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Archaeological Museum Goa

About Archaeological Museum Goa: The Archaeological Museum Goa is functioning from the year 1964.From Brahmanical sculptures to the medieval coins, stamps and portraits; the Archaeological Museum of Goa is one of the ideal destinations for all you history lovers. Explore the little details of historical evidences and Portuguese remnants in the Archaeological Museum of Goa.

A division of the Archaeological Survey of India, the Archaeological Museum of Goa is truly one of the famous tourist attractions of Goa. The entrance is decorated by a towering statue of Alphonso De Albuquerque. From large paintings of Vasco da Gama to Alphonso De Albuquerque the museum also houses ancient artifacts of the other periods. The Key Gallery shows exhibits excavated from medieval period. From exhibits of Vijaynagar Empire to Baptist paintings, Archaeological Museum in Goa is simply a treasure trove for history lovers.

Goa is called the tourist's paradise. From exotic beaches to mouth watering sea food, Goa is every tourist's favorite destination. The city attracts tourists from all over the world. Ancient churches, temples and beaches make Goa one of the much preferred destinations. Explore this city, visit the different shopping hubs in Goa and taste the lip smacking seafood on your tour to this Indian state. 

How to Reach Archaeological Museum Goa:

Located in Old Goa, Archaeological Museum is 9 km from Panaji. For this you can reach the Dabolim Airport in Goa and then take a bus or a drive to the Museum. Vasco da Gama and Margao are the only railheads in the state from where you can take a transport to Old Goa.