There are some interesting old sculptures displayed in the garden. The entrance to the museum opens into a large, circular hall. To the left is the Siva gallery. Of particular interest are the two 10th century sculptures from Ashapuri, a dancing Ganesh and an Uma-Maheshwari: the latter attributed to the Parmars. Clockwise from the Siva gallery is a Bhimbhetka rock shelter with white-and-red Stone Age paintings. Directly in front of the entrance, and to the right of the rock shelter, is the Vishnu Gallery. Driving up to the Shamla Hills, visitors can walk around the famed Bharat Bhavan.