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Archaeological Museum and Portrait Gallery Old Goa

Archaeological and Portrait Gallery Museum was established in 1964 and currently it run by Archaeological Survey of India department. It is situated in St. Francis of Assisi church on convent section, old Goa city. This museum has total eight galleries to display to tourist which are related to Goa Portuguese ruler period, early period and medieval period. Generally this museum has sculptures, weapons of the Portuguese rule period, stamps, coins and statue of the epic poet. Church of St. Francis of Assisi was built in 1661 by Portuguese ruler it is a Roman Catholic style church which also has two statures st. paul and St peter.

How reach:- Old Goa city was previous capital of the Portuguese rule period. This city is approx only 11 kilometers far from Goa state current capital city Panaji. Its nearest local railway station is karmali which is only 4.6 kilometers far. It is also well connected to Goa international airport which distance is 25 kilometers. Its distance from Margaon city is 33 kilometers.

Visit Information:-

Location:: Old Goa City

Nearest Bus Stop: Old Goa

Nearest Railway Station: Karmali

Open: Saturday to Thursay (Friday Closed)


Phone: +91- 0832-2285302

Timing: 10.0 AM to 5.0 PM

Entry Fee: Rs. 5 (Children free upto 15 years)

Distance From:-

Dabolim Airport: 25.9 KM

Panjim City: 11.0 KM

Madgaon City: 32.2 KM