If you are touring the city of Nizamabad, then the Archaeological and Heritage Museum is a must visit place. It will definitely add meaning to your trip. It is one of the most important places to visit if you want to explore our history and also serves as a temple of knowledge if you want to brush your learning on the evolution of human from apes. The museum was opened in October 2001 and has been divided into three different sections. One of the sections is the Archaeological section, the second section is the Sculptural gallery and the third is the Bronze gallery. Each of these sections show in detail how the historic town contributed to the history of ancient as well as the modern India. In the Archaeological section, one can see the tools and equipments that were used by the humans in the period between 50000 and 5000 B.C. this section exhibits several tools that belong from the Paleolithic, Neolithic and also the later Stone Age as well. In the Archeological section, pottery from the Megalithic Age is also kept here, it and has been dated as belonging to human civilization, which gained prosperity between 1000 B.C and 3rd century B.C., as well. When you are at the museum, make sure that you check out the coin collection of the Medieval period. The collection includes coins from the ruling period of the Kakatiyas, Satavahanas, the Qutub Shahis and Ikshvakus.
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The District Archaeological and Heritage Museum is situated in the heart of Nizamabad town which is connected to Hyderabad, located 175 km away, through road and rail transport.
All days of the week except Friday
10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Haritha Indur Inn in Nizamabad town offers delicious fare for tourists with superior services.
Tourists can buy small antique items and local handicrafts here.
Haritha Indur Inn in Nizamabad is a popular draw with tourists here. The location of this hotel close to some of the temples here continues to attract many tourists from Nizamabad, Hyderabad and even Maharashtra.