• Bogd khaan palace museum
  • Central museum of Mongolian dinosaurs
  • Arkhangai province museum
  • Mongolian national museum
  • Choijin lama temple museum
  • Kharkhorin museum


The Museum of Dundgobi province was established in 1949 with twenty types of grass and herb exhibitions. But currently, this museum has 4500 exhibits related to the ancient, historical, ethnographical, religious, wildlife and natural resources of the province. Our museum has about 800 rare findings related to 8th centuries BC of the Bronze Age. This is the richest collection of that age compared to other province’s museums. There are 45 pieces of animal shaped bronze, 40 pieces of bronze accessories, 400 pieces of bronze arrows, 50 pieces of bronze knives, 150 pieces of bronze buckles and 120 pieces of utility items. 


Also, the museum has an ivory big knife with silver ornaments which were belonged to Gombosuren saint of Borjgon Tsetsen van region, sandalwood table, china bowl which can contain 13 litres, the most precious finding “Tugaliin buleen” meteor and some nice silver caps, knives, horse saddle, women’s accessories, coral snuff bottle and other precious stone snuff bottles.

The museum has delicate brass and mud Buddhist idols and other religious 
sutras related to 15th-19th centuries, some other rare ethnographical exhibits, paintings, famous noblemen’s belongings. For instance, the yurt museum which has an outstanding historian, religious leader saint Zava Damdin’s items in the museum.