Central Ticket Office
Belarus National Museum of History & Culture
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Lonely Planet review
Just like they were during the Soviet Union, the performing arts here are of very good quality, and tickets are priced to make them accessible to the proletariat. Opera performances are held on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Ballet performances are on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. To buy advance tickets or to find out what's on, head to the Central Ticket Office .