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This museum is located in the middle of a national park and is best accessed by car. Tickets (cash only) for foreign students was Rs. 250 ($1.89 or £1.47), whereas Pakistani students were charged Rs. 10 ($0.08 or 6p). Normal foreign visitors are charged Rs....More
Lok Virsa islamabad is a place surrounded by lush green dense forest where the cultures of Pakistan meet the style. In november every year there is a mela in which artists are gathered here from all the four provinces, kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan.
If you are visiting Islamabad, visiting Lok Virsa Museum shall be a good experience. You will see cultural dresses, models of old houses, professions of old time and much more related to provinces of Pakistan. There you will also find sections of Central Asian States...More
As a foreigner I thought this was an excellent way to learn about the origins of Pakistani and other central Asian cultures. The collection of artefacts is impressive and gives a real sense of the artistic talents with which this country holds.
If want to get a flavour of entire Pakistan's culture, visit Lok Virsa Museum (LVM) in Islamabad. And you will be enthralled to see the rich and diverse civilizations and their vibrant cultures. It depicts stories of ppl belonging to dif areas and culture and...More
This museum is certainly worth a visit. It offers an extensive overview of the cultural diversity of Pakistan and all the arts and crafts. If you have time to visit only one museum, this should be the one.
There is a very nominal entrance fee, and it was good to note that the entry fee for foreigners is much higher (still peanuts if you convert it into dollars!). The museum is surprisingly well laid out and well-maintained, so that it’s easy to go...More