This museum was started in the first decade of the 20th century. Paintings present here are from the collection of Raja Bhuri and this is the reason for naming this museum after his name. The carvings written in Sarda language that are present in the museum throw light on the history of Chamba in the medieval times. The kings ruling Chamba had great love for arts; this thing is clear from the paintings displayed in the museum. Visitors are fascinated on seeing the paintings that depict the various mythological events. The other attraction of this museum is the rumals that have special embroidery done on them. Museum has many items of interest like currency, outfits, musical instruments, and so on. This museum remains open for the common people throughout the year, except for Mondays and public holidays.