Genghis Khan: The Exhibition
Explore the real life of the man who gave the West passports, pants, paper money, forks and much more.
Discover this eye-opening exhibition highlighting the untold history of Genghis Khan, the world's greatest civilizer. This world-traveling Smithsonian-curated blockbuster exhibition of the largest collection of Mongolian artifacts ever gathered from the time of Genghis Khan is presented in dramatic settings with many interactive activities and videos to entertain and educate the whole family.
- Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago: 201,000 Visitors in 5 months
- Denver Museum of Nature & Science: 175,000 Visitors in 3.5 months
- Franklin Institute, Philadelphia: 98,000 Visitors in 5 months
- Fernbank Museum of Natural History: 110,000 Visitors in 5 months
- 500 to 900 sqm space, 3m ceiling height
- Additional 250 - 500 sqm could accommodate food & crafts festival, live performers and gift shop
- Temporary walls for 7 galleries
- Lighting capabilities
- 24-hour Security
- Minimum 3-month rental period
- Sale of books and catalogue
- Over 300 13th Century Mongolian artifacts
- Elaborate sets, including the Xanadu Palace and an authentic Yurt
- Computer Touch-Screen Interactives
- 8 20-foot Long Murals
- 10 Videos
- Live Performance Option
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