The Battle of Panipat Memorial Society set up by the Haryana Government has built a museum to highlight the important historical events leading to the three battles of Panipat and their impact on the overall history of the country.
The objective of setting up the Panipat Museum was also to provide information on art, history, crafts and archaeology generated by the consequences of the three battles.
The museum houses exhibits including sculptures, antiquities, arms, weapons, armours, pottery, jewellery, important documents, manuscripts, art and craft objects, handicrafts, maps, articles, photographs and slides and much more. It also displays objects that highlight the patriotism and valour of the sons of the country who sacrificed their lives to drive away the Muslim invaders.
The martyrs in the struggle include the venerable names of Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya, a local hero from Rewari in Haryana, Raja Suraj Mal of Bharatpur in Rajasthan, Maharaja of Patiala and the Marathas including Sadashiv Rao Bhau, Tukuj Shinde, Vishwas Rao Peshwa, and innumerable other brave hearts. The Panipat Museum is situated 5 km from the Canal Rest House of Binijhol.