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Karnataka High Court Museum

XHHV+829, opposite to Vidhana Soudha, Ambedkar Veedhi, Bengaluru Bengaluru Urban 560001


Law Museum Bangalore is a museum dedicated to the law profession. The museum documents the journey of law and the high court in Karnataka. The museum showcases part of the original print of constitution of India. The museum was started in November 2006 to mark the 50th anniversary of Karnataka High Court. Karnataka High Court Chief justice Cyriac Joseph was the man behind this idea. In July 2012, the museum was closed briefly, to be reopened next year in July 2013 at a new location with in the same building.

The Law museum houses an original print of the Constitution of India, articles and documents related to the legal profession, insignia, seals and books. Law Museum also showcases the history of the High Court and the development of courts over the ages.