Indore Museum, also referred to as Central Museum, is a museum situated in Indore in Madhya Pradesh. The artefacts exhibited in the museum range from the prehistoric to the modern era. It is situated in city limits, at a distance of about 4 Km from city centre.

There are two galleries in the Museum. The galleries introduce the visitor to the heritage of city. There are several old coins from the holkar regime and pre-independence era. The highlight of the museum are the stone sculptures of various Hindu deities. The Central Museum of Indore displays some of the rare and elegant collection that deserves the status of being maintained, for the generations to see and learn from them. The notable things that are on display at the museum are the Parmer Scriptures, coins, armours and artifices.

The history of the Central Museum at Indore dates back to the time of the Holka Dynasty when the Kings of the Holka Dynasty were persuaded to submit to the British, and so, a large part of the kingdom needed to be surrendered. This included their capital also, the present Cantonment. The armors of the Holkas, their arms and ammunitions have been kept with concern at the Museum in Indore.So, the Central Museum at Indore has all the attractions that would make a classic collection, of choicest materials.

It will be opened all days of the week exept on Mondays during the timings 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM. It's a must-visit for the history buffs. The Indore Museum is a great place to spend the evening.