The Partition Museum is an open exhibition hall situated in the Town Hall in Amritsar, India. The exhibition hall intends to end up the focal storehouse of stories, materials, and archives identified with the post-segment revolts that took after the division of British India into two free nations: India and Pakistan. The parcel lines, drawn on a guide by the British legal advisor Cyril Radcliffe, partitioned the conditions of Punjab into West Punjab and East Punjab based on religion. Subsequently, a huge number of individuals wound up on the wrong side of the outskirt overnight. The legislature of Punjab established this historical center with The Arts and Cultural Heritage Trust of the United Kingdom as an approach to memorialize the individuals who were influenced by the segment.