Discover the hidden treasures of Bannu Museum, a captivating repository of history and culture in Pakistan. Unearth the secrets of ancient artifacts, artworks, and heritage that define the region’s past.

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Bannu Museum

Bannu Museum, a jewel of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan was opened to the public in 2011. It offers a glimpse into the rich history and heritage of this region. This informative and visually stunning blog provides insights into the museum’s history, collections, and significance.

Explore a diverse array of exhibits, from ancient relics to traditional crafts, each narrating a unique tale of the area’s cultural and historical evolution. Immerse yourself in the world of Bannu Museum, where the past comes to life, and be prepared to be captivated by its charm and historical significance. The museum is divided into three galleries as under:-

  1. Proto-historic Gallery:  This Gallery comprises a Collection from the Akra Site and Shera Khan Tarakai. It houses stone tools, flakes, blades, Terracotta seals, and Human and Animal Figurines.
  2. Islamic gallery: The Holy books (Quran) are dated back to the 11th century A.H. While some hadith books, housed in the Bannu museum, were written in the 6th century A.H.
  3. Ethnological Gallery:  The objects on display include Jewelry, dresses, bows, arrows, guns, revolvers, pistols, and sandals. There are wooden stools, baskets, sitars, and many other such things that make the display beautiful.

Uncover the historical importance and cultural heritage of the Museum as you delve into the depths of this treasure trove of knowledge. With its impressive collection and dedication to preserving the past, Bannu Museum stands as a symbol of the rich heritage of the region. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore this fascinating institution that keeps the legacy of Bannu alive.