The Patna Museum is a nice place to visit for the art lovers in the city of Patna. The museum remains open on all days except Mondays and the ticket charges are quite cheap. The museum is located in Buddha Marg and is inspired by Mughal and Rajput exteriors. The museum contains a magnificent collection of stone sculptures from the various pages of history from Mauryan and Gupta Periods. The museum hosts the larger than life statue of Yakshini. There is a gallery inside the museum that contains the motley collection of stuffed animals that appeal to the kids.
If you explore the gallery further you will find the Tibetan paintings on cloth that were made in the 17th century. They were inspired by Indian frescoes. If you are willing to pay extra five hundred bucks, you can see a locked gallery which supposedly contains a relic of Buddha along with Stupa that is believed to contain Buddha’s ashes which were retrieved from Vaishali. This place can be visited at all days of weeks except Monday at 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM. The entry fee for Rs.10 per person for Indians Rs. 250 per person for Foreigners.