In Uzbekistan, an incredibly wide range of collections of museum exhibits, which are unique works of art, as well as architectural wonders, the value of which is very difficult to assess. Many of the popular museums, known to a wide audience, are of considerable age and have been operating in the country for over a hundred years.
In all museums of Uzbekistan, millions of fascinating and interesting exhibits are exhibited for public viewing, including many world-famous and valuable masterpieces of art dating back to periods of time from ancient civilizations to the present day, and hundreds of millions of exhibits are stored in the funds of all museums in the country, which are very interesting to every history buff and many of them are expected to be available to the public in the near future.
These museum exhibits relate to the fields of culture, poetry, trade, science and the history of the peoples of Central Asia from different historical periods of time. Handicrafts, valuable manuscripts, musical instruments, as well as numismatic items, ethnographic relics and archaeological finds and artifacts are priceless works of art and a rich cultural heritage of the Uzbek people, which everyone can see just by visiting any of the hundreds of museums in the country.
In Uzbekistan there are museums of history, ecology, nature, natural history, arts, geological, archaeological, transport, technical, military, scientific, literary, memorial, house-museums, art galleries and of course open-air museums.
In the museums of Uzbekistan there are many stands with the works of ancient masters, full of artistic treasures and antiquity objects of all eras, exceptional collections of exhibits that are priceless cultural and artistic heritage that reflect the everyday life, history and art, as well as the creativity and deeds of great people who lived on territories of Central Asia and left a mark in the history of both the region and the whole world, which testifies to the rich and vibrant historical past of the country, which can be found in detail during museum excursions.