Ornok is a kind of real open-air museum, keeping the exhibits of bronze and iron ages, as well as the early Middle Ages. These exhibits are petroglyphs put on the surface of more than 2000 stone boulders.
There are images of ancient human and animals such as the mountain goat with curled horns, deer - the totemic animal of the local tribe Bugu, dogs, leopards, horses, camels. In addition to the petroglyphs in the archaeological complex Orn'ok can also be found mounds and fragments of ancient buildings.
The complex Orn'ok is located to the north of the village Orn'ok, on the coast of the Issyk Kul lake and occupies an area of about 6 sq. km.