International Intellectual Museum
The International Intellectual Museum is the first privately owned museum and was established on August 13, 1990 in Ulaanbaatar. The museum displays over eleven thousands of intellectual items from 130 countries around the World. All items are classified into 15 subcategories in order to create a friendly environment for visitors. Most of the displays of the museum represent various branches of sciences in simplified form by toys and puzzle games.
The fact that visitors are allowed to touch, and challenge themselves by putting puzzle games together, instead of merely seeing, makes the museum attractive and enjoyable. You can learn about puzzles and directly buy your interested games, toys, souvenirs and hand crafted products in discounted prices from here or we can make your customized products by your order.
Over 5000 puzzle games are displayed, starting with simple ones that consist from two pieces to difficult ones from 673 pieces. The museum’s collection includes many world famous, rare and precious exhibits. For example, collection of over 300 different Mongolian puzzle chess sets made of gold, silver, gemstones and wood using interlocking methods and among them the smallest and the biggest Mongolian puzzle chess sets in the world are displayed. Moreover these famous puzzle exhibits include ‘Eiffel Tower’, ‘Statue of Liberty’, ‘Egyptian Pyramid’,’ Maugli’, ‘Ancient Temple’, ‘Sea Angel’, ‘Puzzle Spaceship’ which is composed of 673 different wooden pieces interlocked and requires 5000 locking tricks, ‘Mickey Mouse’, ‘Tom and Jerry’, ‘Cat Master’ and ‘The Doll’. The smallest and the biggest chess sets attract particular attention, as the pieces of smallest chess are 5-10mm and of biggest are 35-55cm and the length of the chess board is 7.6 m. The black pieces are made as knights of Chinggis Khaan, the white pieces are designed on the theme ‘The three manly games’ and made from famous real people and this chess set is considered to be rare art work that can be included in the world’ s cultural heritage fund.