Time Required : 2 to 3 hours
Entry Fee : Adult (Indians): INR 100 Adult (Foreigners): INR 200 Students (Indians): INR 50 Students (Foreigners): INR 150
Timings : Monday - Saturday: Summers: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM Winters (1 Dec - 31 Jan): 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM Closed on Sunday and National Holidays
Hailed as Asia's largest Museum of Indigenous Cultures, the Don Bosco Museum is the house of the beautiful culture and tradition of North East India. It is conveniently located in the Mawlai area, near the Police Bazaar. With its seven storeys, it rises into the skyline of Shillong and flaunts 16 laid out galleries that showcase artefacts, paintings, figures significant to the Northeastern culture. Not only do these provide a feast to the eyes of the visitors, but also give an insight into the lifestyle of the North-Eastern people.
The significance of Don Bosco Museum is prominent from the fact that it has been toured by the eminent people from Rajya Sabha as well as the princess of Thailand. The museum is more of an institution with its own research wing, publications, newsletters and cultural calendar. Another striking fact about Don Bosco museum is that it is built in a hexagonal shape, which is why it is referred to as Shillong's architectural pride. Often, there are competitive events held in the premises of the museum and scholars, writers, musicians and lyricists from all over the country participate in them.
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