Lloyd Barrage Museum

Lloyd Barrage Road, Sukkur

Lloyd Barrage Museum

Lloyd Barrage Museum Sukkur is a historical and very informative Museum, located at Lloyd Barrage Road, Sindh, Pakistan. This place has history oriented, thats why, every second visitors come to visit and get the knowledge about lloyd barrage museum.

Similarly, Sukkur has many explore spots, such as Lansdowne Bridge, Sukkur Barrage, Ghanta Ghar, Sadhu Belo, Tomb of Seven Sisters, Masoom Shah Jo Minaro, Arore, Lab-e-Mehran, Muhammad Bin Qasim Park, Bukkur Island, Adam Shah's Tomb and plenty of other historical informative spots can be seen throughout the trip of Sukkur.

Moreover, Lloyd Barrage Museum Sukkur has aim to represent the information about making the Museum behind the efforts among visitors in a very professional way such as
Crush Stone, Portland Cement, Gravel, models of its Arches, Stone, Gates, Piers, and also can see photos of Sir George Ambrose Lloyd, Sir Arnold Albert Musto and gradually present step by step knowledge about Lloyd Barrage making and its canals in a very conventional way.

For the visitor's info, the Lloyd Barrage Museum visit timings are 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM.



NearBy Landmark Lab-e-Mehran Park
Highway Code N65
Location Lloyd Barrage Road, Sukkur
City / Town Sukkur
State Sindh
Country Pakistan

Lloyd Barrage Museum, Lloyd Barrage Road, Sukkur

Geo Coordinates 27.673284 °N,    68.8471155 °E

Lloyd Barrage Museum Attractions

Lloyd Barrage Museum Sukkur Around Attractive Spots

  • Lansdowne Bridge
  • Sukkur Barrage
  • Ghanta Ghar
  • Sadhu Belo
  • Tomb of Seven Sisters
  • Masoom Shah Jo Minaro
  • Arore
  • Lab-e-Mehran
  • Muhammad Bin Qasim Park
  • Bukkur Island
  • Adam Shah's Tomb

Travelor Instructions

Lloyd Barrage Museum Sukkur Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM

Lloyd Barrage Museum Map


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