Salar Jung, a national museum of India, houses a huge collection of arts and artifacts from around the world. The Indian, Eastern, and Western Galleries feature over 30,000 exhibits, spanning the 2nd century BCE to the early 20th century CE. Spend time perusing the extensive library of over 60,000 books, journals, and manuscripts. The space also serves as a cultural center and research facility for scholars from all over the world. Note: From November 14–20, children and students are admitted free; from January 8–14, admission is 50% discounted for Museum Week.