Dear Guest! We invite you to visit the Museum of Peace and Accord, NPJSC "N. Nazarbayev Center for the Development of Interfaith and Inter-civilizational Dialogue" where you will have the opportunity to see valuable and rare exhibits. A 3-D tour about the origin of religion in Kazakhstan will also be presented to your attention. Our museum was created on the initiative of the first President of the Republic of Kazakhstan to promote the establishment of peace and harmony between all religions in an atmosphere of mutual respect. Working hours: For visitors from October 2020 inclusive April 2021, the Museum is open:
From 10:00 to 18:00
From May 1 to October 1
10:00 am to 7:30 pm
Adult - 400tg
Child - 250tg
Group adult - 300tg
Group children - 200tg
Cleaning day - the last day of each month
Address of the Museum of Peace and Reconciliation: Republic of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan, st. Tauelsizdik, 57, Palace of Peace and Reconciliation, 3rd floor, NPJSC “N. Nazarbayev Center for the Development of Interfaith and Inter-civilizational Dialogue”. Veterans of the Great Patriotic War, disabled people, orphans, preschoolers, mothers with many children, participants in the Afghan war have the right to free admission.
- Visiting Rules
For the protection of visitors and staff, as well as to preserve the collections and facilities, the following policies apply when visiting:
Please do not touch objects in the galleries. Dirt, moisture, and other contaminants present on hands can stain or corrode the surfaces of artworks. Some works are more fragile than they appear, and even simple touching can cause permanent damage.
Children may not be carried on the shoulders of another person or in a backpack child carrier. Unattended children under 12 years of age are not permitted in the galleries. Please keep your children with you at all times.
- All bags will be inspected before they can be placed in the checkrooms or carried into the Gallery. Luggage and other oversized bags will undergo X-ray screening. Items larger than 17 × 26 inches (43 × 66 centimeters) are not permitted in the checkrooms and museum. Free checkrooms are located at each entrance. Visitors must either keep water bottles concealed or contained at all times or place them in bags and check them. Visitors must either keep umbrellas in their purses or backpacks or check them. Laptops, cameras, and other items of value cannot be checked, but may be carried into the galleries. The Museum is not responsible for loss of or damage to items of value.
Food and Drink
- Food and beverages cannot be brought into the museum. Food, beverages, and gum chewing are not permitted in the galleries, library, auditorium, lecture, and concert halls Palace of Peace and Reconciliation.
Wheelchairs are welcome. Strollers are welcome unless otherwise noted in certain special exhibitions.
- Smoking is prohibited in all Museum facilities, including electronic smoking, is not permitted in the museum or on its grounds.
Photography and Video
- Monopods, tripods, and selfie sticks are not permitted inside Museum buildings. Small tripods may be used by visitors on the Gallery's outdoor grounds, except during heavily attended events. The use of drones and other unmanned aerial devices or systems is prohibited on the property and grounds of the Museum and on the territory of the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation.
- Photography for personal use is permitted, except where specifically prohibited.Professional cameras, cameras are prohibited.
You cannot talk on mobile phones in galleries and auditoriums.
- Use of pencils is permitted in the galleries. Pens, markers, paint, charcoal, or pastels are not permitted.
No weapons, firearms, or hazardous materials are permitted on museum property.
Infection control for Museum visitors during the COVID-19 pandemic. This policy will expire when the declared pandemic and emergency measures end.
- Procedure & Museum Visitor Waive:
- Use hand sanitizer upon entering the main Museum building and then before you leave the main Museum to go to the outside buildings.
- Сохраняйте физическое расстояние 2 метра / 6 футов. Если это невозможно, необходимо надеть маску и / или защитную маску. Maintain physical distancing of 2 metres/6 feet. If this is not possible a mask and/or face shield must be worn.
- Practice respiratory hygiene-covering when coughing or sneezing by covering your mouth and nose into your sleeve with your bent elbow or with a tissue/ handkerchief and properly disposing of it immediately
- You are asked to refrain from touching the artifacts unless the Tour Guide tells you that you can do so.
- If visitors do not follow the guidelines in this policy they will be asked to leave and no refund will be given for their tour.
- Labored breathing;
- Sneezing, coughing and nasal congestion (stuffy nose);
- Pain in muscles and chest;
- Headache and weakness;
- Possible nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Immediately inform the Director/Curator of the Museum if any of the above changes or you or someone close to you develop symptoms. Museum phone +7 (7172) 744-744
Thank-you for your understanding and co-operation during this difficult time. We are all in this together!
Free Museum Days
- May 18 - International Museum Day
- Medical Worker's Day on June 21, doctors, nurses, paramedics and other health workers have the right to visit our museum free of charge. According to the certificate of a medical institution employee (pass, badge).
Visit Request Form Phone: +7 (7172) 744-744 +77756626899
- You can visit the permanent exhibitions and temporary exhibitions of the Museum of Peace and Reconciliation with an organized excursion group or as part of a combined group. The museum carries out regular full sanitization of the premises, including the cloakroom of the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation.