Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures

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  • Address: Mawlai, Shillong, Meghalaya 793008, India
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +91-3642550260
  • Ticket Price: 150 INR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Exhibition

Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures - Review

If you are one of those, who gets thrilled about history and culture of a place, Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures museum is a major tourist spot, providing glimpse of the rich and multi-cultural lifestyles of the indigenous people of North East India. If you want to discover some specific, distinct areas of operation including exhibitions, research and study and culture related publications as well as knowledge sharing and other activities, this museum is a must visit. Experience north east India under one roof, by exploring different cultures, habitats, occupations, history, language, religion, trade, technology, weapons and music etc. through the medium of different galleries, cultural artefacts, paintings that depicts various dimensions of the culture and life of North East. Last but not the least, if you want to get a 360 degree view of Shillong, don’t forget to get onto the roof top.

Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures Ticket Prices

  • The ticket for Indian tourists is INR 50.
  • Students have concession in the entry fee.

How To reach Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures by Public Transport

  • You can go by bus or taxi.
  • Buses to stop : Sacred Heart Bus Stop

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  • Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures Address: Mawlai, Shillong, Meghalaya 793008, India
  • Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures Contact Number: +91-3642550260
  • Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures Price: 150 INR
  • Best time to visit Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures(preferred time): 11:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Shillong include Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures in their plan

  • 61.17% of people start their Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

94.73% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures

People normally club together Butterfly Museum and Bishop And Beadon Falls while planning their visit to Don Bosco Centre For Indigenous Cultures.

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  • Time pass This an amazing museum showcasing the diversity and beauty of North East India. This museum has everything from the clothes worn by the indigenous people to tgeir weapons used for hunting and protecting the clan. The design of the building is unique in itself as it might look small from the outside where as its actually a seven floor tall building. It also has clean restrooms and cafeteria. The roof is also accessible and gives the viewers an amazing view of Shillong with directions to important places and monuments in the city. The guides are also very helpful and professional and are fluent in English. This is a must visit.

  • This an amazing museum showcasing the diversity and beauty of North East India. This museum has everything from the clothes worn by the indigenous people to tgeir weapons used for hunting and protecting the clan. The design of the building is unique in itself as it might look small from the outside where as its actually a seven floor tall building. It also has clean restrooms and cafeteria. The roof is also accessible and gives the viewers an amazing view of Shillong with directions to important places and monuments in the city. The guides are also very helpful and professional and are fluent in English. This is a must visit.

  • One of the best museums in India in terms of relevance to local cultures and in its exhibit design. I appreciate the pain staking study and research that went into the making of this beautiful museum which will definitely be a catalyst in understanding the traditions of the seven sister North Eastern states. I now in admiration for the dedication and will to come up with a private museum of international standards that will stand out even above our National Museums. All credits to the Salesian congregation and to the staff who maintain the premises in its prime glory

  • That place literally was a knowledge place Consisting from historic access of north India till date u could find every bit of tiny details out there .. It's culture,language,religion and the interesting thing is it has got seven floors of which u have to go one by one by yourself and then explore Historic lovers gonna love this place.. Photography inside is allowed but u have to pay extra charges for it so alert!! for budget planners 😄 .. Well u don't need any photograph when u are exploring the whole era of our generally forbidden seven sisters. Well one thing u also get to see the whole nature if India's mystic god indra allows you to do so 😂😂 in short if it doesn't shower.

  • The place is awesome. The entry fee is Rs 50 for students and Rs 100 for other people. The interior is beautifully decorated. There were perhaps 7 floors and each floor had different rooms describing the different tribes of North East. Each room had automatic sensor lights and a computer. The view of the city is great from the balcony.

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