The Lukut Museum was built by the Department of Museums Malaysia (formerly known as Department of Museums and Antiquities) in collaboration with the Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus government with the intention of spreading information and historical proof related to Lukut.
It also functions to trace back the glorious days of Lukut and its prominent individuals in the nation’s history for the reference of future generations. It is also an arena to showcase important elements of the relationship between Lukut and the local political scenario surrounding it to display the function and the greatness of Fort Lukut as a defensive tract, signifying the uniqueness of Malay civilaization’s architecture.
The construction of this museum began end of 1997 and was officially launched by Y.A.B. Dato’ Seri Utama Tan Sri Haji Mohd. Isa bin Dato’ Abdul Samad, Chief Minister of Negeri Sembilan on April 9, 1999.
Collections and Galleries
The exhibition is divided into four galleries ; the Lukut Historical Gallery, the Negeri Sembilan Gallery, Gallery of Technology in Traditional Manufacturing and the Nassau Gallery. This museum also has permanent exhibitions with many items on display including artifacts, illustrations, photos, models etc.
Visiting Hours Opens Saturdays-Thursdays from 9a.m. to 5 p.m.
Entrance Fees Admission is free