Folk-Art and Crafts Museum
The Bangladesh Folk Arts and Crafts Foundation is a government foundation responsible for maintaining and organizing arts and crafts training programs and setting up a museum of folk art in Bangladesh, located in Sonargaon, Narayanganj, Bangladesh.
The Folk and Crafts Museum is located in the area of Sonargaon, the Folk and Craft capital of Bangladesh. Here, the handicrafts of underprivileged and uneducated artists of the neglected villages of Bangladesh have been found here. In these works, an optimal exposure of the traditional folk art of ancient Bengal burst forth.
Every Baishakh month, the folk art fair is organized here. The traditional festivals of folk songs such as folk songs, jatrapalas, poets, etc. were also served in mela. Folk folk artists and craftsmen came from remote areas of the fair. Various handmade items including clay, sola, bamboo, cane, cloth are sold at the fair. Also in front of the museum there are fishing boats on the lake and boat tickets for the winter season. There is a canteen for visitors to eat.
Entry fee: TK 20 per person. The museum is closed every Wednesday and Thursday.
You have to get home from Gulistan. The name will be Morgapara Chowrasta, with a possible rent of Rs. It may take 1 hour Friday other than 2 to two and a half hours to get out. You will see the auto stand down. Shares will go to the museum for ten bucks per person. Besides, the museum can also be accessed through the streets of Chaity Garments. Or take the bus from Gulistan to Chittagong Road by bus. From there you can go to CNG, a maximum rent of Rs 120. You can go on the bus again. On the bus, you have to get down to Panam Nagar bus stand. From there there is the Sonarga Museum in Rickshaw. On the way to the Meghna river- Bangladesh Lok and Karu Industrial Museum, Sonargaon, with the addition of Rickshaw / CNG, through the market launch of Vidya market in Sonargaon upazila.