over the destroyed 4th Chernobyl NPP unit, now he is a member of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine.

More than 70 exhibits are presented at the exhibition: unique author’s photos, personal documents, Chernobyl relics, which the author carefully preserves for 35 years.

 

02.02.2021

RELEVANT IN QUARANTINE. THE VIRTUAL MUSEUM 3D TOUR

With the latest technology, the museum is open to visitors, regardless of time, circumstances and location.

We invite you to visit the National Museum “Chornobyl” online, without leaving your home. A virtual tour of the museum, during which you can hear even the sounds of our museum, is available on the website of the museum’s online projects at the link

www.exhibitions.chornobylmuseum.kiev.ua

The virtual 3D tour is available for viewing on a computer, smartphone or VR glasses.

Do not limit the time spent indoors, come to us virtually, at any time.

 

02.02.2021

ATTENTION! THE MUSEUM IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR VISITING!

We inform you that the museum remains closed for visiting until February 28, 2021.

If you have any questions, please contact  museum@chornobylmuseum.kiev.ua. We work individually with researchers by prior written agreement.
You can find unique exhibits of the museum collection, interesting stories about Chernobyl events and their participants on the museum’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NationalChernobylMuseum/. Stay tuned for our interactive online exhibitions  www.exhibitions.chornobylmuseum.kiev.ua

Keep calm, follow the simple rules of protecting yourself and the people around you. Thank you for understanding!

 

20.11.2020

INTERACTIVE ONLINE EXHIBITION “FIRE OF CHERNOBYL. 1987-2020″

Today, when due to the epidemiological situation in Ukraine, the exposition of our museum is closed, the museum comes to you. During these months we constantly introduce you to the unique exhibits of the museum collection, interesting stories about the Chernobyl events and their participants on the museum’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NationalChernobylMuseum/

Now we are starting a series of interactive online exhibitions on the Chernobyl theme. We present to your attention the exhibition interactive project “The Fire of Chernobyl. 1987-2020”, the purpose of which is to reveal the current state of the Exclusion Zone and the threats posed by fires arising on the lands abandoned by people in northern Polesie https://sites.google.com/view/chornobylfire/

This project is experimental, so we will be grateful to everyone for suggestions for improving interactive online exhibitions that we create for you.

 

10.11.2020

ATTENTION! THE MUSEUM IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR VISITING!

We inform you that the museum is closed for visiting until December 31, 2020. This decision was made in accordance with the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine “On establishing quarantine in order to prevent the spread of acute respiratory illness COVID-19 in Ukraine caused by the SARS-CoV-2.”
If you have any questions, please contact  museum@chornobylmuseum.kiev.ua. We work individually with researchers by prior written agreement.
You can find unique exhibits of the museum collection, interesting stories about Chernobyl events and their participants on the museum’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NationalChernobylMuseum                    Stay tuned for our interactive online exhibitions. Keep calm, follow the simple rules of protecting yourself and the people around you. Thank you for understanding!