Puscha-Voditsa is a historic place and climate resort in the northwestern part of Kiev. It is located within a dense forest and away from the urban Kiev. Puscha is known for number of sanatoriums and state cottages for government officials.
In 1899, a dacha-type settlement was founded in the Pushcha-Vodytsa forests.
Later on, Soviet sanatoriums were located in the settlement, as well as in other settlements nearby.
There is a 1910 church designed by Eduard Bradtman and it still stands in the city.
In 1981, the village acquired the status of an urban-type settlement, subordinate to the Podilskyi district of Kiev, later in 2002 the area was passed to the Obolon Raion, and settlement lost its separate administration.