Operational since 1959, Government Archaeological Museum of Dungarpur exhibits a collection of commodities excavated from Vagad region. Member of Dungarpur royal family, Maharawal Lakshman Singh and Dr. Nagendra Singh, gave their personal collection of charming sculptures, inscriptions, metal images and paintings to add to museum's collection. Later, the royal family of Dungarpur gifted their land to form the museum, which was properly constructed in 1989. Bifurcated in three galleries, the collection in the museum includes metal images; 197 sculptures of god and goddesses; coins; inscription and objects related to the tribal culture of the region that dates back to 6th century. Cultural symbols of Vagad area like musical instruments, marriage ritualistic items and various photographs from Baroda and Gaibsagar Lake and an excellent collection of articles belonging to Gupta dynasty from the 6th century are also exhibited in the museum.