Location: State Museum of Tribal and Folk Art is located within the Chandela Cultural Complex in the city of Khajuraho.
Description: Historically important place, the State Museum houses an exquisite collection of artifacts and masterpieces that belong to the tribal people. On display are various items that exhibit the Indian tradition and culture. With a collection of more than 500 items of metal crafts, tribal paintings, jewelry, woodcraft and terracotta, this museum boasts of its rich background. This place attracts the attention of the historians as well as of travelers who are interested in knowing more about a region’s history. The items that have been displayed in the museum are collected over a long period of time, which extends from the historic era to the modern era. Giving an insight of the lives of the tribal people, this museum is worth a visit.
Activities: Opened to the public all around the year, the State Museum of Tribal and Folk Art is thronged by a large number of tourists. People who have interest in tribal culture, traditions and art forms can visit this place to know more about them. Travelers can also visit other important attractions that have made the city of Khajuraho famous to make their experience a lot more interesting and enriching.