Brovary is a vibrant neighbourhood where you can experience Kyiv through a local lens. Practise your aim on an Olympic-standard shooting range, admire Ukrainian art at a local history museum and soak up the sunshine in a tree-filled park. Good public transport links make Brovary an excellent base for exploring the sights and attractions in the city centre.
Things to do in Brovary
The Brovary Museum of Local Lore charts the rich history, heritage and culture of the neighbourhood. Discover relics found at Ukrainian archaeological sites and admire a fantastic collection of paintings and sculptures by local artists.
The Terminal is one of the largest shopping and entertainment complexes in Eastern Europe. In addition to browsing local and international brands, you can take a spin on the ice skating rink and enjoy a film at the movie theatre. Light streams into the indoor aquapark through a glass roof. It’s open year-round and features pools, slides and fountains.
Stretch your legs and enjoy the lively atmosphere in the leafy Peremohy Park, which is anchored by a picturesque lake surrounded by willow trees. As you walk around the park, you’ll pass a series of monuments and statues dedicated to Ukrainian heroes. The grass-covered hillsides treat you to sweeping views over the city and are great picnic locations. Kids will love exploring SkyPark, a family-friendly playground built high in the tree canopy.
World-class facilities make Sapsan-Sport the venue of choice for Ukraine’s Olympic and Paralympic shooting teams. Head to the complex to test your aim on the shooting range and pick up tips and tricks from the pros.
Getting around Brovary
Brovary is pedestrian-friendly and easy to get around on foot. The neighbourhood is a 25-minute drive from the Kyiv city centre, while local buses run between Brovary and Kyiv in around one hour. Kyiv Boryspil International Airport is a 30-minute drive away.