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Punjab State War Heroes Memorial & Museum

Gali Thora Chonki Wali Tarn Taran, Amritsar 143105, India
+91 98555 22588
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1. A must see place in Amritsar. Information is good for students perusing Indian history. Complete... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Biswajit K
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Worth a visit

Its enroute Wagah Border and has small 7d theater which shows about wars fought by Punjab Regiment... read more

Reviewed April 30, 2018
vipi0017
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New Delhi, India
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Gali Thora Chonki Wali Tarn Taran, Amritsar 143105, India
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+91 98555 22588
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

1. A must see place in Amritsar. Information is good for students perusing Indian history. Complete museum is fully Air conditioned with escalators & lifts. 2. A complete tour of Sikh history foretold very beautifully via drawings, hoardings, sign boards and with the help of...More

Thank Biswajit K
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Reviewed 30 April 2018

Its enroute Wagah Border and has small 7d theater which shows about wars fought by Punjab Regiment and many other things to see . The entry is Inr 100 and you need about 2 hours to see everything

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Reviewed 28 April 2018 via mobile

We went to visit this memorial as part of our Hop on Hop off tour. This memorial is located just a few kms before Wagah/Attari border,thus it can be visited enroute to d border retreat ceremony. Keep an hour and half aside if u want...More

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Reviewed 26 April 2018 via mobile

This place is situated bit outside from City. You plan this place when you are planning to visit wagha border. This is on the way to wagha border. So whenever leaving for wagha border , leave bit early . Cover this place first n then...More

1  Thank kajalsupern0va
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

Some incredible personalised stories of soldiers who took part, and many who died, whilst fighting for India in many of it's wars, especially since the division, post British rule. Very insightful for a long term visitor and really important to visit this if you plan...More

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Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

Certainly presented with some bias for the India perspective to conflict however this is understandable. I spent about 2hrs going through the museum. It's reasonably well presented. The 7D movies at the end, whilst not offensive, sits uneasily with the museum as a whole.

Thank GlynCarre
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Reviewed 26 March 2018

This place traces the history of various wars fought by the Heroes of Punjab Region ( Sikhs) from 3-4 centuries. There are 7 galleries which cover the time and is very informative. There is about a 12-15 minutes session at the end of the tour...More

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Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

A peaceful environment welcomes you the moment you step into this well maintained memorial. With nine galleries that take you on an inspirational tour of History, this place is definitely one to visit. Right from the start of Sikhism to the Indo-China wars the Memorial...More

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Reviewed 6 March 2018

A superb memorial done by Punjab state - Very well made to showcase the history & sacrifices of soldiers over centuries. MUST VISIT.

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Reviewed 20 February 2018

Great concept, beautiful building and space. Gave us an excellent overview of the history of Punjab and Sikhism. But the execution and curating is shabby and mediocre, there are errors in printing, chronology is sometimes mixed up. Some displays, especially the wax looking statues are...More

Thank Shaila M
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SukhPreet S
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Response from Shaila M | Reviewed this property |
Yes to what the person above has said . Best done en route to Wagah. There is a lot to read in the displays so if you are the type to read EVERYthing you should go early. By lunch time so you can finish and be at Wagah by 3... More
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