Lyallpur Museum

Lyallpur Museum Faisalabad
Urdu: عجائب گھر فيصل آباد
Established July 30, 2011
Location Opposite Zila Council, University Road, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
Coordinates 31°25′18″N 73°05′01″E / 31.421772°N 73.083525°E / 31.421772; 73.083525
Type A Regional History Museum of Sandalbar, showing history, heritage and culture.
Visitors 12,000
Director Tariq Javaid
President Commissioner, Faisalabad
Website Official website

Lyallpur Museum is a heritage museum in Faisalabad, Pakistan ( the old and original name for the city of Faisalabad is Lyallpur). It has 10 galleries which show the ancient and modern history and culture of Lyallpur/Faisalabad. It was established in 2011 by the Chief Minister Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Sharif, following a proposal from Dr M Aamer Sarfraz (consultant and DME). The foundation committee consisted of Dr Aamer Sarfraz (chairman), Dr Touqeer Shah (Secretary to CM), Haseeb Athar (Secretary Education) and Saeed Wahlah (DCO)[1] It has a Board of Governors now headed by the Commissioner, Faisalabad Division.[2]


See also


  1. "DCO set up body to collect artefacts". The Nation newspaper. 13 Aug 2015. Retrieved 17 May 2016.
  2., Lyallpur Museum Board of Governors constituted, The Business Recorder newspaper, Published 30 July 2011, Retrieved 17 May 2016

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