Lahore Museum

Address: The Mall Road, Lahore, Pakistan

Latitude: 31.5682770

Longitude: 74.3081720

Time Zone: Pakistan Standard Time

Categories: Attraction, Culture

Tags: Popular, Family, $


This is a great muesum with items of mughal sikh and british era. worth visiting here.Visiting lahore museum can be a great experience for you but make sure you have plenty of time to visit is a huge museum and it is located near(walking diastance) Annar Kalli bazar,urdu bazaar, food street and beautiful Punjab university. Lahore Museum a Mughal style building is one of the important and major Museums of South Asia. The museum contains some fine specimens of Mughal and Sikh doorways, wood work, a large collection of musical instruments, ancient jewellery, textile, pottery, and armory. The museum has a number of objectives of Greco-Buddhist Sculptures.
Our Culture, Our Heritage, Our Present and our past everything is represented here so I personally suggest everyone to visit Lahore Museum and I am sure you will love this place.
Lahore Museum (Urdu: لاہور متحف ) is located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, It was was established in 1894 and is one of the major museums of South Asia. Lahore Museum is also known as Central Museum, and is located on The Mall. Rudyard Kipling's father John Lockwood Kipling, was one of the famous curators of the museum and the novel Kim was set in the vicinity of the Lahore Museum. Over 250,000 admissions were registered in 2005.[1]

It is located opposite the old University Hall, a Mughal-style building on the Shahrah-e-Quaid-e-Azam. The Museum contains some fine specimens of Mughal and Sikh door-ways and wood-work and contains a large collection of paintings dating back to the Mughal, Sikh and British eras.

The Museum has also a collection of musical instruments, ancient jewellery, textiles, pottery and armory. There are relics from the Graeco-Bactrian times as well as well as some Tibetan and Nepalese work. The museum has a number of objects of Greco-Buddhist sculptures, Mughal and Pahari paintings on display. The Fasting Buddha is one of the unique collections of the museum — in 2004 Nobuaki Tanaka, the Japanese ambassador, agreed to provide technical know how as the Buddha is popular with Japanese tourists[2]
If you are interested in the history and art culture of the Lahore then it is right place. you can get all sort of information regarding the Lahore. How its build and how its transformed old way to modern. If you are big fan of ART then you will see the great artifacts in this palace.
it's a nice museum which represents south asia's and pakistani culture tooo. anyone of the tourist, who will visit this, will enjoy the culture and other material , which represents the history

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