Inside Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia, there is a history and culture museum

Understanding the local history, one of the best ways is to visit the local museums.

Hulunbuir Ethnic Museum

Located near Shengli Street, Hailar District, Hulunbuir City, Inner Mongolia. Hulunbuir National Museum, with a collection of over ten thousand items, officially opened on June 20, 2009. It is the only comprehensive museum in Hulunbuir City and has distinct regional and ethnic characteristics. It is one of the key museums at the autonomous region level in Inner Mongolia. The museum houses replicas of mammoth fossils unearthed in Zhalainuoer, replicas of "Zhalainuoer people" skull fossils, and some ethnic daily life items.

Aolu Gugya Museum

Here, visitors can have a comprehensive understanding of the Ao Luguya Reindeer culture. Ao Luguya is an ancient ethnic group full of mystery, living at the latitude of 52 degrees north. The museum has a building area of 1500 square meters, with a wooden decoration that highlights the ethnic characteristics and provides a visual impact. The museum integrates education, history, and viewing, and is a modern exhibition hall that combines exhibitions, culture, and other functions. The museum is divided into six exhibition halls, showcasing the culture of the Ao Luguya Ewenki reindeer tribe, such as hunting, birch bark, shamanism, animal skin, reindeer, and the Arctic Circle, through high-tech means such as videos, sound and light, and 3D.

Zhālāinuò'ěr Museum

Zhalainuoer Museum is located in Zhalainuoer District, Hulunbuir City. It is a leisure and entertainment center that showcases regional history, culture, and natural resources. It is the largest museum in Hulunbuir and a concentrated display of Hulunbuir's Mongolian culture. The museum is divided into three exhibition halls: the Zhalainuoer Historical and Cultural Hall, the Hulun Lake Ecological Wetland Hall, and the Zhalainuoer Coal Hall.
The Ewenki Museum was built to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Ewenki Banner. It is the first museum in China dedicated to showcasing the political, economic, cultural, lifestyle, and developmental history of the Ewenki ethnic group. The museum, with a building area of 10,000 square meters, has a modern style with ethnic characteristics. The museum houses a rich collection of precious cultural relics, biological and botanical specimens, objects, and photographs. The exhibition combines two-dimensional and three-dimensional displays to showcase the vast history of the Ewenki ethnic group, their colorful culture, and the contemporary Ewenki people. The Flag Historical Museum showcases the development, achievements, and bright prospects since the establishment of the Ewenki Banner.

Lilya Leba Manor

Zhongke Liliya Manor is located in Erguna City, Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It is situated in a peaceful and elegant area, overlooking tens of thousands of acres of grassland. The unique and distinctive architecture of the manor, with its main building, the red Liji Mansion, and its distinct Eastern European-style spires, gives the impression of entering a group of buildings in the Red Square of Russia. The symmetrical geometric iron towers on both sides resemble Russian towers influenced by the French minimalist architectural style of the late 18th century. The two towers face each other, intersecting at the central musical fountain. Especially at night, the neon lights on the buildings illuminate together, rendering the quiet night with changing colors. The main building and the surrounding scenery complement each other, creating a colorful and spectacular sight.

World Anti-Fascist Memorial Park

The World Anti-Fascist War Hailar Memorial Park is located in the northern part of Hailar city and is designated as a national 5A-level war-themed park. With a total area of 110 hectares, it was built on the site of the former Japanese invading forces' Hailar Fortress. It is a military-themed red tourism area that integrates patriotism, internationalism, and revolutionary heroism, and is one of the few similar theme parks in China.

Nomonhan Battle Memorial Hall

The Nomhon War site is located 60 kilometers south of Amugulang Town, Xinhua, Inner Mongolia, China. In 1994, it was designated as an autonomous region-level patriotic education base and key cultural relic protection unit in Inner Mongolia. The tourism area of the Nomhon Battle site covers an area of 2.97 square kilometers and is divided into four functional zones: the main reception area, the military entertainment area, the military exhibition area, and the comprehensive service area. It includes six major scenic areas (entrance area, evidence area, destruction area, everlasting peace area, field camping area, and quality training area) with 46 attractions. The exterior design of the exhibition hall is a sealed fortress-like structure with a building area of 2264 square meters and a four-story frame structure. The overall color scheme of the exhibition hall is mainly a solemn gray tone like rocks, supplemented by strong metallic colors, reflecting the war scenes and political situations of that time. The exhibition employs high-tech methods such as sound, light, and electric to create an immersive sensory experience.