The museum also has a collection of local musical instruments like sitar, drum, rubab, and tambourine. It would be icing on the cake if you happen to visit the museum on polo match days.
Particularly when the Shandur polo festival is being held.
The museum presents the ethnological collection of the region.
The items on display are the musical instruments, household utensils, traditional handmade dresses, statues.
Local embroidery especially the Chitrali cap ( Kaphol), embroidered waistcoats and shirts, purses and bed covers are also displayed in the museum.
The museum also shows cases the hunting objects like guns, pistol, gunpowder, and swords.
However, the flights to Chitral often get canceled because of bad weather.
BY ROADBus The most economical options are the flying coaches and coasters and the fare is around Rs. The route passes through Dir and crosses Lawari Pass.
The journey involves mesmerizing views by sight and turns that might give you a dose of an adrenaline rush. The crossing time is from AM to PM (3 hours) and PM to AM (9 hours) daily.
You might need to take a sweater and/or a jacket with you if you are planning to visit in spring (April to May). The pleasant weather is not the only reason to attract tourists during summer. BY AIRChitral airport is connected only to Islamabad and Peshawar.
Summers (June – September) in Chitral are generally pleasant. The most convenient way to get there is to take a flight from either of these cities.