This website tells about phase II of the National Holodomor-Genocide Museum construction project

Holodomor Museum: about the past for the sake of the future

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About the Project

Phase II construction of the National Holodomor-Genocide Museum started in 2017 and is to be completed in 2023.

Vision. The National Holodomor Museum will be a living memorial to Holodomor victims and a research centre, which will inspire Ukrainians and all other international communities and their leaders to fight for freedom, dignity and human rights in the world, and to oppose intolerance, hate, crimes against humanity and genocide.


Mission. We are creating a uniquely integrated museum space to tell the true story of the Holodomor-genocide of the Ukrainian nation through state-of-the-art technologies, as a tribute to Ukraine’s unbowed spirit – in the past, in the present and in the future.


The first to join in the common cause of creating the Holodomor Museum were:


As of January 2020, preparatory work has been completed.

Currently the works on barrettes are completed; the construction of a technical corridor and an inclined lift’s shaft from the Memory Hall to the future Museum building is ongoing. The architectural design has been approved and a construction expert’s assessment thereof obtained. A contract for developing construction design documents for the museum construction has been concluded with the general designer Project Systems LTD. A contract for construction of the museum and a pedestrian bridge across Dniprovskyi Uzviz has been concluded with the general contractor Osnova Group of Construction Companies.

The construction of the museum building has begun.

The development of the exhibit design is in the pipeline.


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