Maharajadhiraj Laxmishwar Singh Museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the district Darbhanga, Bihar. It is located on the eastern bank of Mansarovar lake on the station road. THe museum is nearby to Darbhanga Jn. railway station by the distance of 300 metres.

Maharajadhiraj Laxmishwar Singh Museum was established in the year 1977 on September 16. For this museum, Prince Subheshwar Singh gifted rare artefacts, valuable objects and other invaluable items too. Sri Ramashankar Tiwar, who was District Magistrate of Darbhanga also contributed a lot in the establishment of this museum. Maharajadhiraj Laxmishwar museum gives glimpses of Raj Darbhanga, the royal clan. It is divided into eight halls depending upon the different objects. The objects that you would find inside this place comprises of things made up of ivory, wood, marble made statues. In the first hall named as Raj Sinhasan Kaksh, visitors get to see the royal throne of Maharaja Rameshwar Singh, which is made up of components like gold, silver, wood and stones. In the second hall of metallic artefacts, the globe made up of copper is the main attraction of this museum alongwith the circular shield. In other sections, there are objects like costume, furniture, statues, weapons etc.

Tourists can ideally spend an hour or two at the place. The entry to this museum is absolutely free. It is open on six days of the week whil remain closed on Mondays. The Maharajadhiraj Laxmishwar Singh Museum can be visited during timings 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM.