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There are some interesting cultural artefacts and models. But there is not material or guidance made available. It’s
Really government run in that terrible sense of the word. It takes less than half an hour to cover so not a big constraint on time. Plus...More
Capt. Williamson Sangma State Museum is functioning under the Department of Arts and Culture, Government of Meghalaya. It displays culture, history and lifestyle of various tribes of this region. Here one can see dresses, ornaments, utensils, musical instruments, handicrafts and traditional weapons of different tribes...More
A poorly maintained museum with almost no attractive exhibits. Poorly lit also. No proper staffing. Skip the place to avoid paying unnecessary entry fees and wasting time. Visit Don Bosco museum instead and spend a couple of hours there. You’ll love it.
Since we have been seeing Museums all over India and also in certain parts of the world, it may look average, but i feel that one must see this museum as it brings to light the history of the local Khasi tribal culture, their habits...More
We had visited this government museum during our sightseeing in Shillong. Entry tickets to the museum are very cheap - only 5 rupees per person. The museum is well maintained and showcases the culture & history of Meghalaya. There are many galleries showcasing models dressed...More
I'm a Japanese learning India.
Meghalaya has become my 26th state having visited.
Besides travelling in Meghalaya, visiting this museum has become a good learning about Meghalaya.
One of the most impressive learning for me is that I've visited only 2 out of 7 districts...More
Though much smaller than its counterparts elsewhere in the country, everything about the museum, including the exhibits on display, the way they have been arranged, utilisation of the space and maintenance of the place, is quite impressive. It gives the visitor a comprehensive idea about...More