Museum of T.G. Shevchenko's "Zapovit"
The museum dedicated to Taras Hryhorovych Shevchenko is located in the city of Pereyaslav in the building of A.O. Kozachkovsky, where a sincere friend of the great poet lived. It was here that Taras Shevchenko wrote his most famous work, "The Testament". The exposition of the museum allows you to familiarize yourself with the history of the Cossack period through the prism of T. Shevchenko's work and tells about his stay in Pereyaslav region.
The first four halls of the museum recreate the history of Pereyaslav, its famous knights and Cossacks who fought for their land. The next four halls are memorial rooms, where the interiors of the first half of the 19th century are reproduced: a living room, a room for guests, where T.G. Shevchenko lived, library and office. In the three literary and artistic halls, you can familiarize yourself with the history of the writer's and artist's studies at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts.