The museum has a fine collection of woodcarving, appliquй, embroidery and sculptures, dated as early as 17th century. The museum contains precious examples of Buddhist art including the paintings by Zanabazar,a renowned religious reformer and great artisan of 17th century as well as colourful masks for Tsam Dance ceremony embroidered with corals, bronze statue of gods in erotic poses, silk tankas and many other artifacts.
There are five temples within the grounds. As you enter, the first temple you see is the Maharaja Süm . The main temple features statues of Sakyamuni (the historical Buddha), Choijin Lama and Baltung Choimba (the teacher of the Bogd Khan), whose mummified remains are inside the statue. There are also some fine thangka s and some of the best tsam masks in the country.