Locally Lahore is organizing an event to visit all time famous Faqir Khana Museum privatly owned by Syed Faqir Family with one of the largest collection of years old artefacts. An opportunity for history, art and cultural enthusiasts to visit and experience the oldest privately owned Museum of sub-continent.
>>>LIMITED SEATS (25 seats), GET REGISTER AND CONFIRM YOUR SEAT NOW<<<
>>>Registration & Payments<<<
Individual: 800 PKR only per head
Its a paid event and per head price is 800 PKR only. which includes; Tea and Cold Drink with snacks inside Fakir Khana Museum and major contribution goes to museum as donation money.
Event Coordinators: Mohsin Azam (0321 4106 223) (042 3597 3976)
Bank Account Details for Payments:
Account Title: Locally Lahore
Account Number: 01030520311714139786
Bank: Summit Bank Main Boulevard
- Once you done with payment send SMS to Mr. Mohsin (0321 4106 223), please mention your name, number of people, and amount you deposited
- On-spot registrations not applicable
>>>Tentative Timings & Program<<<
Parking Place: outside Bhati Gate
Event Start Time: 9:00 AM morning on Sunday 7th May, 2017
Event End Time: 1:15 PM
Mohsin Azam (0321 4106223) (042 35973976)
>>>Transport & Commute<<<
>>> What you can experience there?<<<
- Centuries old collection of Syed Fakir Family
- To Know History of Lahore and Rule of Sikh
- Untold stories of Lahore
*Fakir Khana is the private museum of the Fakir Family of Lahore. It is one of the largest private museums in South Asia. Considered a hidden treasure of art: paintings, sculptures, manuscripts, Chinese porcelain, Persian carpets and countless masterpieces of Art, it is situated in Bhati Gate, an old section of the Walled City of Lahore, Punjab province of Pakistan.
The Museum gives the visitor interesting information on the culture and history of Punjab. The exhibits of the museum include gifts from Queen Victoria and Maharajah Ranjit Singh to Fakir Syed Azizuddin and Fakir Syed Nooruddin who were ministers in his court. The Museum is currently managed by members of the Fakir Family. It is closed to the general public and visitations are by appointment only.
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