(РУС) Для прохода в Этно – мемориальный комплекс «Атамекен» Вам необходимо:
1. Подойдите к кассе.
2. Предъявите оператору пластиковую карту CityPASS, или виртуальный CityPASS с QR-кодом, в распечатанном виде либо на смартфоне.
The ethno-memorial complex “Map of Kazakhstan “Atameken” was opened on September 8, 2001 on the initiative of the first President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N. A. Nazarbayev. The founder of the enterprise is the mayor’s office of Nur-Sultan. The authorized body of the enterprise is The Department of culture of the city of Nur-Sultan.
The objective of the Map of Kazakhstan “Atameken” is to ensure the safety, availability and involvement of population in historical, cultural and spiritual values, propaganda of achievements of the Kazakh culture, facilitating the study of historical heritage of Kazakhstan, a reflection of colorful all natural zones and economic achievements of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the preservation and enhancement of cultural values. Educational and artistic complex “Map of Kazakhstan “Atameken” will introduce You to the history of the state, the culture of its peoples.
Stylized mountains, hills, steppes, forests, lakes, and symbolically designated major cities make up the symbolic ensemble of this cultural center. An interesting part of the Map of Kazakhstan “Atameken” is a decorative model of the Caspian sea.
Tour in Kazakh language – 200 tenge
The tour in Russian language – 200 tenge
Tour in English language – 500 tenge
Photography – 300 tenge
Participants and invalids of the second world war-entrance is free and out of turn (upon presentation of supporting documents).
Disabled people of group I, II and children with disabilities under 18 years of age-admission is free (upon presentation of supporting documents).
Disabled people of group III-50% discount from the entrance ticket price (upon presentation of supporting documents).
For orphans and children left without parental care who have not reached the age of 18-admission is free (upon presentation of supporting documents).
Children under 5 (five) years old – free entrance (upon presentation of supporting documents).