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Archaeological Museum

Bhagat Singh Nagar, Rupnagar, Punjab 140001, India

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Old Ruins

About Archaeological Museum

A museum that houses the archaeological remains of the excavated site near Ropar, the first Harappan site excavated in Independent India located at Rupnagar town on the banks of Sutlej river.



Attractions near Archaeological Museum

Gurudwara Shri Bhatha Sahib2.78km from Archaeological Museum

A famous gurdwara in the city of Rupnagar. This Gurdwara commemorates the visit of tenth Guru Sri Gobind Singh.  Religiously significant place and that's why a lot of people visit this place.

Ropar Wetland5.68km from Archaeological Museum

This is a man-made freshwater wetland covering 1,365 hectares. Surrounded by the Shivalik hills in the northwest and the plains in the south. This is a popular tourist attraction for bird watching and boating.

Gurudwara Parivaar Vichora Sahib11.85km from Archaeological Museum

A beautiful gurdwara situated on the banks of river Sirsa. This is where the 10th Guru of Sikh, Guru Gobind SIngh Ji's, family got separated. Located on a hill top, one has to climb 100 odd steps to reach this holy spot, which commands a panaromic view of the surrounding valley.

Sanghol Archaeological Museum23.31km from Archaeological Museum

This is an ancient site of Harappan culture and is being maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. A tourist complex is also coming up here. This place holds a special position on the archaeological atlas of India.

Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex29.1km from Archaeological Museum

This is a museum that gives an insight into the events that took place in Punjab five hundred years ago which gave birth to Sikhism and finally the Khalsa Panth.  It serves to attract tourists and pilgrims.

Fateh Burj, Chappar Chiri33.02km from Archaeological Museum

This 328 feet high Burj is India’s tallest victory tower, even taller than the famous Qutub Minar of Delhi. It is a symbol of victory of Sikhs led by the great general Baba Banda Singh Bahadur. It was constructed to mark the 3rd centenary of the historical battle of Chappar Chiri.

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Rupnagar5 attractions

One of the 22 districts of Punjab. The land of historic gurdwaras and there are so many beautiful places to see.