Tezu District Museum

Location: Jubilee Marg, Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh 792001, India

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Established Date : The District Museum established on 1956

tezu district museum
tezu district museum

Tezu District Museum

If you love to experience traditional stuff and want to know about the history of traditional people we got a perfect museum for you. This museum carries the culture and tradition of the ancient tribal community.

What is the Tezu District Museum?

Tezu District Museum is one of the must visit tourist spots in Tezu. It is situated in Lohit District of Arunachal PradeshThe museum has a huge collection of  sculptures, manuscripts, antiquities, copper plate inscriptions, manuscripts, Ahom period cannons and craft of various communities and satra institutions. The Tezu museum has more than 555 objects. 

What is the history of Tezu District Museum?

This Museum was established in 1956 with a view to bring awareness and to express the local culture arts of the tribal community to people. The museum carries the story of local tribal people. First the museum was on the Darrang College later in the year 2002 it is shifted permanently in the British historic building Dak Bungalow.

Who established the Tezu District Museum?

The Tezu District Museum is established by the Directorate of Museums, Guwahati, Assam.

tezu district museum
tezu district museum

Inside view of Museum:

Inside, the Museum there are more than 555 objects. The objects are sculptures,  manuscripts, antiquities, copper plate inscriptions, manuscripts, Ahom period cannons and craft of various communities and satra institutions. The collection of the museum reflects the story of the culture of the tribal community of Arunachal. The museum is carrying the history of the local tribal community. The collections of the Tezu District Museum are very much unique. There are traditional arts paintings, ornaments and other traditional stuff. 

Why are people attracted to the Tezu District Museum?

This is one of the most visited tourist spots in Tezu. Daily many visitors pay a visit in the museum. The whole museum reflects the livelihood of the tribal people. The stuff used by the tribal people are displayed in the museum, there are unique arts, paintings of the tribal people. By visiting the museum the visitors will know about the history and culture of tribal people. That is why tourists from all around the world gather in the museum to get a glimpse of historical unique and valuable traditional objects of the tribal community.

Is it safe to visit the Museum?

Yes, it is safe to visit the Museum. Many tourists pay a visit daily.

Police Station

What is the best time to visit the Tezu District Museum?

The best time to visit the Museum is from October to March. During that time the weather of Tezu remains very much pleasant and it is the perfect time to visit.

How to Reach Museum?

This Museum is very much close to the Tezu city. It will take around 10 minutes to 20 minutes to walk to the Tezu District Museum from the Tezu city. The distance of the museum from Tezu city is only 1.4 km.

tezu district museum
tezu district museum

Near Restaurants

There are also many other restaurants near the Tezu District Museum.

Near Hotels:

How to Reach

By air: Dibrugarh Airport  is the  nearest airport of Tezu city. The airport is 154km away from the Tezu city and the nearest international airport is at Guwahati Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport which is 610 km away from the city.

By railway: New Tinsukia Junction is the nearest railway station to Tezu. It is 120 km away from Tezu. And another close railway station is Dibrugarh railway station which is 170 km away from Tezu. From the station visitors can hire a taxi, cab or use a bus to reach the destination.

By road: Tezu can be reached by Bus. There are many private and government buses available in Tinsukia, Dibrugarh and Guwahati from where visitors can easily reach Tezu.

We wish you all the very best for your journey.

Happy Travelling !!

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