it's a nice place with some history... but I don't get it. There is almost no information about this place + no guides at all and you should pay entry fee (for what - I don't know)
Still it's a nice place on in a downtown. It's quiet, the air is cleaner and you may see some nice mountains from...
The place is nearby the US, Chinese and Kazakh embassies. If you are around, you can stop by for a visit. There is a big yurt inside as well as some remnants of the kyrgyz culture. Even though the place looks like it has been forgotten, it is a popular visit for young couples on their wedding day.