Established on April 17, 1950 National Museum of Pakistan, is the largest museum of Pakistan. It was established in the place of the defunct Victoria Museum which was built in the Free Hall. NMK has a collection of 58,000 old coins (some dating from 74 Al-Hijra), and hundreds of well preserved sculptures. The Museum was shifted to the present location of  Burnes Garden, Dr. Zia-ud-din Road in 1970.   More than 70,000  reading materials on different topics are the part of NMK. There are 11 galleries in National Museum of Pakistan out of which there is a beautiful “Quran Gallery”.

August 13, 2010 | Adnan Khan | No Comments | 632 views