Admission is free to the Bangabandhu Military Museum for the following visitors:
We do not sell concession tickets.
The sale of tickets for admission to the museum is considered a sale of leisure services and confers no right to a refund. Tickets cannot be refunded or resold. However, in the event of cancellation or modification of the relevant service by the Bangabandhu Military Museum , or an error in processing the order by the museum, you will be entitled to a refund.
Only online purchase using Debit or Credit Cards, Mobile Banking (bkash/nagad/rocket etc) and Internet Banking can be used as payment methods for museum tickets. For institutional visit payments please contact the museum office.
Prams are indeed allowed in the museum. The model you have must not be too large to be allowed in the museum lifts. Only baby carriers worn on the front of the body, not on the back, are allowed.
You can take photos only but no videos inside the galleries of the museum.
You cannot bring large bags or suitcases to the museum but lockers are available free of charge for smaller items. All items left in the lockers must be collected the same day. The museum shall not be held responsible for any items of value placed in the lockers.
Due to renovation of some exhibition areas, some parts of the museum may have limited access for some time. But mostly in all open days, the galleries remain open for the visitors.
The Bangabandhu Military Museum is huge, with over 6 levels with artifacts! It’s impossible to see everything in less than 3 hours.
If you wish to visit the museum from your institute (educational / official) a reservation must be made in advance. We recommend making the booking as soon as possible but minimum 07 working days is mandatory for booking of institutional visit. Visit the ‘Intuitional Visit’ page for details about school / official group visitors.
Groups may comprise 100 people maximum.
Chairs are available throughout the museum if you need to take a break during the visit. You cannot eat or drink in the exhibition rooms. For lunch, you can visit one of the restaurants available outside the museum galleries.