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Already reviewed under Archeological museum.
Spend between one to two hours and you will not be disappointed.
Do not miss the movie at the end of the tour to.learn about the myths surrounding the place
Museum is right outside the temple and costs INR 30 for entry.
There are replica of artifacts and the temple plan and details. Surprising was a model of temple in all its glory. What a view it must be when built !!
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This museum has an entry fee of Rs. 10. You will find that this is worth it. Actually, I think looking back that we should have visited this museum first and then visited the Konark Sun temple. We would be armed with additional knowledge of...More
It's almost the same as the Archaeological Museum to a layman like me. The relics of the Sun Temple which has been found in the temple complex are the main exhibits here and there are more than 250 of them!!
Beautiful place to know the whole culture of odisha at one single place. Right from their wildlife to archaeology to their ethnic dresses, painting, handloom...Can see it all under one roof. Can also buy from their small shops as it would be authentic.
The museum basically houses the remnants of the Konark temple that have fallen off. Its around 01 km off the Konark temple on the main road next to other important state govt establishments. Nothing much to see in it.
Established in 1968 showing fallen sculptures. Museum have 4 galleries displaying evolution and development of Orissan architecture, these are anciant and founded on diffrent locations.
Timing 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Closed on – Friday
This museum is located very close to Konark Sun Temple. Several artifact kept for display here are from the Konark Sun Temple, the Puri Jagannath temple and heritage sites of Bhubaneswar. You get complete glimpse of the history of Odisha in this museum. Buddhists and...More