Enjoy the tour of Government Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh with AUDIO GUIDE.
Winter Timings: 6:30PM To 7:15PM
Summer Timings: 7:30PM To 8:15PM
Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday except on gazetted holidays. Entry is free.
The museum has two shops for the sale of its various publications and models in its two wings namely, Government Museum and Art Gallery and Natural History Museum . The Museum has brought out general publications in the form of a handy guide, hand lists, monographs and books, sets of picture postcards and reproductions of the masterpieces of the Museum collection. These include the following major ones:
Note : The prices do not include the postage and packing charges.
This is a library, which is primarily meant for the use of staff of the Museum. Scholars, students, artists and art lovers may become a member only with the permission of the Director and by paying a refundable security amount. Books are loaned only to the staff of the Museum for a limited period only. Photostating facility for scholars is also available in the library.
Still photography is permitted for private, non-commercial use only in the Museum's galleries devoted to the permanent collection. Photographs cannot be published, sold, reproduced, transferred and distributed without the prior permission from the Director.
To reproduce a photograph of the Museum collection, Rs. 500 has to be deposited as royalty/fee of one reproduction. The permission shall be valid for one year only.
It is necessary that two complimentary copies of the publication bearing the reproductions of the objects of this Museum and containing a courtesy citation should be sent to the Museum for its record. The credit line shall read "Courtesy: Government Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh. ( India )"
The use of tripods and flash is prohibited. Movie and video cameras are prohibited. The Museum reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to withhold and/or withdraw permission to photograph on its premises or to reproduce photographs of objects in its collection.
Sketching with pencil, felt tip, ballpoint, crayon, pastel and charcoal is permitted in all galleries of the Museum devoted to the permanent collection and in most special exhibitions. The use of ink, fountain pen, and watercolour is prohibited. While sketching, care should be taken not to hinder the normal flow of visitors in the galleries. To copy works in the Museum's collection with acrylic or oil paint, written permission of the Director is required.
Auditoriums is available for rent as per charges given below :
Hall is available for rent as per charges given below :