It includes details of Sanchi Museum. Sculptures of different periods, i.e. from 2nd century B.C. to 12th century A.D. lids of caskets of caskets, iron objects, terracotta, and pottery.
Sanchi Museum stands witness to Indian's rich religious and architectural heritage. This is an important tourist attraction in Sanchi and is certainly worth visiting because it displays several rare and antique items. The Sanchi Museum has a very verdant setting. In the year 1919 Sir John Marshall developed an archaeological museum. Later this was converted to the Sanchi Museum. The Sanchi Museum is presently owned by the Archaeological Survey of India. It is kept open for public viewing from 9'o clock in the morning to 5'o clock in the evening. The entry fee is also very nominal. Sanchi Museum in sanchi is the proud owner of a number of earliest known stone sculptures in India that date back to the 3rd, 2nd and 1st century B.C. All of them have been collected from Sanchi itself. Caskets and Pottery several centuries old can be seen housed in the museum. Certain metal objects that were used by the monks have also been kept in the museum. Parts of the Toranas or ornamental gateways are preserved in the museum. The famous Ashok Lion Capital which was later adopted as the National Emblem of India is also kept in the museum. Statues of a Yakshi and a Buddha carved in red sandstone are also quite noteworthy.