It opens by 10am...need 3-4 hours... the main attractions are the German clock, ivory collections etc... amazing it is!! Never miss it..
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The museum is well maintaines and has a variety of collections like ivory works, Mughal miniature paintings, Indian and Western medieval weapons, a interesting collection of walking sticks, variety of clocks, paintings, marble works and many more. The Veiled Rebecca statue is an exquisite marble...More
The museum is huge with two floors and wings. only thing required is a guide who can tell us about the museum. We took the devise also which also did not help. Do not waste money on devise, will not get any help.
Literally amazed by the collections in this museum. You need at least 3 - 4 hrs to have a glimpse of all artefacts in display.
This museum is huge way big to go to every section in day. I have been here several times and few collection like Veiled Rebbecca, Two face statue and, Old clock are just few name to worth visit. For collection 1. Elephant teeth collection 2....More
I was surprised by seeing variety of weapons, wagons, guns, swords, and other soldier safety things people using during mughal era. It's a huge building having 4 flooes, each room has wonderful collection, and you love many of it, must visit with your young kids.......More
Hi People - Hyderabad is also known as City of Nawabs. This museum is based upon Nawab Salarjung's memory and is very near to Charminar - Historical Monument of Hyderabad. How to reach? If you are staying in and around Nampally Railway Station - Just...More
Its a historical place and its good to take children. they will enjoy the location and museum very nicely.
a very nice museum in hyderabad, it is a must visit for history buffs and others alike. its worth it and even chowmohollah is nearby