Lucknow State Museum
city is the one of the famous destinations of the World Tourism with
three tradition monuments -Bara Imambara, Lucknow Zoo & Laxman
Tila. Lucknow is an energetic centre of Culture, Art and Religious
philosophies that have enriched mankind and shaped human thought over
centuries. Lucknow is famous for handicrafts products such as silks,
Leather work, Zari and Embroidery work. We provide
information on tourist destinations in Lucknow Travel including the
beautiful Lucknow State Museum and Lucknow Zoo. Lucknow tour is one of
the most popular travel places amongst tourists. Lucknow Tourism has
many other tourist places to provide for the tourists visiting Lucknow
(India). A tour to Lucknow is lifetime knowledge to remember forever as
the tourist destinations within and around the city go away the
Lucknow is situated on the banks of the Gomti River. Lucknow is
the cultural center of northern India where people are too polite and
have their own charming culture and tradition. Lucknow is also famous
for its, jewelry silks, perfumes and mouth-watering
Lucknow State Museum, situated in a modern three-storeyed
building at Banarasibagh in Lucknow was once situated in the
historic Choti Chattar Manzil and the Lal Baradari, the
other Coronation Hall of the Nawabs of Avadh.
Lucknow State Museum is must visit for all the tourists and otherwise
who visit Uttar Pradesh India. The Lucknow State Museum has separate
galleries committed to bronzes, textiles, paintings, natural history and
anthropological specimens, sculptures, coins and decorative arts.
The exceptional invaluable include:
An inscribed wine jar bearing the name of Aurangzeb Alamgir (1
A jade chamakali with the name 'jahangir' and the date 1036 AD.
A 16th century painting of a scene from the Kalpasutra, depicting
an elephant rider and a Jain muni.
A 16th century copy of the Harivansha in Persian with nine
Rare silver and gold coins, a prehistoric anthropomorphic figure.
A fossilized plant.
The Egyptian mummies.
The wooden sarcophagus, dating back to 1000 BC.
The State Museum is open all days except Monday, from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm.