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The Archaeological Musuem

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Nice museum though the frisking is not humane

he museum is in the same premises of the gol gumhat. It is good for one time visit. but since it is... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2018
Sanjay D
Navi Mumbai, India
A great collection

The Archeological Museum, in front of Gol Gumbaz , in Bijapur is maintained by the Archaeological... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2018
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Reviewed 23 May 2018 via mobile

This place is in the premises of GOL gumbaz with separate entry fee though meagre. Has collection of coins from past era. Some stone tablet with ancient Kannada and Arabic writing . Some old arms and armours. If you are there at golgumbaz just get...More

1  Thank Prasanna L
Reviewed 17 May 2018

he museum is in the same premises of the gol gumhat. It is good for one time visit. but since it is under archeological survey public sector employees are not that customer friendly.

1  Thank Sanjay D
Reviewed 11 May 2018 via mobile

The archaeological Museum is a best collection of all types of monuments and old antique pieces of Bijapur.

1  Thank Sharath15
Reviewed 7 May 2018

this is Well maintained museum in Bijapur on Golgumbaz site showcasing Bahman and Shahi era relics and artillery. Calligraphy of the era, miniature paintings, inscriptions in Arabic,Persian,Sanskrit and Kannada are housed in galleries.The museum has six galleries, three in the ground floor and the rest...More

1  Thank raja p
Reviewed 25 April 2018 via mobile

The Archeological Museum is in the same compound as the Gol Gumbaz and one crosses this first before reaching the Gol Gumbaz. The museum is a must visit to understand the extent of artistic advancement of the Deccan Sultanate as well the Vijaynagar empire that...More

4  Thank Payal G
Reviewed 22 April 2018

The Archeological Museum, in front of Gol Gumbaz , in Bijapur is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. The museum, is a treasure trove of stone sculptures, china ware, wood carvings, carpets, manuscripts, weapons and inscriptions,of Chalukyan and Adil Shahi periods. Closed On Fridays...More

1  Thank ansangam
Reviewed 8 January 2018

this musuem is worth the visit but the staff are a pain. they have a dire need to dictate everything you do including which way you walk. but the one place i saw staff cleaning endlessly till the display glass shone.

2  Thank visithra
Reviewed 13 December 2017

its just in front of gol gumbaz. have to take ticket, the out side building is very nice and attractive, museum is belongs to old instruments as usual. history lovers like this. its within city limit and world famous golgumbaz just 50 meters back. no...More

Thank Sheetal P
Reviewed 27 November 2017 via mobile

The archaeological Museum is a great collection of old equipments used in the old ancient age, the collection of the Museum is great in the Karnataka .

Thank Sharath15
Reviewed 9 November 2017

The dome is incredible, and we had an excellent guide who was able to show many features we may have missed. What we did miss was the so called whispering gallery as the many daft, you tourist loved the sound of their loud voice echoing....More

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