The Kangra Art Museum is an interesting exhibition hall showing antiquities from Tibetan and Buddhist societies. Initiated in 1990, the historical center has saved a fortune trove from Kangra valley's social past, specialties, expressions and other old relics including scaled down sketches, sanctuary carvings, textures and weaving, weapons, and palanquins having a place with neighborhood eminence.
It has an accumulation of uncommon ceramics, coin memorabilia, models and anthropological materials. It grandstands gems of different clans, weaved outfits and wooden carvings. A portion of the things showed in the historical center backpedal to fifth century. An area in the historical center is additionally devoted to contemporary craftsmen and picture takers.