The Museum of Toilet History is a private museum in Kyiv, opened in September 2007.
This is the first and only museum in Eastern Europe, dedicated to the history of toilet culture from ancient times to the present. The assets of the Museum include authentic exhibits and replicas of toilets that are related to the history of household culture.
The “Largest Collection of Souvenir Toilets in the World”, certified by the Guinness Book of Records, is the pride of the Museum
Its exposition offers both toilet chairs and modern toilets, as well as various hygienic accessories: bidets, jugs, washbasins. In addition, visitors to the Museum can learn about the history of such essentials as a toothbrush, toilet paper, soap. The collection is constantly replenished with original antique exhibits from around the world.
The cultural and educational work of the Museum is aimed not only at studying the history of household culture, but also at educating young people in activities to protect the environment and personal hygiene.
Cognitive videos about the history of the toilet and the latest technologies in this field are broadcast in the cinema hall of the Museum. Guides of the Museum work in Ukrainian, English, Russian. Excursions in French and Polish – by appointment.
The exhibits of the Museum are arranged in chronological order, according to the history of human development: “Primitive time”, “Antiquity”, “Middle Ages”, “Renaissance”, “XVII-XXI centuries” and ART WC.
Director – Yuriy Viktorovych Mohylny
Museum opening hours:
Daily from 10:00 to 18:00, except Tuesdays.
Tuesday is a day off