Harappa Museum is an archaeological museum located in Sahiwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. The site museum established in 1926 to preserve the ancient civilization of Harappa. In 1966, Government of Pakistan constructed a building and moved the museum there.
The museum is basically a treasure trove of Harappan culture. Where rare items from the area’s excavations, including clothing, utensils, structures, jewellery and tools, are on display. But apart from that, antiquities brought from Mehrgarh and Kot Diji are also on display here.
Here are different types of pottery and copper utensils. Also outside the museum you can see many ruins and ancient buildings.