1. Maharaja Ranjit War MuseumIt’s an amazing war museum with huge structures of army weapons that were used doing wars. The statue of Maharaja Ranjit Singh is very unique and amazing. Light and Sound show is the major attraction of this museum, which narrates the story of war of independence and which also makes this museum a must visit.
2. Punjab Agriculture University Museum
Punjab Agriculture university covers the area of around 4615 acres which includes the campus which is spreaded in 1510 acres and rest is regional research center. The museum of rural history of Punjab is also located within the university. The museum in this university comprises local arts, crafts and several other varieties of ancient objects. There is also a popular ‘Kisan Mela’ organized at this university every year. This fair displays various farming equipments and old bronze utensils.
3. Akal Sahai Museum
Akal Sahai Muesum is based on Sikh Culture and History. Akal Sahai Museum will provide a deep, unique glimpse into the history, culture, and tradition of Sikhism through the various art facts presented in it. The museum will be a great place to understand and enjoy Sikh culture and history, and the authenticity of the information.
4. Prabhakar’s Wax Museum
This museum carries a very inspiring story. It was made by Chandra Shekhar Prabhakar. He is a 71 years old man who took up this hobby way back in 2005 after a heart surgery. His motive was to keep himself engaged as he could no longer manage his business. He is a spirited and very inspiring man. More than 52 wax statues of famous personalities from different walks of life are installed at Prabhakar’s Wax Museum in Ludhiana.