Amaravati Museum lies in Amaravati
which is 34 km from Guntur
, in Guntur District
. It exhibits the archaeological findings from other Buddhist sites in Andhra Pradesh which belong to the 3rd century BC to 12th century, a gold necklace from Gummadidurru (a village), relic-caskets with bone-relics and gold flowers. The museum has three galleries. Gallery I displays some models of the art-tradition of Amaravati, an inscribed relief of Buddha from Gummadidurru, image of Buddha, coins, beads, terracotta, pottery, drum slabs, dome-slabs, pillars and rail fragments and miscellaneous sculptures. Gallery II exhibits some early relics of the 2nd century BC, inscribed pillars, drum and dome slabs, two Buddha images from
and a stone-wheel from Lingarajapalli.
The adjacent airport is at Vijayawada which is 70 km from Amaravati. The nearest railhead is at Guntur.