Manipur State Museum, Imphal



Manipur State Museum, Imphal is one such tourist destination of Imphal, which no one should miss. The museum has a great deal of historical significance. One would get an essence of the history of Manipur and its rich and diverse culture.

The Manipur State Museum in Imphal is situated near the Polo-ground. It is a fascinating museum, which displays an array of objects which symbolize Manipur's history. These objects capture the significance of Manipur's heritage. It has a rich collection of the historical documents and relics of Manipur along with traditional Manipuri costumes and their war implements. It offers a peep on the intricate history of Manipur.

Manipur State Museum, Imphal is open from 10 in the morning to 4.30 in the afternoon. Except for Sundays and Holidays, the museum remains open on all other days. The visitors are charged a minimal entry fee for entering the museum.



Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

     


     

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