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Punjab State War Heroes Memorial & Museum
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Real heroes

Salute to those who fought for justice for peace for freedom for welfare for humanity for us In... read more

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A Breathtaking place

This memorial is really nice and worth to visit. It has a nice collection and the guide explained... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed 16 June 2018 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 life size images of all Gurus.
3. All major wars of India portrayed similarly.
4. 7D theater with short film of about 15 minutes on Battles ranging from Saragarhi up till Kargil war is shown with the help of 7D animation. A short roller coaster ride is also organised with 7D effect.
5. "Bunker" restaurant with snacks & light tiffin is available inside the museum.
6. Good thing about the museum is that all the security staff & even the administration officer are ex army personals.
7. The entry fee is Rs 100/- per person with discount for defence & school children.
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Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank 265biswajitk
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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

Date of experience: April 2018
1  Thank vipi0017
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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 to see d museum in detail. It has 8galleries, each depicting Wars India has fought. Everything explained in detail, with magnificent props, mannequins, technology. This museum has been well made. Infact one of d best museums I've seen so far in India. The knowledge u gain from here is profound. There's a huge, around 100ft tall sword installed here. U can see d model of INS Vikrant. By the time u finish ur visit, ull be filled with patriotism, just d right feeling before visiting d retreat ceremony. Would surely request u don't miss this place.

Date of experience: March 2018
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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 go for wagha border.
This place need almost 2 hr minimum to visit. It consists of many 3 floors n many sections. All you come to know about here war heroes of our wars with different countries.
You also come to know about Sikh gurus n heroes. Very well explained about Sikh history and respected gurus.
Well maintained and well decorated.
Interior's are worth watching

Date of experience: April 2018
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 to go to the Wagah border crossing. This fills in much of the history that you will find useful before watching the events at the daily border exchange.

Date of experience: March 2018
1  Thank Tony79w
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