Nagarjunakonda Museum is arranged in the island of Nagarjunakonda that is arranged amidst the man-made Nagarjunasagar Lake. It is a Buddhist Museum that is known to have a wide accumulation of Buddhist structures and relics, which were exhumed amid the development of the dam. The gathering goes back to the third century and can be come to by pontoon from Nagarjunasagar or Vijayapuri. This pontoon benefit is principally keep running by Andhra Pradesh Tourism Department. Aside from this administration, the historical center can likewise be come to by street from the airplane terminal at Hyderabad. In this historical center, guests can likewise discover Buddhist collectibles, a stone picture of Buddha, old engravings, boards cut with Jataka stories et cetera. Voyagers can likewise observe cultivators, lances and mallets going back to the Stone Age in the exhibition hall. Data in the exhibition hall is fundamentally composed in Hindi, Telugu and English for the advantage of the voyagers.