Odisha Tourism

Konark Sun Temple Museum Timings, Entry Fee

Konark Museum Open & Closing Hours:

Sat, Sun, Mon,Tue,Wed, Thu 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Closed: Friday

Konark Museum Entry Fee:

For Indian Visitor: ₹ 10
For Foreign Visitor: ₹ 10

Rates subject to change without any notice.

About Konark Museum:

The Konark Museum started in 1968 and has been maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. The museum is located near the main temple heading north. The museum has four galleries displaying 260 fallen pieces and architectural sculptures that were found during the cleanup of the Konark temple complex. The Konark Museum is a treasure for historians and art lovers and is open to the public.

The first gallery of the museum contains 62 antiques, including the image of Surya in sandstone, the reconstructed wheel built by Khandolite, various incarnations of Lord Vishnu, etc. are one of the main attractions.

The second gallery presents 108 antiques, including the reconstructed temple wall, the drummer and the crocodile head in a gigantic nature.

The third gallery of this museum exhibits 45 objects such as celestial nymphs, the image of Surya Narayana, Gaja Vyala, the king and his troops, and various erotic figures.

The latest addition to the museum is the fourth gallery, which presents 45 artifacts including the roaring lion, the man tied by the elephant’s trunk, part of an image of Surya, erotic couples and dance performances of the king witness are some of the works of art presented in this gallery.

Konark Museum Terms & Conditions:

The e-ticket is not transferable.
Entry Fee is not refundable.
E-ticket cancellations are not permitted.
Visitor should be required to show their original photo identity proof at the entry.
Eatables are not allowed inside the monument.
Inflammable, Dangerous, Explosive articles are not allowed inside the Museum.

Konark Museum Address :

SH 13,
Odisha – 752111.