Conservation / Preservation:
- Artistic copies of Shevchenko’s art.
- Several editions of Shevchenko’s Kobzar and a large facsimile copy of Shevchenko’s diary.
- Ukrainian handicrafts and folk art, including traditional clothing, Ukrainian eggs, embroidery, wood carving, and musical instruments.
- 1861 Taras Shevchenko death mask is the most valuable item in the museum’s collection.
- Paintings, etchings, illustrations, posters and artefacts of Ukrainian and Ukrainian Canadian cultural life.
- Two important monuments of Shevchenko that document the cultural endeavors of the AUUC in Toronto.
- A substantial collection of books and pamphlets by Shevchenkiana, including facsimiles of the first edition of Shevchenko’s first collection of poetry.
- Shevchenko’s life, art, and poetry, including a prominent exhibit on Shevchenko’s time in exile in the Russian Far East, with paintings documenting a Russian military expeditions to the Aral Sea.
- The history of Ukrainian immigration to Canada, including passports, naturalization certificates, and other papers documenting the migration of Ukrainians to Canada, union cards, and Workmen’s Compensation cards.
- Ukrainian handicrafts, furniture, and folk art.
- The works of contemporary Ukrainian painters and sculptors.
The museum offers tours to schoolchildren as well as to university students and scholarly organizations.