Positioned on the Shamla Hills, the Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is an open –air exposition of tribal houses. The museum later came to be known as the Museum of Mankind and is the only complex in the world to have a vibrant anthology of the pre-historic times, decorated with stone shelters.
The Sangrahalaya exhibits an authentic abode of various tribal cultures that persist across different parts of the country. Along with this, the main attraction of this museum is the structural designs and creative features embedded on its interiors. One can say it is a complete imitation of the tribal habitat of India.
For tourists, the surroundings have been designed in such a way that it matches the soothing outside beauty of the tribal villages. Besides, it is one amongst the many primitive sites in India, and an anthropological Museum which is perfect for those who love to explore and study the ancient tribal life. It is open on all days from 10am to 6pm, except all government holidays and Mondays.