National Historical Museum of Belarus

The National Historical Museum is among the most visited museums of Belarus. The museum houses the largest collection in Belarus with more than 400,000 items. Be sure to drop by to learn about the history of Belarus through the ages!

Study its unique exhibits – valuable documents, early printed books, Slutsk belts, coins and medals, weapons, musical instruments and dinnerware – to trace the historical path of Belarus.

Explore the permanent exhibition “Belarus: Revival of Spirituality" which focuses on the ways of spiritual formation of the Belarusian nation. The main section of the exhibition introduces Orthodoxy, Catholicism, Judaism and Islam that have been coexisting peacefully in Belarus for many centuries.

Contact Information

Nearest metro station: Oktyabrskaya/Kupalovskaya
Bus routes: 1, 100, 69

Address: 12 Karla Marksa St.
GPS: 53.896940, 27.555645
Tel.: +37517 3274322, +37517 3274827
Working hours: 11.00–19.00 daily
Ticket office and admission for visitors: 11.00 – 18.30

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