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Archaeological Museum Jageshwar

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Heritage well maintained

One should thank ASI for maintaining an excellent on site museum around 100 meters from main temple... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Nanakolkata
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Kolkata
Nice visit

helps to imagine what archaeologists must have felt when they discovered the statues in this dense... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2018
SG_SoliudeSeeker
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New Delhi, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

One should thank ASI for maintaining an excellent on site museum around 100 meters from main temple complex located in the Jogeswar valley. It houses nearly 75 sculptures mostly from the local sites. The main central hall has two of the most important display. An...More

Thank Nanakolkata
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very nice place. There are 60 artifacts displayed in the museum recovered from Jageshwar group of temples and vicinity. It's just in front of Almora main bus stand. This museum should be handed over to ASI.All the items are very beautiful and priceless. Proper maintenance is...More

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Reviewed 3 October 2018

helps to imagine what archaeologists must have felt when they discovered the statues in this dense forest away from human intervention

Thank SG_SoliudeSeeker
Reviewed 30 July 2018

this was the first museum i ever visited where you need to remove your shoes to enter. but it was good. kept the sanctity of the place and kept it away from unwanted dust and dirt. ofcourse it was fully carpeted so wasnt a problem....More

Thank Pulkita P
Reviewed 24 July 2018

There are 60 artifacts displayed in the museum recovered from Jageshwar group of temples and vicinity. The displayed objects includes stone idols of Hindu god and goddesses belongs to 9th - 14th C AD . The noteworthy figure is a metal image of Pona King...More

Thank meena1981
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

I wish there were more statues & detailed information regarding the same. Yet,it is a nice place if you are interested in archaeological artefacts.

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Reviewed 3 May 2018

Very close to the temple complex. Brilliantly maintained and guarded. Desolate, as expected. No entry fee. Very, very good collection of small figurines from 10th to 13th century. Not only the deities, look for the refinement and emotion in the faces of ordinary hill people.You...More

Thank ghosal_rg
Reviewed 31 January 2018

about 20 mins from the jageshwar temple complex next to the parking area, this museum houses figurines and idols of gods and goddesses excavated from jageshwar. the three galleries is a treasure trove of those finds and is a must visit. the government has maintained...More

Thank Dishaa S
Reviewed 23 June 2017

Make a quick stop for a lesson in history and get marveled looking at the gorgeous idols of 8th & 9th century on display.

Thank Rahulpar2014
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Awesome collection and really great storage by the Archaeological team.. Worth visiting. Near the temple

Thank Shubham S
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Response from Gaurav V | Reviewed this property |
This museum is just few yards before Jageshwar temple, on left hand side when coming from KMVN (Kumaon Mandal Nikas Nigam) guest house. Around 100 m. from KMVN guest house. Google maps show correct location of this museum... More
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