Timings : Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Closed on Monday
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : Indians: INR 50
Foreigners: INR 500
Photography: INR 500
Situated inside the famous Chandrashekar Azad Park, the Allahabad Museum is one of the national-level museums of India. It gives an insight into the history, culture, heritage and independence movement of India through the amazing displays of artefacts related to the art, history, archaeology, architecture, environment and literature.
The main highlights of the Allahabad Museum are the rock sculptures, the miniature paintings from Rajasthan, terracotta from Kaushambi, literary and artwork from Bengal School of Art. Beginning from the historic era of Harappan civilisation, the artefacts of the medieval period, the carvings from the Gupta period and Khajuraho, to the Independence struggle of India against the British, Allahabad museum is a treasure of Indian history.
Recently, a new rock gallery was inaugurated in the museum which showcases the pre-historic rock arts. There is also a gallery for the Allahabad Museum Green Project where you can witness the eco-life of the present and past in the digital form. The museum also houses a large collection of Bengal School of Art and Modern Painting of Anagarika Govind, Nicholas and Svetoslav Roerich.
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