Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum

Location: NH13, Cona County, Shannan, 790001

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Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum
Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum

The Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum is one of the main attractions of Bomdila. Here people can get amazing handmade stuffs of arts and crafts. Those who are fond of cultural and traditional things, this craft Centre is going to be a perfect place for them to buy cultural handmade crafts at a reasonable price.

What is the Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum?

The is a place where visitors can  experience culture. It is a place where visitors come to buy or experience the unique designed handicrafts like hand woven carpets, traditional mask, wall hangings, Buddhist thangkas (paintings) and silk paintings and other stuff. Visitors can also buy the incredibly designed souvenirs. 

What will we get in the Craft Museum?

Visitors can get amazing cultural unique designed handicrafts like hand woven carpets, traditional masks and wall hangings. The dragon designed carpets are mostly loved by the visitors. These carpets are the most famous in the Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum.

What is the outside view of the Craft Museum?

The outside view of the Craft Museum is amazing. There are Bomdila monasteries and other stunning visiting spots near the Craft Museum. The snow capped Himalayan and green villages truly gives a mesmerizing view to the visitors. 

Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum
Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum

Why are people attracted to the Craft Museum?

The  Craft Museum has become one of the most popular places in the Bomdila of Arunachal. By visiting the craft centre visitors can explore the local handicrafts and will know much about the culture of the locals. Beside them can buy the hand made carpets, wall hangings, silk paintings and traditional masks. Travellers can also buy fascinating uniquely designed souvenirs. Many people buy dragon designed carpets from the Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum.

Visitors can also see the workplace how the crafts are created. They will see the workers weaving Monpa dresses, carpets etc. Visitors loved to buy all those amazing stuff from the Craft Museum at a very reasonable price. 

Is it safe to visit the  Craft Museum?

Yes, it is safe to visit the Craft Museum. Daily many visitors visit the craft centre. 

Bomdila Police Station

Are there any visiting places near the  Craft Museum?

After visiting the Craft Museum visitors can visit the Lower Gompa, Upper Gompa, Middle Gompa with R.R Hills and Bomdila Viewpoint. The lower Gompa is situated very close to the Craft Museum

What is the best time to visit this Museum?

The best time to visit the Craft Museum is during October to AprilDuring that time the weather remains pleasant and it is a perfect atmosphere for visiting. 

What are visiting times of this Museum?

The visiting time of the Craft Museum is from 9 am to 5 pm .

What is the entry fee of this Museum?

There is no entry fee in the Craft Museum

How many days will the Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum  remain open in a week?

The Craft Museum remains open everyday in a week.

Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum
Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum

Is photography allowed in the  Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum ?

Yes photography is allowed in the Craft Museum

How to reach the Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum?

The Craft Museum is nearer to Bomdila. Visitors can take a taxi to reach the Craft Museum from Bomdila. 

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How to reach:

By Air: Tezpur Airport is the nearest airport of Bomdila. It is only 160km away from the airport.

By Road: There are many roadways to reach Bomdila from Guwahati and Tezpur. Visitors will get bus or other transport to reach Bomdila from Guwahati and Tezpur. Bomdila is 154 kms away from Tezpur and 338 kms away from Guwahati.

By Train: Rangapara North Junction is the nearest station to Bomdila. It is 144 kms from the station. 

We wish you all the very best for your journey.
Happy Travelling!!!

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