About National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan
The National Museum plans to wind up a cutting-edge scholarly social establishment, a place for the examination, correlation, reflection, exchange, and assessment of proclamations on a recorded and social legacy of Kazakhstan.
The National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan is situated in Astana and this was opened on July 2, 2014, in a 74,000 square meter building.
This colossal blue-glass-and-white-marble historical center covers the history and culture of Kazakhstan from antiquated to present day times. Features incorporate the Hall of Ethnography, with its rich gathering of articles identified with Kazakhstan's migrant culture.
Themed lobbies include intuitive presentations and curio shows, running from a yurt in the Hall of Ethnography to a narrative of the capital's cutting-edge history in the Hall of Astana.