The Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan is a multifaceted institution encompassing a rich library, extensive archive, museum, and a hub for analysis, culture, education, and research. It stands as a repository of knowledge and history. Within its walls, you’ll find publications from N.A. Nazarbayev’s personal library, as well as rare, collectible, and early printed editions gifted to the Head of State by other nations.
The Library features 8 distinct exposition zones, hosting thematic exhibitions and commemorating pivotal moments in the nation’s history. The atrium on the ground floor showcases selected works by the President, offering insights into the historical foundations and principles underpinning modern Kazakh statehood. This space also serves as a venue for conferences, accommodating up to 300 participants.
Spanning 30,000 square meters, the Library building embodies a commitment to preserving and disseminating the cultural and historical heritage of Kazakhstan.