The Kiev Water Museum is situated in Khreshchaty Park which attracts many visitors throughout the year. It is an instructive focus that possesses one of the structures from the early concentrated water-supply framework in the city which was worked at the center of the nineteenth century. The Water-Information Center gives data about water assets and their balanced utilization.
The presentation exhibits the historical backdrop of Kiev's water supply framework, water treatment and wastewater treatment in contemporary Kiev while likewise demonstrating water's part in individuals' exercises utilizing intriguing and intuitive examples. The primary display is situated in an underground water tank worked in 1909, and was planned by Karsten Møller, from Denmark.