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Inner Mongolian Museum

The Inner Mongolian Museum was founded on the tenth anniversary of the establishment of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region, in 1957. Covering an area of 3,500 square meters, it is located in the heart of Hohhot and is the largest and best museum in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Inner Mongolia Museum has become a new landmark in the city of Hohhot. If you want to take a day travel within the city, it should be a great destination. The Inner Mongolia Museum holds 44,000 objects relating to ethnic history in its collections. You can have a good understanding of northern China's culture, history and customs, just through a travel to this amazing museum.
Presently, over 3,000 sets of such objects are housed in the museum, offering a glimpse into the lifestyles and customs of a wide variety of Mongolian and other ethnic groups in the region. It has also been active in collecting and preserving contemporary items that relate to the rich local culture. Notable attractions include the costumes of Mongolian women from different parts of Inner Mongolia as well as Mongolian religious artifacts. Specimens shown in the museum include massive dinosaurs, mastodons, and many other kinds of fossilized remains from the Mesozoic period that have attracted global attention. Here are some guide information: Address: #2, Xinhua St., Downtown Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China Admission Fee: CNY10, (CNY5 for students) Contact Telephone: 86 471 6918772 Opening Hours: 9:00-17:00(summer), 10:00-16:00(winter), Tuesday closed.

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