Bhuri Singh Museum was inaugurated on 14th September 1908, during the reign of Raja Bhuri Singh. Infact, the museum has been named after the king only. Situated close to Chaugan town of Chamba, it was initially started with the paintings donated by Raja Bhuri Singh. With time, its collection as well as its popularity grew and today, it comprises of one of the major attractions of Himachal Pradesh. The rich collection of the museum comprises of carved doors from the old palaces, frescoes, copper plate grants, miniature paintings, title deeds and inscriptions on the medieval history of Chamba.