Sitora i Mohi Khosa


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Visitor information


The museum-preserve has a tour bureau, which is located at the Ark citadel. Its staff will answer your questions regarding the museum and its working conditions and offer various tours alongside the departments.

Hours of operation


  • 9.00 am – 18.00 pm (daily)
  • 9.00 am – 16.30 pm (booking-office)
  • 9.00 am – 14:30 pm (Tuesdays)


  • Wednesday

Please, note from April 1 to November 1 the branches of the Ark museum and Mohi Khosa museum-complex work till 19.00 pm. Visitors are offered excursions along the court yards and buildings of the winter and summer palaces.

Ticket Price

  • Ark – $2
  • Museum of Decorative-Applied Arts, Mohi Khosa – $3
  • Romitan Museum of History – $0.5
  • Abu Ali ibn Sino Memorial Museum – $0.5
  • Fayzullo Khodjaev House-Museum – $1.5
  • Fine Arts Museum – $0.5
  • One-hour tour fee – $1
  • Ticket price for amateur photo shooting – $1
  • Ticket price for amateur video shooting – $2

Contact Information:

Robert Almeev – General Director of the museum-preserve, PhD in History
Tel/Fax: (365) 224-13-49, 224-21-07

Rustamov Karim – Assistant Director on academic research affairs, the research section
Tel: (365) 224-13-66

Sale commission – (365) 224-14-04

Tour bureau (tour orders) – (365) 224-38-53

The Ark Citadel

Ark citadel

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Numismatic collection has 19,162 items. The formation of the collection dates back to the 1920s. The collection primarily consists of the coins excavated in the territory of Bukhara and its suburbs. It, too, includes the coins, banknotes, medals, and badges collected by the museum’s staff. The collection is represented by the coins of the pre-Islamic period (3rd c. BC and early 7th c. AD) such as the Greek-Baktrian coins (3rd – 2nd cc.), the coins of the Kushan empire (1st c. AD), and Bukharkhudats (6th – 9th cc.).


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