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Bogd Khan Palace Museum

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
+976 11 34 2195
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Reviewed 3 days ago

A beautiful complex of buildings from the late XIX and early XX century, featuring a collection of statues in gold and copper, utensils, clothing, houseware and other surprises used by the Bod Khan. Souvenir store is well stocked, although items are excessively expensive. They charge...More

Thank Hector M
Reviewed 6 days ago

The Soviet regime in Mongolia had destroyed most of UB's historical edifices and landmarks. Arguably one of the major remains of the pre-Soviet era. It's worth visiting if you are travelling to UB and the Museum of Bogd Khan in the compound is quite appealing....More

Thank Suvam P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have one issue, taking pictures they charge you a massive fee! Seriously? Still i walked by this place daily while i was here, and I visited, I was under the impreasion pictures outside are ok, be warned. Other than that. An impressive couple and...More

Thank Will G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lots to see. Be sure to see winter palace to side of summer palace, which has lots of clothing and furniture, unlike the summer palace, which is more religious artifacts. Lots to take pictures of.

Thank tresdar
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The white building on the right as you enter contains all sorts of treasures. Highlights are an extensive stuffed animal display, some lovely gifts given by heads of state, and the flashest ger in all of Mongolia - made from leopard skins. The other buildings...More

1  Thank Lee P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

All kind of stuff that shows how wealthy man can be (not in a good sense) - a ger made of snow leopard skins was the most disgusting one!

Thank iidalahtee
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The contents of the temple could use much better display and interpretive materials, and the uses of the different buildings and rooms could be much better explained. The palace is sad and moth-eaten. It's interesting to visit, to learn about the last Khan, but the...More

Thank 12trvlgirl
Reviewed 16 July 2017

This is a place that needs protection! It has amazing treasures that because of lack of funds will be destroyed by the elements. See the paintings and artifacts before they are gone forever!

Thank rbazant
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Beautiful Chinese and Tibetan-style palace and interesting old objects and photos of the former bogd. Animal lovers won't like the stuffed animal collection, and we definitely didn't like the ridiculous $20 camera fee, so we ony took a few photos outside the fence.

Thank cinbkk
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

...and artefacts too. The grounds might need a little bit of attention but the old wooden structures are covered in intricate, detailed images and patterns, which reward closer inspection. The insides also have some interesting historical items, as does the Winter Palace building.

Thank TheOExpress
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