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A queit evening visit with family

A serene and quiet place, well apart from the hubbub of the city. when you enter the place looks... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
jsuj1962
Nice introdcution to history

The museum is really a kind of blended updated political and religious introduction to Pakistan... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Reviewed 6 days ago

A serene and quiet place, well apart from the hubbub of the city. when you enter the place looks ordinary, but as you climb the stairs and come upon the Monument, you realize what an imposing structure this is. Made in the shape of the...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum is really a kind of blended updated political and religious introduction to Pakistan from ancient history to modern time. For most Europeans like myself some fact are fully ignored and the historical aspects are presented in a reasonable historical and/or political/religious blend that...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The monument is a really nice design on a hill with nice views over Islamabad. The museum is a bit of a disappointment. It offers a very limited and one-sided view on the history of Pakistan. Almost nothing about the very rich pre-islamic history. No...More

2  Thank Joost d
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went on a Monday & unfortunately the museum was closed, only the monument & gift shop was open to walkabout. The petals each are drawn with the marvels of Pakistan eg: Karakoram Highway, Badshahi Mosque, Jinnah potrait. I am a history buff but there...More

1  Thank travelandkhana
Reviewed 5 September 2018

Islamabad is a great city. Lots of open land around Islamabad. It is better than most western cities

Thank izaidi
Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

The Pakistan monument is beautifully built. The structures and designs are superb. The museum is the icing on the cake. Nice place for anyone interested in beautiful views, as well as Pakistan's history.

Thank Noor P
Reviewed 27 August 2018

A must for every person visiting Islamabad. An aesthetically designed monument depicting all provinces, beautifully designed balconies and terraces offering fabulous views of Islamabad and the adjacent museum showcasing the Pakistan movement and the path to independence. It was designed by the award winning architect...More

Thank Mansoor A
Reviewed 8 August 2018

I went in winter when it is not hot as there is almost no shelter except from the shadow of monument. A place to visit with family and not certainly a place I will re-visit but it was nice overall for pictures and fresh-air.

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Reviewed 31 July 2018

The museum has a nominal entrance fee, and is laid out on two floors. The covered area is not too big, and one can go through it within one hour; unless, of course, one would want to read each and every description provided next to...More

1  Thank ShoaibShawoo
Reviewed 24 July 2018

for a nominal fee you will be able to see this beautiful monument on a hilltop over looking Islamabad. the stories are beautifully and excellently handcarved. it was truly amazing and definitely worth visiting. There's a lovely handmade traditional craft market on the way to...More

1  Thank Priscilla C
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Asadullah M
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Its a national Public Monument Museum, no facility for staying, however if you are coming from other country or any city of Pakistan, you can stay in any nearest hotel in Islamabad. The Hotel management can provide traveling... More
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