If you want to visit any historical place in Dhaka in the hope of healthy entertainment. Then I must tell you to go to the National Museum. If you visit the National Museum, you will learn a lot about history.
There are several museums in the capital city of Dhaka. Which carries memories of past historical traditions. People from all walks of life, from children to the elderly, visit the museum.
It is important to know the schedule of the visit. Don’t know about the museum entry deadline and how to buy tickets online. Read the article carefully from beginning to end
and learn more about the National Museum of National Museum. You can buy tickets at the National Museum online if you want. Ticketing was stopped due to the Corona epidemic.
But now that the incidence of corona has decreased. So you can buy tickets for the National Museum online and manually. The museum located at Shahbag in Dhaka city is our national and main museum.
It was established in 1913. The four-storey museum has a total of 43 galleries. The museum is open to the public on all days of the week except Thursday.
Weekly holidays and national days are more crowded here. Interested visitors can only visit the e-ticket button of Bangladesh National Museum website http://bangladeshmuseum.gov.bd
or http://nationalmuseumticket.gov.bd By registering from this link, you can visit the galleries of the National Museum by purchasing admission tickets online.
The museum is closed on Thursdays, the weekend. Welcoming everyone is going to start today’s article. Today we will let you know through this post when the national Lalbagh is opened.
This article is going to be very important for you today. Read the article carefully. How many museums are there in Dhaka city? If you know, you can go out with family or friends on holiday.
Besides happiness, many unknown things may be known effortlessly. With that in mind, an attempt has been made to list a total of twenty-seven museums in Dhaka city with a brief introduction.
Lalbagh Fort is located in Lalbagh, Old Dhaka. Emperor Aurangzeb during his reign arranged for the construction of Lalbagh fort. Yuvraj, son of Emperor Aurangzeb,
completed the construction work in 1678 AD. The then Lalbagh fort was renamed Arangabad Kellababa fort. Later, during the reign of Subedar Shaista Khan,
the fort was abandoned in 1684 leaving the construction work unfinished. Later at this time the Aurangabad fort was renamed as Lalbagh fort.
In summer, the fort is open from 10 am to 6 pm. In the middle, it is closed for half an hour from 1 pm to 1.30 pm. And in winter it is open from 9 am to 5 pm. Even in winter, it is closed from 1 pm to 1.30 pm.
So, friends, I have given you all the information through this post. I hope you understand. If you want to get any more information, you can visit the website and find out.