Time schedule of all places of interest in Dhaka

Time schedule of all places of interest in Dhaka

Time schedule of all places of interest in Dhaka

We all like to travel more or less. For your convenience, the time schedule of all the places of interest in Dhaka is given. I hope you find it useful.

Mirpur Zoo

The largest zoo in Bangladesh is located in the Mirpur area of ​​Dhaka. Not just in terms of size or volume. There is a botanical garden next to various rare species of animals. It is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. You have to enter the Botanical Garden with the entrance fee. Weekly closed বার Sunday (but open if there is any other public holiday)


Children’s Park:

The children’s park at Shahbag in Dhaka is one of the other children’s parks in Bangladesh. It is open daily from 2pm to 6pm. Closed on Sundays. Note that Thursdays are only open to shredded children. You can enter this children’s park with a small entrance fee. You have to pay different amounts to get up in different machines of this children’s park. But not too much.

Science Museum:

The Science Museum is made up of various thematic elements of knowledge and science in the Agargaon area of ​​Dhaka. Open to all almost every day of the week from 9 am to 5 pm. Only open on Fridays from 3pm to 5pm. Thursday is the weekly closing day of the Science Museum.

Bulldha Garden:

Surrounded by tall buildings, the Buldha Garden is located in Wari, Old Dhaka. Open every day of the week. Hours are 8am to 11pm and 2pm to 5pm. To enter this garden one has to provide little access.

Liberation War Museum: Segunbagicha

The Liberation War Museum is located in the teak garden of Dhaka. Weekly closed on Sundays. It is also open on other days of the week from 10 am to 6 pm. Open Fridays from 3 to 6 p.m. You have to enter the museum with a small entrance fee.

Ramna Park:

Citizens of Dhaka city want to go somewhere in the hope of a little peace from the noise. Then go to Ramna Park in Dhaka. The park is open from morning to evening. The park is located in front of the Children’s Park a little further from the Dhaka Shahbagh junction. It does not require any money to enter.


Suhrawardy Udyan:

The historic ground is now known as Suhrawardy Udyan. This park has importance and historical background. At one time it was famous as a racecourse. Now there is a green courtyard full of green trees surrounded by shady trees.

Shyamoli Shishumela:

It is located in Shyamoli, Dhaka. Children’s Park run by a private company. Open daily from 3am to 8pm. There are no weekly closures.

Military Museum:

It is located in Mirpur. It is open from 10-30 am to 4 pm.
Thursday and Friday: Thursday and Friday

Ahsan Manzil:

Ahsan Manzil is a historical building located on the banks of the Buriganga. It is associated with the memory of history. The importance of Ahsan Manzil Museum as the bearer and carrier of ancient civilization is immense. Ahsan Manzil was once the residence of the British Indian Nawabs of Dhaka.

The building is an architectural sight. Its architectural technique attracts the heart of any human being. The first and second floors of the museum depict the traditional way of life of the Nawabs. The museum is divided into 2 galleries in total and various topics are presented.

Weekly closing: Thursday
Friday: 3.00pm to 7.00pm.
Saturday – Wednesday: 9.00 am to 4.30 pm.

Bangladesh National Museum:

The National Museum is one of the places of interest in the capital city of Dhaka. This state-of-the-art museum is located in Shahbag, the heart of Dhaka. Opposite the PG Hospital and next to the National Library, this museum is built in a beautiful environment with modern art and design and has won the hearts of countless people. Surrounded by clean and green gardens, the courtyard easily attracts the hearts of the visitors.

Once you look at this museum, you can get a rough idea about Bangladesh. The National Museum Gallery is usually open from 12:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday through Wednesday, and from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Friday, except on weekends.

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