National Telecom Museum

The different stages of Indian telecommunication were preserved in the National Telecom Museum of Bhopal. The Telecom Museum was opened for the public on 18th August 1996.It was set up by the Madhya Pradesh Telecom Circle and the main initiative was taken by the then chief General Manager R. N. Goyal.It is located at Arera Telephone Exchange, Bhopal. National Telecom Museum is only one of its kinds in Asia. 

Golghar Museum

It showcases a variety of arts, handicraft and social life from the Nawab-era. The museum was inaugurated in April 2013 by Culture Minister Laxmikant Sharma.

A museum of diverse aspects of arts, handicraft and social life of Nawab-era been developed at 'Golghar' monument here. The museum will be inaugurated by Culture Minister Laxmikant Sharma on Tuesday evening. Golghar monument is situated near Bab-e-Ali ground, Shahjahanabad, Bhopal.

State Museum

The State Archaeological Museum of Madhya Pradesh was earlier known as Bhopal Museum. It was during the reign of Nawab Shah Jehan Begum (1868-1901) that a serious effort was made to collect rare objects for the Museum. It was inaugurated in November 2005 and is housed in a new majestic building. It is located near the Museum of Man and the Regional Science Centre. The Archaeological Museum in Bhopal houses a splendid collection of sculptures brought from various parts of the state. 

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS) or the National Museum of Anthropology is located in Bhopal in India. It aims to present an integrated story of the Evolution of man and culture with special reference to India.

The Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya on the Shamla Hills in Bhopal is the National Museum of Mankind. It has been renamed as the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya and is a significant tourist place in Bhopal. This museum is engage din recollecting the past rather than collection.

History of Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya

Remember Bhopal Museum

A unique museum preserving the belongings and pictures of victims of the Bhopal gas tragedy, in which thousands had lost their lives after inhaling toxic gases leaked from Union Carbide plant, was thrown open to public today on the 30th anniversary of the disaster. The first-of-its-kind museum, situated at New Housing Board Colony near now-defunct Union Carbide plant here, captures the horror which unfolded on the intervening night of December 2-3, 1984 and also the trail of destruction in the world's worst industrial disaster.

Regional Science Center

Regional Science Centre located on Banganga Road on the picturesque Shyamla Hills was established on 12th January 1995 by the then president of India, late Shankar Dayal Sharma. Spread over 5 acres of landscape with varieties of plants, trees and shrubs, the center is the only one of its kind in Madhya Pradesh. The center is one of the 27 constituent units of National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) which is an autonomous scientific organization under the Ministry of Culture, Govt.

Shaury Smaarak

Shaurya Smarak  is a war memorial situated at Bhopal, inaugurated by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on 14 October 2016.Shaurya Smarak is established by government of Madhya Pradesh at Bhopal in the heart area of Arera Hills near M.P. Nagar and Secretariat. It is sprawled over large area of about 12 acres. It is developed as a public park with dedicated galleries and landmark in the memory of war heroes who had shown their gallantry in the various wars with Pakistan and China.

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