The Museum is committed to being a visitor-friendly place and creating a comfortable, well-facilitated environment to offer visitors a wholesome experience. The following facilities are available at the Museum.
Under its Universal Accessibility programme, the Museum attempts to make visiting a comfortable experience for everyone.
Lift is available for senior citizens and disabled visitors. The lift is situated in the extension wing of the Museum building.
Wheelchairs are available at the Museum entrance near the Key Gallery. Visitors may enquire at the Information Desk for the wheelchairs upon arrival.
Information in Braille
The Museum is dedicated to make the collections accessible to visually impaired visitors. In a pioneering attempt, the Museum has introduced Braille labels in the Sculpture gallery.
The Museum also organises tactile tours for visually impaired groups. For further information on Tactile Tours please visit the Education section.
Available at Museum Building Entrance
For all visitors
For International visitors
Complimentary along with ticket
The Visitors’ Centre has a well-furnished baggage counter for visitors to store belongings. Big bags, water bottles, packages are not allowed inside the Museum for safety reasons.
The baggage counter is a safe place to store these while you enjoy your visit.
Food and Drink
The Museum café serves a delicious range of snacks and beverages. Set in the Museum’s lush gardens, the café is perfect setting to sit back and relax with a cup of coffee in the beginning, middle or end of your visit.
Schools, Colleges and other educational groups can contact the Education Officer two weeks in advance for guided tours. Guided tours are available for groups of 25 to 30 persons.
For larger groups, special talk or orientation sessions are available. More information about educational activities is available on the Education Page. Private groups can also book tours for a charge.
Please contact the Education Officer to find out about charges and payment options.
Interactive kiosks are positioned within various galleries to facilitate extended information about the Museum and the collections in the respective galleries.
Lost & Found
Lost or found objects may be deposited at the Museum office on the First Floor of the Heritage Building. Visitors must take care of their personal belongings. The Museum is not responsible for loss of belongings.