Rani Jhansi Museum or also known as the Government Museum is an establishment which houses the stories and facts of the struggle and uprising of India against the British in the bygone era. The museum is a very popular destination for tourists when in Jhansi as it stores all the findings and displays for the public the local history of the region. Jhansi itself being a small town has a very significant and important part in the struggle and fight back of India and it earning back its freedom. Located inside the Jhansi Fort at Jhokan Bagh, the Rani Jhansi Museum is about and around the city within a km and can be reached via the Nagar Nigam Road in under 5 minutes.

Rani Jhansi Museum gives an insight of the history and heritage of Jhansi, it also throws light on the history and culture of the Bundelkhand region. Dedicated to Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi, this museum has an exclusive gallery on Rani Laxmi Bai and is a unique attraction. This section consists of lots of her armoury items and photographs, depicting her life since childhood. The Museum is also an important source to know about the life and times of the Chandela rulers. The Jhansi Museum houses weapons, statues, dresses and photographs that belong to the Chandela dynasty. The museum also houses a separate picture gallery that is dedicated to Gupta Kings. In fact, the picture gallery of the Gupta period is one of the highlights of this museum. There is a separate gallery for weapons, which has an impressive collection of weaponry and arsenals used by Chandela Kings, Bundela rulers and the British. Some of the weapons used by Rani Lakshmi Bai and other fighters during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 are also kept here. There are paintings of many historical events and personalities in past history of India.

The picture gallery dedicated to the Gupta period is one of the major attractions that brings the tourists to this place. One can also get a glimpse of the numerous terracotta, bronzes, manuscripts, paintings and coins. There are also collections of weaponry and arsenals used by Chandela, Bundles and British. There are weapons used by Jhansi ki Rani and others during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. Rani Jhansi Museum also houses and carefully treasures the remnants of those gory battles, bloodsheds and the patriotic fervor for India against the British Rule of a town called Jhansi.

Rani Jhansi Museum is a paradise for history lovers and patriots, the museum houses very important artifacts, weaponry and paintings which date back to the Gupta Rulers and the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. The picture gallery dedicated to Rani Laxmibai is another hard to let go attraction as it has all her findings right from her childhood till the age of her death while fighting for her Nation. The museum can be visited during timings 10:30 AM - 04:30 PM. The museum remains closed on Mondays.