Sulaimani Museum: It is the second biggest museum after the national museum in Baghdad. It is home to many Kurdish and ancient Persian artifacts dating back to 1792–1750 BC.
Amna Suraka Museum (Kurdish:"Red Intelligence Museum")is located in a former Ba'ath intelligence headquarters and prison, it draws particular attention to the Ba'ath regime's brutal treatment of local Kurds. Visitors are guided through the prisons and interrogation rooms. The museum features many Soviet-era armored fighting vehicles.
Zamoa Gallery: Open year-round, it displays the works of the artists of the city. It is run by "Rostam Aghala",a well-known modern Kurdish artist.
Aram Gallery: Another place for artistic activities. It started the night cinema project where people can go to watch Kurdish and foreign films.