Fakir Khana Museum

The museum itself is in a small house in the inner city. The Fakirs were an important family during the Sikh rule of Punjab in the 1700s. Fakir was an ascetic and his sons took over in his role as an important member and minister in the court of the Sikh ruler Ranjit Singh. This small museum showcases the history of Lahore and contains important pieces such as relics from the Prophet Muhammad’s (P.B.U.H) time as well as swords, jewels and coins dating back to the Sikh era and the Mughal rule of the city.


Timings: Mon- Sat 9 A.M- 4 P.M
Admission: Free
Address: Bhatti Gate side, inner city
 

More Places-To-Visit in Lahore
Alhamra Arts Council
Badshahi Mosque
Chughtai Museum Trust Art Gallery
Fakir Khana Museum
Hiran Minaar
Jehangir’s Tomb