The Museum of Inner Mongolia was founded in 1957 and is located in the capital of Inner Mongolia, Hohhot. It is the largest museum of Mongolian peoples. The total area is about 5,000 square meters, of which the area of the exhibition is 3,500 square meters.
The museum consists of four parts, namely the exhibition of revolutionary cultural objects, the biological and anthropological exhibition, the exhibition of ethnic cultural objects and the historical exhibition. This gives visitors a general idea about the historical relationships between nature and civilization.
The museum has a collection of more than 44,000 objects related to ethnic history. Among them are some rare treasures that are barely visible in China, especially the artifacts of the northern tribes Xiongnu, Xianbei, Qidan and the Mongols.