Art lovers should visit the Dogra Art Museum during their holidays in Jammu and Kashmir, located in the Pink Hall in Mubarak Mandi Complex. It houses a rich and incredible collection of more than 800 rare paintings which possess enormous historical significance. The most attractive among these is the Pahari miniature paintings from Basohli along with beautifully illustrated Shahnama and Sikandernama in Persian. Other items include a gold painted bow, terracotta heads from Akhnoor, numismatics, jewellery, arms and Dogra costumes. A gold plated bow belonging to Emperor Shah Jehan can also be found here.

Dogra Art Museum, Jammu is a government museum and the biggest in Jammu region, one of the three divisions in the north Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The museum is unit of Directorate of Archives, Archaeology and Museums, under the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Jammu and Kashmir Government. The building was erected in commemoration of the visit of the British Monarch Edward VII when he came to Jammu as the Prince of Wales in 1875. This building housed the Public Library as well as the Museum.