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Classic Bishkek

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  • 5 hours
  • City Sightseeing
  • Bishkek
  • 4 seasons tour
  • 2,4 Km
  • Group Tour (min 2 persons)
  • 800 m Max elevation


Starts at 10:00Meeting & introduction at Ala-Too Square

Ala-Too Square is the central square of Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan. The State Historical Museum, the Monument of Friendship of Peoples, the Oak Park with the Open-Air Museum of Sculptures, and the oldest building of the city are located along its perimeter.

FollowingThe Kyrgyz State Historical Museum

The Kyrgyz State Historical Museum is a museum located in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan. One of the largest in Central Asia. The museum was founded in 1926 as the first scientific institution of Kyrgyzstan. Before the museum activity, it contained the Council of People’s Commissars. Located near the government house on Ala-Too Square. March 5, 1927 opened the first exhibition. Originally called Central, in 1933 renamed the museum of local history. The name of the State Historical Museum was given in 1954. In the 60s it goes into a building built in 1928. The area of the museum is 8 thousand m2, the number of items in the main fund is 44 thousand. The total number of exhibits is 90 thousand.

FollowingThe White House

The White House is the building of the Jogorku Kenesh, the Parliament of the Kyrgyz Republic. This legendary neoclassical building was built in 1985 as the Main Building of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Kyrgyz SSR. The building consists of seven floors and is externally decorated with white marble. After independence, the building was the official residence of the president. After Kyrgyzstan moved to parliamentary form of government, the building passed to the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic.

FollowingPanfilov Park

Panfilov Park – Among the attractions of Bishkek, this park is notable for the fact that, if you look at it from a bird’s eye view, it is impossible not to notice that it is built in the shape of a star. And it is no coincidence, because the park is named after Hero of the Soviet Union, Military Commissar of the Kirghiz SSR, Major General Ivan Vasilyevich Panfilov. Next to the park you will find a monument to I. V. Panfilov, which was opened in 1944 and was the first monument in the USSR, established in memory of this hero.

FollowingHouse-Museum of M. Frunze

House-Museum of M. Frunze – For more than seventy years the city bore the name of the outstanding Soviet commander Mikhail Vasilyevich Frunze. A Moldovan by birth, he was born and raised in Bishkek in 1885. The house where Frunze spent his childhood was declared a museum in 1925. Today, his status is preserved, as well as the true atmosphere of the time when the future commander lived here. True, the house itself as it “swallowed” another building that was built over it – a giant four-story building made of glass and concrete. The funds of the museum include personal belongings of the hero, documents, photographs, paintings, manuscripts, books and much more.

FollowingOak Park

Oak Park. almost the same age as the city. Back in 1890, the first oak trees of the future park were planted on an area of 2.5 hectares by students of an agricultural school under the direction of botanist A. Fetisov, who arrived in Pishpek (the old name of Bishkek) from Russia. For many decades, the oaks have grown: in their dense greenery in the summer, residents of the city and tourists take rest, and nimble red squirrels jump on the branchy branches. In winter, the alleys of the park are covered with thick snow, and in autumn they are covered with motley falling foliage.

FollowingMonument to the revolutionary fighters.

Monument to the revolutionary fighters. The central figure of the composition is Urkuya Salieva (1910-1934), an activist of social transformations in the south of Kyrgyzstan in the early years of socialism, killed by wealthy peasants. The monument was established in 1978.

EndingOpera and Ballet Theatre

Opera and Ballet Theatre. The Kyrgyz National Order of V.Lenin, the Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named after Abdylas Maldybaev, has passed a glorious path through its history, becoming the center of the musical culture of the republic. first music and drama studio. On the basis of this studio, where representatives of amateur performances were mainly engaged, on November 7, 1930, the Kyrgyz State Theater was formed.

Tour Description

Bishkek is the capital of Kyrgyzstan, a relatively young, but at the same time developing city.

The history of the capital has a little less than two hundred years, but in spite of this, Bishkek has founded its modern history in interesting events and its bright atmosphere that will not leave anyone indifferent.

The classic city tour will show you the main tourist sites of the capital, with which every guest of the capital must be acquainted.



Departure Location

Bishkek City (Google Map)


Price Includes

  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees

Price Excludes

  • Fees for photographing in museums
  • Souvenirs
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Tips

Additional information

  • All museums in Bishkek are closed on Mondays


  • Central square "Ala Too"
  • State Historical Museum
  • Building LCD (White House)
  • Artists Alley
  • Oak Park
  • Government House
  • Frunze Museum
  • Museum Of Fine Arts
  • Opera & ballet Theater
  • Vitory Square
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