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Story of a great man

Museum devoted to one of the most interesting persons of Kazakhstan. You can see there Seifullin's... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2017
Kristina B
Small but historical

The photo on the banner is of the Kazakhstan Museum of History. Very good place to visit but not... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2014
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28 Dec 2017
“Small Museum - Quaint but not essential.”
9 Nov 2017
“Modern house of cult”
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Auezova 20, Astana 010000, Kazakhstan
+7 717 232 3563
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Reviewed 28 December 2017

The entrance is 200 ($0.60) however I was short-changed by 100 when I paid with a 500 bill.... An excellent audio English guide was included as well as plastic shoe covers. If you've got time to kill at lunch it would make a nice 1-hour...More

1  Thank JONO5K1
Reviewed 9 November 2017

Beautiful, modern, technologically. The exposition of the Saxons and the Golden Warrior deserves attention, but not more (replicas of the originals in most). There are two shows, but, only until lunch. The museum at 6:00 pm closed. Price - quality is not reasonable. Food court...More

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Reviewed 20 July 2017

Museum devoted to one of the most interesting persons of Kazakhstan. You can see there Seifullin's personal belongings, to learn more facts about his life and Stalin's repressions.

Thank Kristina B
Reviewed 20 June 2017

The museum represents the life of an intelligent and honest writer, teacher and politician who loved his country and its people. He felt as one of the millions victims of Stalin's purges in 30's of XX century. The visitor needs to be informed a little...More

Thank jkaramalakov
Reviewed 25 January 2016

A small home museum on the life of a great Kazakh writer Saken Seifullin, assassinated by the soviet rule. Some important documents. The museum itself is very small and does not cover anything other than that. If you are a Saken Seifullin fan (which I...More

2  Thank MIofLondon
Reviewed 5 October 2014

The photo on the banner is of the Kazakhstan Museum of History. Very good place to visit but not the Saken Seifullin Museum. If you speak English be certain to ask for the brochure that is in English about the history of the poet. There...More

2  Thank DiverScientist
Reviewed 16 June 2014

Saken Seifullin is one the most famous writers from Kazakhstan. The museum is not so large but there are lots of things to see and read inside. His private office equipments, clothes, books etc make you feel the history. You can spend one hour inside...More

2  Thank KORTEL
Reviewed 22 May 2014

This is a very small museum in Astana. It is like a wooden datschka, so it stands out from the quite modern buildings in Astana. It shows the remaining belongings of a the Kazakh writer Saken Seifullin. It will take you just half an hour...More

2  Thank j2sy
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