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Contrary to other reviews I claim that this museum offers a lot, but badly presented! There is ample evidence that this region, together with Xinjiang is one of the oldest civilisation of the world (rooms 1&2). Unique and worthwhile is the collection of artifacts of various ethnic groups living peacefully together, such as Uigurs, Dungans, Koreans (room 3). The Soviet... 更多
The museum is pretty big but does not have that much inside. Very little English anything except don't touch, please. The gold collection is average, the ethnic exhibit is not interesting as there is not English. I found the place rather dull. No picture allowed except to take a picture of the Golden man and pay 200 for it.
I travel a lot on business; visiting museums is one of the few benefits of my travel. This museum is of the sort you'd expect in a poor rural outpost, not what you'd expect in a city of the size, wealth or pretensions of Almaty. The museum is housed in what passes for grandiose in Almaty but houses a poor... 更多
the gift shop did not take credit cards only cash; did not have all items priced; a female attendant was not very friendly and a little rude; however, a male attendant who assisted with tickets spoke a little English and was nice, friendly and very helpful; in order to take photos you had to pay a little extra, and photos... 更多
Old, musty Soviet building. And you have to pay extra fees to visit various parts of the museum. Not so interesting, not much to see. I have a feeling the museum in Astana is much nicer and better. There are various floors and halls, including Sovereign Kazakhstan, Peoples of Kazakhstan, Anthropology, Gold, etc.
The State museum of Kazachstan is a huge, modern complex, impressive on the outside with beautiful marble floors. The collection of Nomad jewellry, clothes and carpets on the ground floor is very interesting and has got English translation of the exhibit information. The hall with European painters of the 16th-18th century made us giggle: it looks like they collected all... 更多
Imposing building in a modified Central Asia architectural style. Relaxing and generally informative way to spend a few hours. We paid the 500 tenge entrance but declined entrance into the extra cost exhibits. Decent collection but most displays have information only in Kazakh and Russian. Maybe 20% have any other labeling with some of those being short versions. It was... 更多
This large museum is definitely worth visiting although the labelling and organisation are a bit hit and miss. In some places there are clear details and in others the only label is 'do not touch!' The collection of gold jewellery is worth paying extra to see, and there are fabulous carpets and robes. The shop sells good quality crafts but... 更多