Museum Of Tribal Arts & Artifacts Overview
Located near the Bhubaneswar railway station is the Museum of Tribal arts and artefacts. It is common by the name of Museum of Man, popular as one of the best tribal museums in the country. Established in 1953, the institution falls under the Scheduled Castes and Tribes Research Training Institute, working towards the aim to develop and promote tribal culture. As can be made out from the name, the museum is an exhibit of different tribal treasures that belong to the state of Orissa.

Visitors can take a stroll around the 5 different halls of the museum which are dedicated to the display of local tribes, their culture and lifestyle, by means of dresses, ornaments, musical instruments, weapons, household objects, art, photographs and more. Notable among these are the costumes such as the rings of the Bonda tribe, the Gantung Kap of the Lanjia Saora and the phute sari’s of the Santhals.  

Location: Unit - VIII, CRP - DAV Rd, CRPF Colony, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751003

Price: No entry fee

Timing: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Best Time to Visit: All round the year
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