The Nikolai Grishko Botanical Garden, established in 1935, boasts numerous attractions, including the fountain “Rebirth”, a Master Yoda sculpture, and varying seasonal exhibitions. It features gardens representing various cultures like Indonesia, Korea, Tibet, and Japan, alongside its rose, lilac and other thematic gardens. This botanical diversity is augmented by captivating art and sci-fi installations, making it a celebrated attraction, particularly during May when cherry blossoms and lilacs are in full bloom.
Dobropark, near the village of Motyzhin, features seasonally blooming flora including tulips, sakuras, lavender and petunias. The park offers a pool, holiday house rentals, and various attractions including a carousel and scenic gazebo spots. It also boasts a food court, free parking, and different ticket prices for adults and children.
Irpin has transformed into a city marked by beautiful parks owing to a surge of developers. It used to be a holiday village, with the oldest buildings dating back to the early 1900s. Key landmarks include a Taras Shevchenko monument and features like a pine forest, sculptures, LED figures, a Writer’s Park, a children’s park, and sites honouring local heroes. Its tranquil atmosphere and inviting features make it a perfect day-off escape from Kiev.
Buchansky Park in Bucha city is a large, beautifully maintained expanse nested in pine forests, offering playgrounds, bike paths, and innovative photo zones. It features unique statues, a French courtyard with a rotunda, and uncommon trees with white flowers. The park, similar to a mini Sofiyivka of Uman, promises a serene visit for families and individuals.