Government Museum talks significantly of South India. Set appropriate over the British-fabricated Pantheon Complex, a visit to the Government Museum is one of the best activities in Tamil Nadu. The historical center began in the year 1851, which makes it the second most established gallery of India. The exhibition hall has six structures which house 46 displays.
The whole historical center has been isolated into 6 segments: Main Building, Front Building, Bronze Gallery, Children's Museum, National Art Gallery and Contemporary Art Gallery. The fundamental building has Archeology, Zoology, Botany, Geology and Numismatics displays. Human sciences and Archeology exhibitions are set in the Front Building. The National Art Gallery constitutes Decorative Art Gallery, Indian Traditional Art Gallery, Tanjore Painting Gallery and Ravi Varma Painting Gallery.
The most famous exhibition, Bronze display comprises of Archeology, Numismatics, and Chemical Conservation exhibitions. Youngsters' Museum has Dolls Gallery, Civilization Gallery, Science Gallery, Transportation Gallery, Technology Gallery and Kids Corner. Contemporary Art Gallery comprises of Handicrafts of Tamil Nadu, Raja Ravi Varma Gallery, British Portraits Gallery, Modern Art Gallery, the Rock and Cave Art Gallery and the Holographic Gallery.