oral histories
visitors in museum
Exhibits, Wheelchair Accessibility
Schools, Gallery of Hope,
Installation, Visitors,
Visitors, Oral Histories
Visitors listening to oral histories
Visitors, Schools, Galleries,
Ganeev Dhillon, Guided Tour, Visitors
Installation in the Gallery of Refuge

Museum Working Hours and days
Tuesday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Closed on Mondays, 26 January, 15 August and 2 October

Ticket Prices
Indian Nationals: INR 10/-
Foreign Nationals: INR 250/-
Children (5 and below): Free
Partition Survivors: Free

How to get to the Museum
Distance from Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport: 13 kms. Time: 25 – 30 minute drive.
Distance from Amritsar Junction Railway Station: 2.1 kms. Time: 10 – 15 minute drive.
Distance from Madan Lal Dhingra Inter-State Bus Terminal: 950 meters. Time: 7 – 10 minute drive.
Ola cabs, auto rickshaws are easily available to commute around Amritsar.
Paid parking is available at the Golden Temple parking lot (2 Minute walk to the Partition Museum, Town Hall)

Tips for Visiting
Town Hall, Amritsar is located at the start of the Heritage Plaza, a 5-7 minute walk from the Golden Temple and Jallianwala Bagh. It is a People’s Museum and is built through their donations and stories. When visiting, it is ideal to schedule at least an hour for the Partition Museum, especially if you are interested in history! Brother’s Dhaba, a popular local eating joint, is located right opposite the Museum. Hall Bazar is also down the road, the ideal marketplace to shop for traditional Phulkari embroidered cloth and Punjabi Juttis.

Location Map

School Visits
School children from all over the country have visited the Museum to learn about the Partition, which resulted in the largest migration in history. The Museum’s multi-media exhibits help students understand history in a more interactive manner and connect with the stories of the people who lived through it.  The students take back with them a greater understanding of the nation they belong to and the people they are a part of.

We encourage schools to bring students of all age groups to the Partition Museum, to enable them to learn beyond what textbooks can teach, and sensitize them to the sufferings of the people as well as experience the hope and positivity the Museum strives to bring forth.

Please contact the Manager for details.

Accessibility and Facilities

The Museum is entirely wheelchair friendly. A lift is available to access the first floor.
Guided tours are available on demand. Please contact the Manager for details.
The Museum has restroom facilities which are also accessible to wheelchairs and prams.
Photography and videography is prohibited inside the Museum.


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