The Nagpur Central Museum is one of the oldest museums in India, established in 1863 with the efforts of Sir Richard Temple, the then Chief Commissioner of Central Provinces. It is also known as Ajab Bangla, and houses a valuable collection of rare sculptures, paintings, arms, textiles, ivory, manuscripts, archaeological findings from excavations, etc. The collection is sourced from different parts of Central India. The building of the museum itself is a heritage structure, and is run by the Government of Maharashtra.
This guided tour is free.