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If I knew beforehand there were animals kept on the premises I would have done more research but I didn't expect this at all. It's all good and well trying to showcase a farmstead and the camel and yaks, horses and sheep would be enough...More
The best way to see this museum is with a local guide (I can recommend the best). The most interesting parts lie between the ancient burial sites and the Evenk complex. After that the wooden houses can seem monotonous, unless you understand the significance of...More
I went here in winter time. Nice museum but most of it closed in winter or covered in deep snow so you can not see the petroglyphs and the ancient stones and graves. Lunch is very good at the nearby restaurant. Animal part is cool...More
After reading reviews, we were excited to see Ulan Udes best rated museum. and we were left with a mostly empty area, featuring: a few stones marked by signs poorly translated into English, a few displays of buildings/tools/costumes/utensils and confusing Russian mini zoo with clearly...More
The ethnographic part looked very interesting and probably one of the most interesting attractions in the city.. unfortunately all buildings were closed but it was anyway interesting to take a look from the fences.
The only open part was the zoo which was terrible. Cages...More
Well worth the effort to get out of the city on the bus and see some local scenery and interesting buildings. Although on the day we were there we coudn't go inside any of them.
Easy to get there on publuc transport, as previously mentioned,...More
This place is a bit out of the city but well-worth the detour. The bus leaves from the Baikal Plaza Hotel and takes around 20-30 minutes to get there. Just tell the driver muzey and he'll drop you there.
If you're interested in old Siberian...More
It was fine to go through a path to discover the local heritage from the prehistoric age to nowadays. You can go inside traditionally built houses and yurtas and understand a little more of the Buriat culture.