Having been established in 1976, the Rani Durgavati Museum is home to plenty of ancient sculptures, inscriptions, coins, photographs and much more. It even houses the collection from the 10th and 11th-century sculptures. The place is renowned for all these prehistoric sculptures, relics and more.
It is built as a double-storeyed building and has quite an eye-catching design that pops up in the visitor's memory for long after. It has four galleries on the first floor and more on the upper tier and also houses an auditorium on the ground floor. The four galleries of Rani Durgavati Museum are Shaiva gallery, Vaishnava gallery, Index gallery, Tribal art gallery, Inscription gallery and more. It also has an iconic pic of sixty-four Yoginis lined up in the passage gallery. It is said that there are overall 6163 antiquities preserved in the museum.