The Odesa Fine Arts Museum

We preserve and promote the artistic treasures of Odesa

Rules of the museum during the "yellow zone"

Due to the introduction of the “yellow zone”, we have changed the work of the museum!

❗️ All museum staff are vaccinated, so we provide the safest conditions for visiting. To visit the museum you need to have:

✅ Yellow or green vaccination certificate from COVID-19.
✅ Negative PCR test was taken no more than 72 hours before the museum visit.
✅ Certificate of recovery after COVID-19 (valid for 105 days after receiving a positive test).

Also during the quarantine, we canceled the weekend at the end of the month. We will return them as soon as it is safe.

See you at the museum❤️

The Odesa Fine Arts Museum participates in the "eSupport" program

The funds allocated for vaccination can be spent as follows:

✔️ Tickets for the exhibition, excursions, and events, online or at the museum box office (except for children’s workshops);

✔️ Souvenirs in the museum shop (offline) – calendars of the year with favorite works from #OFAMcollection, Christmas decorations, shoppers and T-shirts, catalogs of exhibitions, and other fine art products;

✔️ Membership cards that allow you to visit the exhibition and temporary exhibitions for free during the next year, and receive discounts on lectures and team tours (offline).

See you at the museum

Museum news

New exhibition

We are opening the doors of the museum with the exhibition of new arrivals “TO THE WAR”. The exhibition will start working on July 30. You can visit the exhibition according to the updated schedule of the museum: Thursday – Friday from 11:00 to 17:00, Saturday – Sunday from 11:30 to 19:00.

Transfer CU “The Odesa Fine Arts Museum” from communal property

This Friday, December 17, deputies of the Odesa Regional Council will vote on the intention to transfer the CU “The Odesa Fine Arts Museum” from communal ownership: after that, the museum should come under the control of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine.

About us

The Odesa Fine Arts Museum, which has an outstanding collection of art objects, is located in the heart of Odesa, in the ancient Naryshkin Palace, built in the 1820s in the best traditions of Russian classicism. In 1888, the palace was bought by the then-mayor of Odesa, a prominent public figure, philanthropist, and collector Gregory Marazli, who transferred it to the city to organize a museum of fine arts. The museum was opened on October 24, 1899 …

New exposition

A new exhibition of art of the XX and XXI centuries

“XX-XXI: from the twenties to the twenties”

opening on June 25

Current exhibitions

Museum hours

Monday — Friday

11:00 – 17:00

Saturday — Sunday

11:00 – 18:30


Day off

Contact Information

+380 48 737 38 70
Odesa Sofiivs’ka Street, 5a