Immerse yourself in hundreds of years
of Ukrainian history, art and culture
Over 4,000 artifacts portray the Museum’s purpose to acquire, preserve, research and study representative artifacts which portray the Ukrainian heritage and its contribution to Canada. Online we have organized our collection into five themes to assist you in choosing whatever theme would interest you most. Then visit us to see the actual items and more. Or immerse yourself in any of the ethnographic artifacts of a particular region. The ethnographic map illustrates the regions in Ukraine from which artifacts either originated or were created in Canada. Enjoy exploring the clothing of the Hutzuls, the Bukovynian or from other regions of Ukraine. Some of these items, such as the wedding chemise were worn by the first wave of settlers to Canada. See if you can identify for what purpose a particular artifact was used.
Admission is by donation
The museum is undergoing renovations and is closed until further notice.
Ukrainian Museum Alberta Branch
St. John’s Cultural Centre
10611 110 Avenue NW Edmonton, AB T5H 1H7
Parking is free. Use parking lot on east side of building.
On-street parking also available where applicable.
5 min walk from Kingsway/Royal Alex LRT Station.
Bus routes on 109th ST and on Kingsway Avenue.
Museum is accessible via a wheelchair ramp.
Free Wi-Fi available.
Cloakroom and Washrooms
Public washrooms and a cloakroom are available for museum attendees.
Ukrainian arts and crafts are available for purchase in the gift shop.
Photography and Filming
Photography and filming are not allowed unless consent has been provided.