As the highway towards Baetov and Kazarman tops a small pass to the west of the city, look for a dirt road turnoff that leads to a viewpoint of the city. It's popular with locals.
Painting and sculpture from a collection of Kyrgyz artists, primarily those who originate in Naryn. There's also a small gift shop off the lobby.
This little museum has two attractively presented ethnological rooms but is more interesting for the 1960s photos of Naryn in its Soviet heyday...and for Kojumkul's giant pyjamas.
Right on the square, this monument is the go-to photo spot for newly-weds in Naryn.