BannuMuseum is located on D. I. Khan road near Norangchok in Bannu District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The foundation stone of the museum was laid by Akram Khan Durrani in 2006, the then Chief Minister of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Construction of the building was completed in 2011 and was formally inaugurated by Sayed Aqil Shah, Minister for Sports, Tourism, Archaeology, and Youth Affairs.
There are three galleries in the museum namely; Proto Historic gallery, Islamic gallery, and Ethnological gallery.
This Gallery comprises Collection from Akra Site and Shera khan Tarakai.It houses stone tools, flakes, blades, Terracotta seals, Human and Animal Figurines.
Islamic gallery consists of Islamic books like the holy Quran and hadith books. There are more than 120 holy books of Islam. All of them were written in Arabic script and most of them were translated into Persian language. Some of these books were written by using different colors like red, green etc. The Holy books (Quran) are dated back to 11thcentury A.H. While some hadith books, housed in Bannu museum, were written in 6th century A.H.
Ethnological gallery shows the culture and mode of life of the major tribes of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa particularlydistrictBannu. The objects on display include Jewelry, dresses, bows, arrows, guns, revolver, pistols, and sandals. There are wooden stools, baskets, sitar and many other such things which make the display beautiful. Each object in the gallery sheds light on the culture and tradition of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during the 19th and 20th centuries. Most of the dresses and jewelry are still used in Bannu and Waziristan.