Rivne Regional Mseum of Local Lore The Rivne Regional Museum of Local Lore is a scientific, methodological, cultural and educational center of the city and the region. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, two new museum departments began operating in Rivne: The Ulas Samchuk Literary Museum and the Amber Museum (17 Symona Petliury Street).
The museum's collections include more than 297,000 exhibits, of which more than 20,000 are presented in the halls of permanent exhibitions and exhibitions. Unique exhibits include herbaria of rare plants of Rivne region, treasures of ancient Russian silver jewelry of the XII-XIII centuries, works of Volyn iconography, a collection of old prints, including the Ostroh Bible of 1581, objects of the Cossack era, graphics by N. Horda and G. Peer, white marble works by the famous Polish-Italian sculptor T. Sosnovsky, collections of coins, cold steel and firearms.
The museum conducts active exhibition work, based on its own stock collections and cooperation with other museum institutions, artists and collectors. Rivne museum collections have been repeatedly exhibited at exhibitions held not only in Ukraine but also abroad, in particular in Canada, Poland, and France. Every year the museum holds a scientific and practical conference, which invites specialists from Ukraine and abroad. The conference results in the publication of collections of scientific articles "Scientific Notes of the Rivne Regional Museum of Local Lore" (16 collections). Every year, scientific readings, round tables and seminars are held on various topics. In addition to traditional excursions and lectures, new methods of working with visitors of different age groups are used. These include museum holidays, themed evenings, night tours, presentations of printed publications and films, meetings with famous personalities, etc.