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The basic objective of establishing the National Museum was to collect, preserve, study, and exhibit the records of the cultural history of Pakistan and to promote a learned insight into the personality of its people.
Visited the museum solo on a Saturday. Museum is located in the centre of city and easily accessible, lawns are well kept and a traditional Sindhi cuisine restaurant serves visitors well.
I was lucky to visit the museum on a day with very low turn...More
As a National Museum, this really is a disgrace. It should be a showcase of National History and pride, but it is just a collection of neglected displays and dilapidated rooms. Pakistan has a rich archeological culture and this should be reflected in its National...More
Visited National Museum with my friends but was very disappointed to see the condition there. The halls smell very bad, most of the items seems fake and there was no proper guide. The air conditions were installed but not working. It is not allowed to...More
After visiting museums in Malaysia, decided to visit museums in Karachi. Located next to burns garden, the museum features artefacts from gandhara civilization, Mohenjo daro and mughal era. Our tour guide told us that the museum is being renovated and ACs will be installed. Entry...More
Great place, with a lot of history from Pakistan and this region, but not take care of, still same old school style. Just one guide, so we had to share it, and therefore choose to walk on our own. It was a petty to see...More
It is situated at Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed Road, Near Income Tax House and Provisional Sindh Assembly. it has some antiques just like Monh Joh Darho and Gandhara dated and some unique currency of Pakistan and folk of Pakistan's home appliances. I suggest all foreigners to...More
the place is good, with moderate collection from mohejodaro, gandhara, budha statues, prehistoric to independence day stuff.
Collection of different manuscript of quranic verses.
Pity the place is not much visited, there were just very few people visiting the museum at that time.