National Museum of Pakistan, Karachi

National Museum of Pakistan is located at Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed Road, Karachi, Pakistan. This museum was built in Frere Hall on April 17, 1950 for replacing Victoria Museum. It’s in one of the major museum in Pakistan their main purpose of creating was to promote people and history of Pakistan. There were famous antiquities and works of Arts including “The Priest King” statue wearing Sindhi Ajruk.

Nation Museum of Karachi has a set of 58,000 old coins, 70,000 books & reading materials, and there are 11 balconies in this museum and nice “Gallery Koran” for increasing its beauty that attracts everyone. National Museum of Pakistan is a best place for history and art lover students but unfortunate on only special permission students and tourist will go inside the Museum general public was not allowed.