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The main museum of Kazakhstan, the museum covers all the ages of Kazakhstan with enough artifacts to keep a visitor interested. Each floor covers a different period of Kazakh history and an extra ticket is required to visit the gold collection (would only recommend if...More
This museum covers ancient and modern history of Kazakhstan, many historic exhibits and more recent photos depicting the people, life and culture of Central Asia through to modern times. English descriptions are written throughout and headphones are available. There are art galleries on the upper...More
Beautiful and well maintained museum, entry was 1000 each for student fare which included the gold rooms. Most exhibits have some English explanations although for a more detailed guide you may want the audio guides (we didn’t get them)
The architecture is stunning. We walked...More
The National Museum of Kazakhstan is located in a spectacular and spacious modern building. It gives an overview of Kazakh history from ancient to modern times. It is an excellent place to learn more about the country.
The museum is set in a modernist building that resembles a series of randomly-shaped blocks of cheese and that is far too large for the collections on display inside. The most interesting rooms by far contain the historical exhibits, of which one was closed when...More
Especially contemporary art, sculptures at every floors and excavation sections were very rich. Don’t miss to check master pieces of Batima Zaurbekova from this close. At 4.30PM, 3D city map of Nursultan is shown
Closed on Mondays like most Govt museums.
Large parking place- v good main hall, friendly reception staff for ticketing and also headphones to explain all displays- magnificient building and fabulous displays which would fascinate a visitor and easily spend half a day going through all...More
Yes, there are explanations in Kazakh and Russian language (in Cyrillic script) and in English. You can pay for the entrance ticket by debit/credit card; photos are permitted. Look at my profile "mrpiotrp" - I shall try to... More
Yes, there are explanations in Kazakh and Russian language (in Cyrillic script) and in English. You can pay for the entrance ticket by debit/credit card; photos are permitted. Look at my profile "mrpiotrp" - I shall try to add a photo showing how the items are described...