(Last Updated on : 31-08-2009)
The 'Garden City of India', Bangalore is a historical city forming the 'twin city' in the 19th century. As such, Bangalore is a treasure house of ancient objects collected from various places of Karnataka.
The Madras Sappers Museum and Archives at Bangalore in the state of Karnataka is an army museum housing the objects related to army. It was established in the year 1979. Presently it exhibits military history records and artifacts of army engineers for motivation of troops.
Interested people may visit the museum from 8:30am to 1:30pm and 3pm to 5pm in summer, and 8:30am to 1:30pm and 3pm to 4pm in winter. Sundays and holidays have a different timing opening at 9am and closing at 12:30pm.
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