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Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan spent some years in this colonial mansion. The place has some historic value.
The tour guide inside is an old Jinnah employee who served his sister for a few years. He has an interesting and unique perspective to...More
A lovely experience to visit our Quaid's home; it has its own unique historical significance and the place including few remaining items of household are well maintained. The supervisor gives a good historical narration of the house. However, one big disappointment was that we were...More
I have visited Karachi many, many times ovet the years and never thought to visit Quaid-e-Azam house, I had no idea what I was missing. Having been disappointed by Mohhata Palace I was really pleasantly surprised to see history preserved and celebrated at Quaid-e-Azam house....More
This house was used by MS Fatima JInnah. behind it is the Mehran Hotel which was once staff house for Army Officer. My Grand Father was given that house to live. My Father tells us about how they used to see Ms Fatima Jinnah playing...More
Unfortunately we went there twice and on both occasions the place was closed up. We only managed to walk around the grounds and take some pictures. Shame the timings are well advertised. Please note that we tried to visit during and after Eid.
... the Quaid-e-Azam House Museum would be worth 45mins-an hour of your time. It does not look very imposing, more like a mid-size country house with spacious gardes, good size bedrooms and samll family, dining & living rooms. That this was the house where Pakistan's...More
Quaid House Museum is a beautiful Victorian style building that contains many of the personal belonging of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The building is a beautiful architectural specimen of its time and one is fascinated to see many of the personal belongings, including...More
what if you want live a life of great personality....unique articles , furniture, clothes, cars, structured house and all is revealing a toughest history in a romantic mood...great learning...proud of....
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We visited the museum on Wednesday in the early afternoon. I am not sure if it ever gets busy, because when we went, there were hardly any people. It was nice to see Quaid's desk, his car, his suits, historic photographs... More
We visited the museum on Wednesday in the early afternoon. I am not sure if it ever gets busy, because when we went, there were hardly any people. It was nice to see Quaid's desk, his car, his suits, historic photographs, learn a bit about history, about independence, etc. The entrance fees is nominal, but definitely worth seeing.