The Central State Museum of Kazakhstan is the largest museum in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and one of the largest museums in Central Asia.
When first established in 1931, the museum was located in the Almaty Cathedral. It moved to a modern facility in 1985 and is a landmark in Almaty.
The museum houses the most significant collection of Kazakh historical, archaeological, and modern cultural and political artifacts.
Coordinates: 43°14′09″N 76°57′03″E / 43.23583°N 76.95083°E