(Last Updated on : 15-02-2014)
Established in the year 1991, the District Archaeological Museum, is located in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The museum is a show house of a wide range of archaeological artifacts. These also include pre historic antiquities, sculptures, palm leaf manuscripts, arms and weapons.
In addition to these, fossils, early historic antiquities, coins, Bidriware, terracotta, stuccos, chinaware, and enamelware are to be found. For the artists, the District Archaeological Museum, Warangal has in its core, the paintings, miniature paintings and sculptures. There are also epigraphs, copper plates, grants and bronzes.
The historians and the book lovers will more enjoy the library of the museum because it is well stocked and well maintained. Except Fridays and public holidays, the District Archaeological Museum of Warangal is open from 10:30am to 5pm for people to visit. The Warangal Junction Railway Station is the nearest railhead.