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We used Uber from our Mango Hotel ($2.64) for the 7 km northwest to this suburban museum. After signing the entry guestbook, we walked 50 meters down a beautiful potted flowered lane passing a spouting fountain to enter a flowered court. Inside the Tribal Museum,...More
It showcases the effort Orissa tribals puts in developing those handicrafts and fine art works. A must visit place in Bhubaneswar. They have a Museum walk almost every week with 50Rs / head. It's worth visit. You will fall in Love with this place.
Its one of the best museums I have ever visited. And the entry is free! There are about 4 halls depicting tribal heritage and antiques. In every room there are tribals making handicrafts and stuff, you can buy from them. Outside, there are huts and...More
If you are a person who has interest in various cultures of India, this place is worth a visit. This museum exhibits various aspects of rich culture of Tribal life, be it clothing, hunting weapons, cooking utensils, etc. It also exhibits various abodes of the...More
This is a very well maintained, nice cosy museum with lots of interesting stuff to see. When we visited, there were artisans showcasing their work, which was interesting. We also picked some nice artwork at reasonable price.
Entry is free. Overall a good place to...More
I was absolutely thrilled by the amount, the quality and the beauty of the items exposed. What a pleasant way to learn more of the rich culture of Tribal life ! The short video lectures are most instructive and the staff is well-informed and very...More
As other reviewers have said before, this place is much worth a visit. The entry is free and nice thing is that photography is permitted inside.
The museum gives an excellent overview of the various tribals of the state, their culture and way of life...More
3 hours is enough including a stop at the nice cafeteria serving cheap and local food and beverages. There are 3-4 large rooms to visit with many items in each (clothes, tools, weapons etc). They also have indigeneous huts... More
3 hours is enough including a stop at the nice cafeteria serving cheap and local food and beverages. There are 3-4 large rooms to visit with many items in each (clothes, tools, weapons etc). They also have indigeneous huts to visit and several shops. The garden is charming and the whole thing is totally clean and well maintained. A pleasant visit.