Mawshbuit Village, Happy Valley - 793007
When was the museum established?
Briefly describe the history of the museum, its collection and donors.
Set in a beautiful orchid garden, the Ever Living Museum is an ethnographic museum that houses objects of the Khasi, Jaintia, and Garo tribes. There is a separate gallery that shows different stones collected from all over Meghalaya along with a small collection of stone, wood, and fossils. The orchid garden has beautiful wild orchids, flowers, and fruits.
Information in Braille
Library and archives services
IT facilities ( Photocopying, printing, computer )
Conference/ Seminar hall
Who manages the museum?
Person-in-charge of the museum
What is the average duration to see the museum?
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Is the museum currently closed?
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Outer facade of the Ever Living Museum
In the handicrafts section, there are miniature baskets, fish traps and sieves, all made of bamboo,. The section also features miniature tree huts of the Garo tribe and bamboo huts of the Khasi tribe
The Ever Living Museum houses a special stone museum section
The museum also has a garden of wild orchids, wild flowers and wild fruits
Wooden benches to rest and soak in one's surroundings
Entry fee information
College students: ₹30
Film Shooting: ₹5000
Photography: Mobile: ₹20, DSLR: ₹50.
Summer (March to September): 11:00 am - 6:00 pm; Winter (October to February): 11:00 am - 5:00 pm; closed on Good Friday, Easter, and Christmas