At the 13th Century National Park, located 98 kilometers outside of Ulaanbaatar, you can learn about how nomads were educated, how they dressed, and how they lived more than 800 years ago. This park will make you feel as if you went back to the 13th century. Post forward, guard camps, artisan camps, library camps, herders’ camps, a shaman camp, and the royal palace are places to explore the past. You can try on the garments of ancient kings, queens, and knights while being introduced to the ancient Mongolian way of life, arts, culture, and education. The journey will leave you with unforgettable memories. Prepare yourself for time travel.
You can see cave paintings in the Ikh Tenger and Gachuurt Mountain valleys, and visit historical sites referenced in “Secret History of the Mongols” and other historic literary works. It’s unbelievable that all of this exists near or inside the busy, modern, metropolitan city.