Although Andijan suffered greatly from the earthquake in 1902 (a significant part of it was destroyed), the restored streets with low buildings retained their unique oriental flavor. The territory is conditionally divided into the Old and the New City and connected by Alisher Navoi Avenue. It is possible to get to the ruins of the Russian fortress, which was built in the XIX century. You can also see part of the wall, several towers, a gunpowder magazine. A small museum was established in the former barracks.
It is impossible to ignore the Andijan Museum of Literature and Art. Here are collected the all the time masters' works, including contemporaries. The exhibits include various areas of painting, sculpture, graphics, and many other unique works.
In the very city center, there is an open Andijan Museum of Ethnography - Hunarmandlar ratasi (which means "row of artisans"). On the territory of which there are amazing things of ancestral craftsmen. They keep their traditions and secrets of craftsmanship. All the items, the so-called exhibits, are made by hand here. Here you can get the basics of art at master classes given by mastodons. Unusual and attractive works that can be seen and bought here for an affordable price (much lower than in the capital) will delight with their beauty and practicality.
But on an especial account in the city is the Andijan Regional Museum, the Babur Memorial House-Museum. The unique 65,000 exhibits located here will leave an indelible mark for a long time. It is worth visiting this Uzbekistan corner. Beautiful landscapes of the Fergana Valley nature, numerous attractions, Andijan museums will not leave anyone indifferent.