The Netaji Museum is situated at Oriya Bazar in Cuttack. The museum was inaugurated marking the 116th birth anniversary of India’s iconic freedom fighter, Subhash Chandra Bose, popularly known as Netaji.
The museum is housed in a 150 year old, two-storied building called Janakinath Bhavan. This building is the birth place of Netaji that has been converted into a museum to preserve his memory. The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) has developed the museum. There is a media centre equipped with audiovisual, multimedia and projection system for screening video films on Netaji for visitors.
Sophisticated lighting, innovative display system and high security are other features of the museum. The museum has an 18 room gallery. The birth, early life, role in freedom struggle, period spent as member of the Congress Party and the formation of Indian National Army (INA) and his role in India's independence are depicted in the museum.