Science and technology museum in Bangladesh

The national science and technology museum was established on 26 April 1965 in Agargaon of Sher-e-Bangla Nagar thana of Dhaka City Corporation, to introduce the people of the country with the science and technology museum science and technology. The museum is being supervised by the Ministry of Science and Technology.

The national science and technology museum

There are a total of 7 galleries, two different paths and guides for turning around and coming out. Besides, the sky is cloud-free, every Saturday and Sunday evening organizes the observation of the sky with the help of telescope. Observations and schedules From Saturday to Wednesday the museum is open for visitors from 9.00am to 5.00pm. The museums are closed on every Thursday and Friday and all government holidays.

Ticket Counter with the main gate Tickets for all ages except children under 5 years of age There is no chance to visit here free of charge. The number of visitors to the sun and moon are comparatively more.

The building has a 4-storey building in the premises of the premises. This is the second floor of the building, the gallery, the 3rd floor of the building and the 4th floor of Bangladesh Science Academy. Galleries are Science Gallery, Industrial Technology Gallery, Biology Gallery, Information Technology Gallery, Fun Science Gallery and Young Scient Project Gallery. There is a library, workshop and auditorium. There is an elevated stairway and a lift for the authorities to get the visitors to flip through the building.

There is also a dinosaur statue and a small battle aircraft in the building premises. Other arrangements include the 118 registered science clubs of the museum. These science clubs can rent the Museum Auditorium to organize science events. Besides, district level science fairs, party-based visits, organizing general quiz, organizing science lectures and programs on international science day are taken. Photos taken inside the prohibition seminar and bribe utterly banned are prohibited. Visitors must enter the bags, cameras, etc, to be filled by the counter.

How to go: Any bus, tempo, CNG and rickshaw can go to Sher-e-Bangla Nagar area from Farmgate area of ​​Dhaka.

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