The district communal institution "Valky Regional Studies Museum" was founded on August 3, 1992, by two renowned local writers. The museum is located in the center of Valky, near the Kyiv – Kharkiv highway, serving as symbolic gates to the history and culture of the Slobozhanshchyna region. Since 2007, the museum has been open to visitors in a building that is an architectural monument of the early 20th century. The museum exhibition "Valky – the pottery capital of Slobozhanshchyna" gained popularity, contributing to the revival of pottery in the community and the inclusion of the art of making clay toy "Valkivskyi svyshch" in the National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Ukraine. The museum's director, Tamara Viktorivna Polishchuk, has been honored with the title "Honored Worker of Culture of Ukraine". The museum's collection comprises over 12,000 exhibits, displayed in various thematic exhibitions, including those dedicated to the Holodomor and the history of Valkyshchyna. The museum actively contributes to the cultural and scientific life of the region by organizing conferences, exhibitions, workshops, and presentations.