I really enjoyed checking out the many different exhibits and learning a bit about Kazakh history. Exhibits span a wide selection of history, from prehistoric times all the way up to the modern period. In addition, the cafeteria downstairs is very cozy and serves warm, delicious Kazakh food and drinks.
Not a fan of museums but this one is very worthy of a visit. Interesting exhibits, also available in English. Museum does justice to modern and ancient history of the country, and everything in between. It has style. Good facilities. Location is well outside central Astana though.
This museum is offer a great details of information of the Kazakhstan history from the past ages. It collected, organized and displayed all the artifacts in orderly manner. Overall, I will give 10 out 10 points, for the museum.
The museum is well designed and the building is accessible for challenging audiences like wheelchair persons and etc. It is also accessible with the public bus in the city. The staffs are very helpful and welcoming.
There is a small coffeshop/canteen available at the ground floor for you to refresh yourself after walking and browsing the museum.
They provided wonderful and delicious local cuisines. All the artifacts are labeled and detail explained in three languages, Kazakh language, Russian language and English language too.
A must visit place to everyone who come to the capital city. Suitable for family and individuals.
On March 2 of this year, by the initiative of the Museum of Peace and Accord of the N. Nazarbayev Center for the Development of Interfaith and Inter-civilization Dialogue the exhibition «The Image of a Woman in Different Cultures of the World», which dedicated to International Women's Day was organized at the Palace of Peace and Accord.
The exposition of the exhibition consisted of the works of the following members of the Union of Artists of Kazakhstan: Omirali Ismailov, Bakhytzhan Aripov, Tileuzhan Batanov, Dariya Kalimova-Kasteeva, Kuandyk Baimukhanov, Asem Abdullayev, Guldana Zhurkabaev, Dinara Nuger, Amanzhol Musalimovady Kasyrbaytayev Smaklova, Duysen Sydygaliev, Seisenkhan Makhanbetov, Mazhit Baytenov, Ruslan Dzhunusov, Yerkinbek Esimov, Adilgali Bayandin, Bakhytbek Mukhametzhan, Yerlan Nazarkul, Amanat Nazarkul, Bakytnur Burdesbekov, Marat Tuksaitov, Renat Elubaev, Ismail Achilov, Gulmaral Tattibaeva.
I would like to express my deep gratitude to the leadership of the N.Nazarbayev Center for the Development of Interfaith and Inter-civilization Dialogue for the presentation of the beautiful atrium hall «Kazakhstan – the territory of peace and harmony». In addition, I would like to thank all artists for their active participation in the exhibition. I wish you creative success and further cooperation.
Chairman of the Board NGO «Union of Artists», Nur-Sultan
First I must admit I am not an art lover and do not know much about it. But this place left me speechless. It was not crowded because of COVID so you could enjoy in peace. Such a magnificent pieces of art and history of religion as well as Kazakhstan history. There is bar inside, toilets and a lot of places to rest. You must visit.