It shows the history of the country and also shows many valuable objects. Many exhibits are also of historical and memorial significance.
Built in 1950, there are a total of 11 pavilions, showing all aspects of Pakistan's historical development, religion, art, ethnicity, and politics. The most stunning of all the exhibits is a statue of Priest King unearthed at the site of Mohenjodaro between 1500 and 2500 BC. Staring at this statue, there is an illusion of traveling through time and space, as if talking to an ancient man four thousand years ago.
very good have a good experience in there
MASHALLAH MASHALLAH MASHALLAH
great place to visit
i like it there
The door is closed one day on weekdays. On an old street very close to here, there is a huge cup of delicious ice cream for only three yuan, recommended mango and cantaloupe flavors, Pakistan’s largest museum, here are the cultural relics of Pakistan’s archaeological finds, it is worth visiting. There are many sculptures of Buddha.