Sri Rallabandi Subbarao Archaeological Govt. Museum, Rajahmahendravaram
The museum is located on the Godavari Bund Road in Vullithotavari veedhi of Rajamahendravaram Town. In the year 1926, the Scholars of Rajamahendravaram had established, the Andhra Historical Society with an aim to collect and preserve sculptures, inscriptions in order to write an authentic history of Andhra Desa. The Society has collected stone sculptures and large number of Books and preserved them in a building.
The Department of Archaeology and Museums has taken over the building and library under its control in 1967.
The museum building is having only one hall with verandahs in three sides. The stone sculptures are displayed in the verandahs and in the court yard. In the hall, the antiquities such as Paleolithic tools, Neolithic implements, Early historic pottery and terracotta figurines (1st – 3rd Century A.D) Bronzes, Coins, Bidri Ware, Arms & Weapons, Wood Carvings and miniature paintings are displayed.
The outstanding collections of the museums are stone sculptures, Gold coins and wood work of a Tribal Women.
Visitor Facilities : Clean and cool drinking water and good toilets are available.
Timings : The Museum is open from 10.30 A.M to 5.00 P.M and closed on Fridays and Public Holidays.
Entry Fees : Free
Sri Rallabandi Subbarao Archaeological Govt. Museum Gallery
Office of the Commissioner,
Department of Archaeology & Museums,
Government of Andhra Pradesh
Bapu Museum,M.G. Road, Vijayawada (Urban),
Pin Code: 520002.
Phone #: 0866-2577986.
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