7 famous museums and pictures in Hyderabad

7 famous museums and pictures in Hyderabad

7 famous museums and pictures in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital of the state of Telangana and was once ruled by the Mughals, Nizams and Qutub Shahis. The city is known as one of the best tourist cities in the world for its monuments, mosques, temples and other heritage sites worth visiting. It also has many museums, which makes the city even more important for tourists.

Beautiful museums with pictures in Hyderabad:

Here is a list of famous museums in Hyderabad, Telangana, India.

Salaron Museum:

Salar Jung Museum is the most famous museum in Hyderabad; it is located on the south bank of the Musi River. The museum includes antiques from the country and around the world, with objects from even the 1st century recorded. The museum is known to have over 43,000 historical objects and 47,000 printed books and 9,000 manuscripts. In addition, there are sculptures, paintings, textiles, airplanes, sculptures, etc. from China, Nepal, Egypt, Japan, North America and other places.


Surendrapuri Museum is not exactly in Hyderabad, but it is a bit far away. This museum was created to spread awareness of Hindu mythology and Hindu mythology. Kunda Satyanarayana established this museum and named it after his Surendra, from which it was named. It includes replicas of more than 100 famous temples across the country, and depicts their apt mythology.

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City Museum:

The Hyderabad City Museum is located in the Purani Haveli Palace, the official residence of Nizam. The museum was created in honor of the last Nizam in the state. It is also currently used as an industrial training school. The museum is known for its European-style terracotta figurines, coins from the Satawahana period, preservation of old items showing Nizam’s reign, and gifts and souvenirs given to them with gratitude and respect.

Telangana State Museum:

AP State Museum is located in the public gardens in Hyderabad. It has a stark and fresh take on the culture of Andhra Pradesh. It is the oldest, but well maintained and kept in new condition. Archaeologist Henry Cousens, who explored the site in the 19th century and later excavated by Nizam, decided to put the objects in the museum built for it.

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Bella Science Museum:

The Birla Science Museum, established by Mr. P. A Singaravelu, a civil engineer, consists of 5 different “science centers” that are worth visiting. They are one of a museum, planetarium, art gallery, science center and “dinosaur house”.

Natural History Museum:

The museums in Nizam and Salar Jung are popular and most visited, but the Natural History Museum shows a different side among all the others. Not only tourists, people living in the city should also make time to visit the museum, because what makes it unique is not the history and culture, but the animals and different creatures that have made their home in this country. The Natural History Museum focuses on the life of animals, both living and extinct. The stuffed replica is made and depicted so vividly that at first glance, one cannot tell that it is not real.

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Sudar Automobile Museum:

The most unique museum in Hyderabad is the Sudha Automobile Museum, which was built by the very witty Guinness World Record holder Mr. K. Sudhakar who is well versed in car manufacturing. He has had a passion for cars and bicycles since school and built his own bike at the age of 15. By the time he was in college, he had also managed to build a four-wheeler. This museum consists of objects of different shapes, such as helmets, beds, pens, and actually vehicles.

Next time you plan to visit Hyderabad, don’t miss these beautiful museums. Do you like this article? Leave your comment.