Bangladesh National Museum has taken place in Bangladesh’s history, heritage and culture. From the ancient era, today’s Bangladesh has crossed the stairs of all the national monuments of the national museum. The organization is engaged in introducing, saving, displaying and researching the new generation with various elements of history and tradition. Today the National Museum of today is known as the Dhaka Museum.
In 1913, inaugurated in a room of Dhaka Medical College, Lord Car Michael, then governor of Bengal. 1970 Government of Pakistan replaces the Dhaka Museum Committee, 1970, by issuing Mandi Mandal Pre-Board Ordinance and making it a statutory body. Later, the Government of Bangladesh declared the Dhaka Museum as National Museum of Bangladesh in 1983. Currently, this organization is operated under the Ministry of Culture.
Its location on the southern side of the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University in Shahabagh area of Dhaka.
Inspection schedule, crowd days
Other than Thursday, this collection is open to the common people on other days of the week. There are more crowds on weekends and national days. In summer, winter and Ramadan, the schedule of visits is divided into three parts.
Summer (April – September) is Saturday – Mercury (10.30am to 5.30pm, and Friday from 3.00 pm to 8.00pm)
Winter (October to March) Saturday – Mercury (from 9.30am to 4.30pm, and Friday from 3.00 pm to 8.00pm)
Ramadan Month: Saturdays – Mercury (open from 9.30am to 3.00pm)
Ticket Collecting Information
To collect tickets from the counter and enter the museum. The counter is located beside the main gate.
3 – 12 years up to 5 taka
10 years over 12 years
Foreign visitors cost Tk 75
National Day, such as – Pahela Baishakh, March 26 and February 21, children and students have access to free access.
Access alert, exit / exit, guide
Visitors can take help from the guide when entering the museum. Keeping in mind the visitors, the museum authorities have arranged 7 guides. In the entry, bags and other items below must be left to the security guards. Can not be kept with cameras and food items, mobile should be kept off. The museum-exit system is one-way.
Where you can see the building
The museum complex is decorated with a variety of trees. The historic two cannons are on both sides of the entrance of the building. Aesthetic Novara sculpture will be seen only after entering the 4th floor building. The first floor of the building is the office, hall room and other. The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors have all the historic monuments that are open for the exhibition
On the second floor, visitors get a clear idea about the overall Bangladesh. Here are the maps, plants, animals, tribal life, rocks, minerals, Sundarbans and past periods of different coins and architecture.
The third floor is decorated –
Arms, porcelain, dolls and musical instruments, clothes and costumes, nakshi kantha, manuscripts, contemporary art and the emerging Bangladesh. Find ideas about world classism and art.
The fourth floor is decorated, the portrait of world monks, world art, world civilization etc.