The Kangla Museum, Kangla Fort
Are there any docents or guides who visitors can directly call to book for a guided tour?
When was the museum established?
Briefly describe the history of the museum, its collection and donors.
The Kangla Museum in the old Victorian Building in Manipur serves as a space highlighting the culture, myths and legends of Kangla. It also serves as a bridge between cultures, especially when it comes to people from outside Manipur.
The museum has two galleries. The first one houses portraits of rulers of Manipur, model of Kangla Fort, maps of the state during various periods, etc. The second gallery is made up of archaeological findings from Kangla.
Information in Braille
Library and archives services
IT facilities ( Photocopying, printing, computer )
Conference/ Seminar hall
Who manages the museum?
Person-in-charge of the museum
Smt Longjan Lilicha
Additional information ( if any)
Entry fee for the museum fort:
₹10 for adults
₹5 for Children
₹50 for Foreigners
What is the average duration to see the museum?
less than 1 hour
Map your museum’s correct location on the map given below.
Is the museum currently closed?
Image for museum exterior/building
Tableau of the museum
Gallery view inside the Kangla Museum
Sword and shield from Khongjom war
Thon Taret Tholangmei
Artefacts donated by Sukham Tombi
Description of the Image
A display of Kangla Sha, the protective dragons at the entrance of the palace. It is also known as Mythical Guardian Dragon.
Miniature model of Kangla Sha
A display at the museum inside Kangla
A display of the earthen pots
Information board at the entrance of the museum
Fly to Imphal and then take the road; buses are easily available
The museum opens at 10:30 am in the months from November to March