Earlier the museums were considered as the store-houses of curiosities, lately, the importance of a museum has been realized in the Rampur Raza Library as the repository of nation's valuable treasuries. The Library intends to open a museum in the Darbar Hall of Hamid Manzil Palace. It's as an impressive place of art, education, research and archaeology for the visitors and research scholars. In the Darbar hall few originals and blow-ups of rare manuscripts, miniature paintings, specimens of Islamic calligraphy and other art objects have been put for the viewing of the visitors.
The majority of the visitors come and inspect these items. It opened for the benefit of connoisseurs of art and culture on all the days of the week except the holidays. The way to the Darbar Hall housing, is through a sculpture gallery representing a number of classical feminine Greek icons figures of the 18th century, which were imported from Italy more than a century ago. The gigantic life-size statues have been carved out of white falcon marble. The niches in the gallery, cornices and ceilings of the canopy are embellished in pure gold add much to its stately grandeur. The Darbar Hall has five large sized antique chandeliers hung from its ceilings and become lively when their original electric bulbs that are nearly hundred years old are turned on. There are five life-size marble statues kept in the Darbar Hall. And plan to preserve and store all that needs to be salvaged, remembered and relished from our past and present