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Harappa Museum

Chichawatni Harappa Road | Harappa, Sahiwal 57170, Pakistan
+92 300 8759912
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Beautiful piece of Art and Ancient civilization

I took Family there we all had a great time....so much to see and do...we spent approximately 3... read more

Reviewed June 12, 2018
Ikram M
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Must visit

Very historical place.Preserved and well maintained. Nice place to visit to get on ground knowledge... read more

Reviewed June 11, 2018
Mian O
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Chichawatni Harappa Road | Harappa, Sahiwal 57170, Pakistan
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+92 300 8759912
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Reviewed June 12, 2018 via mobile

I took Family there we all had a great time....so much to see and do...we spent approximately 3 hours inside but the time went really quickly.....All I can say is if you want somewhere to go with Kids and family the harappa Museum is the...More

3  Thank Ikram M
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Reviewed June 11, 2018 via mobile

Very historical place.Preserved and well maintained. Nice place to visit to get on ground knowledge and history of the civilization that lived here. So many cultural and ritual antiques on display . Indeed a beautiful experience and a must see museum.

3  Thank Mian O
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Reviewed June 9, 2018

Harappa since its inception has remained almost continuously occupied as a settlement for over 5500 years. It was first identified as ruins of an ancient city in 1826 by a British Army deserter, James Lewis, posing as an American engineer named Charles Masson. The museum...More

1  Thank Zainab N
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Reviewed June 1, 2018 via mobile

Harappa is a custodian of Indus Valley Civilisation. The museum at Harappa needa lot of attention. Government has to take measures to not only save this arch site but also to present it in best possible way. Follwing are suggested:- a. Proper tourist information centre...More

4  Thank MuhammadUmertutu
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Reviewed May 29, 2018

i visited Harappa Museum few years ago with my colleages. This museum is informative historical .It is a place related to Ancient Pakistani history. Harappa is our ancient city Belong to Indus valley civilization time between 3300- 1300 BC. Harappa was one of the earliest...More

5  Thank Ozma B
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Reviewed May 26, 2018 via mobile

Harrapa is a famous archaeological site, located in Punjab, few Km away from Sahiwal. I went with my friends but I couldn't find public transport access to harrapa what we were unaware . It was a surprise for me that around 3500 BC to 1900...More

5  Thank Aafna
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Reviewed May 24, 2018

The ancient city of Harappa (3500 BC -1900 BC) is one of the largest archaeological sites of ancient Pakistan (Indus River Valley Civilization). Harappa since its inception has remained almost continuously occupied as a settlement for over 5500 years. It was first identified as ruins...More

8  Thank Hannan456
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Reviewed May 22, 2018 via mobile

Harappa, an ancient city and proud of IVC. The history of this land faded away with the passage of time. Harappa Museum is only a hope to preserve this culture and splendid history. It highlights the life of the people, who were modern in all...More

7  Thank Ainny H
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Reviewed May 22, 2018 via mobile

I have given five stars only due to the historical significance of the place. The museum gives a fair idea of the progess made by the Ancient Pakistanis. One star for Government as there isno facilities for tourist attraction. This place is not less thn...More

4  Thank Gulpatay
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Reviewed May 22, 2018 via mobile

Harappa Museum is the custodian of oldest of Human Civilisation; IVC. The museum highlights the life of Ancient Pakistanis. It has a variety of artefacts of Indus Valley Civilisation. Most important are the male and female skeletons of ancient Pakistanis who were burried in graveyard...More

7  Thank Raja_Porus_300
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Response from Hannan456 | Reviewed this property |
Harappa is an ancient city and not a civilisation. Indus Valley Civilisation of Pakistan is one of the oldest civilisations in the entire world. Pakistan have a settled history of over 9000 years starting from from the... More
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Aafna
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Response from Raja_Porus_300 | Reviewed this property |
Its just 1.8 Km from Harappa City. Harappa city is linked with rest of the country specially Sahiwal with public transport. From Harappa city one can hire a ricshaw, taxi, or suzuki to reach museum.
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