On display for the first time are seven designed maps that trace Hyderabad’s journey from the 13th century to the present times along with a touch screen kiosk that reveals history of 50 of the city’s mohallahs
Hyderabad's history might have begun during the reign of the Katatiya rulers & the Bahamani period but the state thoroughly took rapid strides in its growth & development under the Qutub Shahs & the Asaf Jahs.
Early archaeological evidence such as the Neolithic pots, European style Terracotta figurines, Roman coins & coins of the Satavahana period confirm the evidence of habitations dating much earlier than the foundation of the Hyderabad city in 1591
HEH the Nizam's Jubilee Pavilion Trust is establishing a “City Museum” focusing on the historical development of the city of Hyderabad from times beyond its inception to the present day.
The City Museum, was inaugurated on the 11th of March, 2012 by Mr. Muffakham Jah, Chairman of HEH the Nizam’s Jubilee Pavilion Trust at the Public Gardens, Hyderabad in the presence of the Guest of Honor, Shri Madan Bhimarao Lokur the Hon. Chief Justice, High Court of Andhra Pradesh.
From the Satvahana kings to the Bahamani era, the Qutub Shahis to the Asaf Jah dynasty! Coins from several dynasties are displayed at the HEH The Nizam's Museum.
Golconda Diamonds are considered as one of the finest diamonds amongst the world. The museum showcases many of these one of a kind & intricate diamonds due to the efforts of Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan.