The Archaeological Museum at Amaravati houses mainly Buddhist relics.
The antiquities found here include collections from Buddhist sites in
Andhra Pradesh which belong to the period between 3rd century BC to 12th
century AD. It contains panels, chakras and caskets containing relics,
broken railings and sculptures etc. The exhibits are arranged in different
galleries. Gallery I exhibits inscribed relief of Buddha from Gummadidurru,
Image of Buddha, Terracotta, Coins, Beads, Dome-slabs, Pillar fragments
and Miscellaneous Sculptures. Gallery II exhibits relics of 2nd century
BC, inscribed pillars, drum and dome slabs, stone-wheel from Lingarajapalli
and Buddha images form Alluru. The museum is open from 0900
to 1700 on all days except Fridays.