Comfortably seated next to Vellore Fort, Archaeological Museum in Vellore is a treasury for all the art and culture buffs seeking a chance to enhance their learning about historical art and culture. For tourists, the museum houses a rare and incredible assortment of ancient sculptures and artefacts, starting from the Cholas and Pallavas epoch. These effigies and arts from the 8th century give you chance to explore the rich historical past of the beautiful city of Vellore. If you’re a die-hard fan of art, this must-visit museum in Vellore surely has a lot than your expectations to offer you. Be it the stone carving, wood carvings, bronzes, coins, paintings, potteries, and more artefacts, the attractions displayed at the museum not just provide a sightseeing option but, also elaborate the history of the city to kids as well as adults. All the sculptures and relics exhibits at the museum are well-supported by the artefacts from 1806 Vellore Mutiny, the first large-scale anti-British revolt by Indian troops, making the Archaeological museum a great historical place for tourists in Vellore to explore.
Saturday to Thursday (Friday Closed): 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
- 1806 Vellore Mutiny