The Government Museum of Chennai is often called the Egmore Museum due to a place called Egmore. The museum is located in the Pantheon Complex, a beautiful colonial building. The museum showcases the most impressive exhibits in the history of South India. The Bronze Sculpture Collection Gallery shows bronze sculptures of the time of the 7th century Pallavas and also some of the finest sculptures of the Chola Empire between the 9th and 11th centuries are installed in the gallery. The museum also includes some outstanding Buddhist relics and coins from ancient South India.
Bharatpur Government Museum
Bharatpur Government Museum is a major attraction. Hundreds of people come to see it every year. This museum is inside the complex of Lohagad Fort and contains many souvenirs and sculptures of rare type. Here some precious items of Bharatpur have been saved with great care. These items were discovered when the ancient villages of Bharatpur, which were buried under the ground, were excavated. There is a lot of greenery around this museum.
The ancient museum was founded by the Maharajas daughter. It was founded in 2000. The ancient museum of Bikaner holds special significance for those interested in arts and crafts. Many types of artists get a chance to show their skills here. The ancient museum is located in the Junagadh Fort in Bikaner. Luxurious royal clothes and accessories are on display in the ancient museum. Apart from this, the museum also has portraits of the family of kings with an old setting of old furnishings. A glimpse of the heritage that has been a part of modern Bikaner is also very well seen in this museum. It has a fine collection of royal clothes, jewelery, religious items. Apart from this, crafts, articles and ancient artifacts are also displayed here. Traditional womens clothing is also displayed here.
Albert Hall Museum
Among the gardens of Ramnivas Bagh in Jaipur, Albert Hall Museum or Central Museum is one of the oldest museums in the state of Rajasthan. The Albert Hall Museum is built on the lines of the Albert Museum in London and is a symbol of the Indo-Arab style.
The Chittorgarh Museum is known as Fateh Prakash Palace Museum and is a must visit place in Chittorgarh. The Fateh Prakash Palace Museum in Chittorgarh houses many important and historical artifacts.
This fort museum inside the Junagadh Fort is the biggest attraction for tourists in Bikaner and Rajasthan. This fort museum has some very rare paintings, jewelry, weapons, biplanes etc. of the first world war.
Vintage Classic Car Museum
Here the beautiful ride of the Maharajas of Rajasthan can be seen. Here is a collection of very beautiful beautiful trains. There are 22 trains here, which you will see in the Royal Era.
Indian Folk Art Museum
This folk art museum is located in Chetak crossroads. Here we get a chance to know and see Rajasthani culture. The lifestyle of the royal emperors living in Udaipur is well known here. Even today, they have clothes, jewelry, turban, musical instruments, pictures, toys and puppets,
Sadul Museum is located on the first floor of Lalgarh Palace in Bikaner. This museum is His Excellency Dr. Was received as a donation from Karnil Singh. The princess of this museum is Princess Rajyashree Kumari. If you come to see this museum, you will find a large number of Georgian paintings, rare artifacts and hunting trophies here. Life-size pictures and photographs are kept in more than 20 rooms here. In fact, the royal family of Bikaner still lives in a part of the palace. This is also one of the reasons that millions of people are attracted to this place. The normal fee to see the Sadul Museum is 10 rupees. The museum is dedicated to the three kings of Bikaner and their passion for artifacts.
Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum
The Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum was established in 1937 by Maharaja Ganga Singh. It is a museum that has a wonderful collection of history, artwork and even sculptures. It is located in the Lalgarh Palace. There are many parts in this museum and they are divided according to historical importance and hierarchy. Here you will find Harappan sculptures, litho prints of the British Empire and many items. Tourists from every corner of the world come to see this museum. The museum is open from 10 am to 5 pm every day except Fridays and public holidays.