Tulsi Museum is an archaeological museum and is of great importance to Satna tourism. Sited 16 kilometres away from Satna in a quaint place called Ramvan, the museum was set-up in the year 1977. Also known as Tulsi Sangrahalaya, the museum houses some exquisite sculptures and pieces from the ancient times made out of various elements, such as terracotta, birch ark and palm leaf.
It also showcases some rare copper coins, copper plates and gold and silver sculptures. The museum is open on all days except Mondays between 10.00 am to 7.00 pm.