A trip to Ulaanbaatar is incomplete without visiting this museum. The museum houses 6,000 puzzles from the simplest to the most complicated one, that human can imagine, and it is so difficult to solve the simplest one, so then imagine, if it would be possible to solve the most complex one.
We met the inventor of the puzzles, who has so far created 5,000 puzzles in his lifetime. At the age of 80, he is still young at mind and very humble. He came out of his office to greet us and was quite happy to see us taking interest in his puzzle museum.
The fee is very reasonable considering, what it offers in return. The guide speaks fluent English and says can solve between 5 and 10 puzzles out of the total of 6,000 puzzles, which the inventor himself can do.
Apart from puzzles, it houses some amazing paintings, that has one image in day light and totally different as the light goes off (a must see). In addition it houses some of the amazing amazing Chess boards that one can’t imagine.
The inventor is not only creative at making puzzles, but is also an artist and sculptor. I just wondered looking at him and trying to figure out what his brain would be like.
A must must visit to this museum, be it hail, rain or storm.