Pakistan Army Museum

Rawalpindi, Punjab

Pakistan Army Museum

Pakistan Army Museum Rawalpindi is full of knowledge about army items, located in Iftikhar Janjua Road and next to Army Library (behind the Pearl Continental Hotel). It was established in 24 October 1961.

Pakistan Army Museum cover an area about 50,000 square feet, the museum collection include Paintings, Photographs, Sculptures, Dioramas, Rifles, Swords, Stone Age hand axes, a former Russian missile system rather oddly, an Australian harpoon, Sherman tanks and so many other interesting collection related with army.

Many students, families, Kids, tourist, whom interesting in army field surely visit here to collect the information about the Pakistan army field items.

Established Established in 24 October 1961


Location Rawalpindi, Punjab
City / Town Rawalpindi
State Punjab
Country Pakistan

Pakistan Army Museum, Iftikhar Janjua Road, Rawalpindi

Contacts +92 (51) 56132608 | +92 (51) 56131449
Geo Coordinates 33.5868857146344 °N,    73.0542862415314 °E
Official Website

Pakistan Army Museum Attractions

Pakistan Army Museum Rawalpindi Collections

  • Mughal Warrior
  • Subedar Khuda Dad Khan
  • Artillery Gun
  • Dagger
  • Tanks
  • Paintings
  • Photographs
  • Sculptures
  • Dioramas
  • Rifles
  • Swords
  • Stone Age Hand Axes

Travelor Instructions

Pakistan Army Museum Rawalpindi Visit Timings

Tuesday - Monday   09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Map Of Pakistan Army Museum

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