Academic Opera & Ballet Theater
Located in the east side of Sukhbaatar square, the main theater in the Capital city. A weekly schedule of performance is posted up outside the theater.
Tumen Eh Folk Ensemble
Located in the Youth Recreation Center next to Seoul restaurant, it stages folklore concerts. Religious tsam dancing and khuumii performance are some of the main features of its concerts.
Located in the south to the State Department Store. The Mongolian circus shows performance of famous acrobats, contortionists and trained animals.
National History Museum
This museum boasts its large collection of exhibits showing the history and culture of Mongolia since the period when man ever existed in this land up to the present day. Its huge number of interesting exhibits includes utensils and clothes of nomads, furnishings of their unique dwelling, musical instruments and artworks.
Open at 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Phone: 325 656
Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum displays a number of stuffed animals, birds and sample of various minerals found in Mongolia. Fossilized skeletons and eggs of several different kinds of ancient dinosaurs in the paleonthological section are its main attraction.
Open at 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Zanabazar Fine Arts Museum
The Zanabazar Fine Arts Museum is a full collection of art works by artists, sculptors and painters of Mongolia representing all generations from the early years to the modern times. The museum houses a number of rock inscriptions, graphic arts, Buddhist tangkas, embroideries, unique Tsam dancing costumes. The most valuable exhibits include works of Zanabazar, the great sculptor and artist of the 17th century, who was also the first theocratic ruler of Mongolia.
Open at 9 am to 4.30 p.m. every day