Museums Uzbekistan

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Museum of Applied Art
In 1960, the museum was renamed to "Permanent Exhibition of Applied Art of Uzbekistan". In 1997, the museum was handed over to the Ministry of Cultural Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan and received a status of the "State Museum of Applied Art".

Bukhara State Architectural Art Museum-Preserve
The Bukhara museum was established in November 8, 1922. Since 1945, the museum has been situated in the Ark citadel, the former residence of the Bukharan emirs. And that’s where the main office of the museum is located.

Amir Timur Museum
The Amir Timur Museum is a museum in the city of Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. It is well known for its distinctive blue dome and ornate interior and features the exhibits of Timur and of President Islom Karimov. It was established to commemorate the 660th birthday of Timur.

Nukus Museum of Art
Opened in 1966, the Nukus Museum houses a collection of over 82,000 items, ranging from antiquities from Khorezm to Karakalpak folk art, Uzbek fine art and, uniquely, the second largest collection of Russian avant-garde in the world (after the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg). It represents the life’s work of Igor Vitalyevich Savitsky, whose legacy, which includes thousands of artistic and cultural treasures on permanent exhibition, make this building one of the most interesting repositories of ancient and modern art.

State Museum of History of Uzbekista
The State Museum of History of Uzbekistan, of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, is one of Central Asia's largest and oldest research and educational institutions, dating back more than 120 years. The museum contains a unique collection of over 250,000 archeological, numismatic and ethnographic exhibits and archive materials. After the Republic of Uzbekistan became an independent state, the collection was laid out anew to reflect the results of the latest research into history from the Stone Age to modern times.

House museum of Aybek Musa Tashmukhamedov
The house museum of Aybek Musa Tashmukhamedov (1905-1968) is in one of old areas of Tashkent. Here, in the silent street of Tazetdinova (earlier Kislovodsk), in 1940 Aybek lived with his family.

Home-Museum of Tamara Khanum
The home-museum of Tamara Khanum was created in 1994, based on the ongoing exhibition of her costumes. In the museum of Tamara Khanum you can see the original surroundings where she spent the last years of her life, many of her costumes, photographs from the 1920-80s, and manuscripts, as well as her unpublished memoirs, and listen to her songs.

Museum of Yuldash Akhunbabayev
In the 1930s-1940s, Yuldash Akhunbabayev made a considerable contribution to the development of the economy and culture of Uzbekistan. During this time he took part in organizing irrigation and agricultural projects.

House Museum of Gafur Guliam
The museum is located in the house where Gafur Guliam lived and worked from 1944-66.In the literary part you can see photographs, original documents and personal items of the poet, as well as first and later editions of his works. In the memorial part you can see his study, living room and recreation room. There are books from his personal library, his desk and household items.


Mukhtar Ashrafi's Home-museum
Mukhtar Ashrafi's Home-museum is devoted to the famous Uzbek composer and conductor, People's Artist of the USSR, and one of the founders of the national opera, who dedicated his whole life to the development of Uzbekistan's musical culture. The museum was opened to visitors in 1982.

Ferghana Regional Museum of Regional Studies
Ferghana Regional Museum of Regional Studies - one of the oldest in Uzbekistan. From October, 16 to November 7, 1894 in New Margilan (nowadays Ferghana) was arranged the first regional agricultural and industrial exhibition. Some items of these collections, some other collections given by different persons formed a basis for creation of the museum.

Termez Archaeological Museum
Termez Archaeological Museum was established on October 24, 2001. It opened to visitors on April 2, 2002, in honor of the 2500th anniversary of the founding of Termez. The museum is located on the main street At-Termezi, in Termez. More than 27,000 artifacts representing the material and spiritual culture of the region are stored in the museum vaults.

The Museum of Local Lore of Karakalpakstan
The Museum of Local Lore of Karakalpakstan is one of the oldest scientific and educational institutions, not only on the Lower Amu-Darya and Aral Sea, but also in all of Central Asia. Next year the museum will celebrate its 80th birthday.

House Museum of Faizulla Khodjaev
The House museum of Faizulla Khodjaev is fine example of the Bukhara architectural style of the late 19th c, and is located in the house of his father, Ubaidulla Khodji, in the old quarter of Gozien. It has a large garden and is divided in two halves: the outer (for men) and inner (for women). The living area has a large reception room for guests, summer and winter rooms with beautiful wall paintings in the traditional Bukhara style.

House-Museum of Usman Yusupov
The house-museum of Usman Yusupov (1900-1966), an outstanding state and political figure of Uzbekistan, is located in the center of Yangiyul. It was opened on March 1, 1975. Yusupov lived there with his family from 1947 onwards. It contains the memorial part of the museum and has a typical interior of the 1950s and 1960s, with his study, living room etc.