The museum houses many Western sculptures, pieces of Victorian furniture, paintings by European and Indian artists, and other artifacts. Decorative objects include large chandeliers, clocks, floor to ceiling mirrors and royal busts.
The museum include various sections of the galleries are Fascinationg physics, Transport, Motive power, Biotechnology, Metals, Electricity, Televison, Electronics, Life science and Underground mock up coal mine.
The museum houses the collection of Gautam Buddha's ashes, the Ashoka Pillar which bears the four - lion symbol that went on to become emblem of India, fossilized skeletons of prehistoric animals, an elaborate art collection, precious artefacts, and a fascinating collection of meteorites.
The museum houses the collections including rare tools of the Early, Middle and the Late Stone Ages from Susunia and other sites, proto-historic antiquities from Pandu Rajar Dhibi, terracottas, sculptures, stone and stucco from the Gupta, Maurya, Shunga, Kushana, Pala and Mediaeval times.
The museum includes the Royal Gallery, the National Leaders Gallery, the Sculpture Gallery, the Portrait Gallery, the Central Hall and the Calcutta Gallery, the Victoria Memorial has a commendable and worthy collection of works of rare and antique books.