Rajmata Devendra Kunwar Government Museum is an ideal place to have a glimpse into the rich past of Dungarpur. This museum has three galleries which depict a rare collection of metal statues of various deities, miniature paintings, stone inscriptions and coins which date back to the 6th century. The first gallery gives an opportunity to see various statues belonging to the Gupta period of the Indian history. These were collected from Galiakot, Amjhara, and Baroda. The unique statues of Tantrik Ganesh, Brahmi wearing deer hide, Shiva holding a veena, Padmidi, Padmapani yaksha, Vaishnavi riding Garuda attract tourists' attention.
While the second gallery of the museum displays a replica of the famous Qutub Minar and a Vijay Stambh made up of postal stamps, travellers can see a huge collection of inscriptions along with terracotta sculptures, oil paintings, and photographs in the third gallery.