Contained historical facts about the formation of Pakistan Documentaries and books showing Jinnah and the Mahatma Ghandi
A relatively new but eye catching building visible from most areas in Islamabad! The road to the building is equally beautiful leading upto the hilltop where the structure stands. The downside is, its not worth more than an hour's visit. You may spend two hours at the most including to-and-fro.
Can be improved provided the rich history of country but nevertheless worth a visit. Student ticket available. Good thing is that photography is allowed inside. 6 out 10.
Nice place specially meuseum.The Monument is located at a convenient place. Although there is no access via public transport it is very easy to find a taxi to reach this place. I would recommend visiting this place at night time or in the evening.
i visited the pakistan monument with my family. its a great place where you can learn about the culture and history of pakistan. the monument is very beautiful and amazing, and its design was great piece of architecture. you can see the almost whole islamabad from up there. i recommend for all people to visit to pakistan monument.
The Monument is located at a convenient place. Although there is no access via public transport it is very easy to find a taxi to reach this place. I would recommend visiting this place at night time when it lights up. The best part is the Pakistan history museum located here which gives an awesome overview of the historical aspects... More
It's very near to Shakar Parian and Rose and Jasmine garden. View of Islamabad, Faisal Masjid, Margalla Hills and Centaur is awesome. Always full of visitors. The museum adds more value to it and displays historic stuff about Pakistan and it's founders.
I went to Pakistan Monument Museum with my family and truly speaking, it is among the best places in Islamabad. With excellent scenic beauty of Islamabad city, the beautiful air around, and the museum showing the national heritage and culture, this place attracts many. it contains the history of Muslims in the sub-continent starting from the time British came to... More
Another very nice attraction in Islamabad. The monument itself is a huge and beautiful structure even more impressive at night. The separate museum directly adjacent to it (on the left as you enter the site) is well worth a visit, allow a min of 30-45 mins for it as there's a lot to read and take in regarding Pakistan's creation... More
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