Regional Museum of Natural History is a branch of the National Museum of Natural History in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh and is one of the most visited museums. A perfect place to spend time with your kids, this place will offer insight into the natural components of the region and every other aspect related to nature.
Timing: 10 am to 6 pm (Monday closed)
Location: Shahpura Road, E-5, Arera Colony, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh .
Entry Fees: Rs.50 per person .
Located 8km from Bhopal Junction, the Regional Museum of Natural History is one of the popular museums and an attractive tourist spot in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Inaugurated on 29th September 1997 by the then Minister of Environment and Forests of India, Saifuddin Soz, the museum is a part of National Museum of Natural History in New Delhi. The museum is dedicated to display the general facets of natural history like the flora, fauna, and the ecosystem of the region, and to promote the conservation and environment awareness through various exhibits and recreational activities.
The museum gives an excellent opportunity to the visitors to enlighten themselves about the biodiversity of the region explaining how the components of nature are interconnected. The museum also throws light on the vegetation and the rivers in Madhya Pradesh along with the protection and association of human and the environment. The galleries of the museum showcase exhibition displaying various transcripts, translations, and the audio-visuals. Dioramas and models are displayed in the order of selected subjects along with a bio-computer and a research room for students and children to explore and gain insight in a fun and innovative way. Recently, a “Skeleton Gallery’’ was also added to the museum which has a Rajasauras skull in it. The museum also has a temporary display along with the permanent ones to exhibit various displays on different subjects frequently.