Describe a museum you have visited and liked IELTS cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe a museum you have visited and liked.

You should say
Name of the museum?
Where it is?
With whom you went?
What did you see in this museum?

Note: You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.

Model Answers and follow up questions to describe a museum you have visited and liked IELTS cue card:

Model Answer:

Introduction:
Well, my country India has a rich history and there are lots of museums that preserve artefacts and other historic objects that reflect the history of my country.

Name of the museum?
Though I have been to many museums in my lifetime, but I would take this opportunity to talk about Virast-E-Khals; a Sikh museum that is really popular being a modern museum.

Where it is? and With whom you went?
It is located in the city of Anandpur Sab that is hardly 200 Kms from my hometown and lately, I visited there with my family. I had a wonderful experience visiting this place. I never felt that I could learn about sikh history in such an interactive way.

Technology has been used throughout the museum to keep the visitors intact. The first thing that I really liked about this museum is that there is no entry charge, visitors can enjoy this place and learn about the rich history of the Sikh religion without paying a single penny.

What did you see in this museum?
As you enter, the very first thing that you see is the life-size wax statues of most Sikh gurus along with their portraits painted by famous Punjabi painters, especially of Shoba Singh.

These portraits are well labelled and information is not only provided in Punjabi the regional language for the locals but, in English also for the outsiders. Moving on the next section comprises a wide range of things associated with Sikh history and Sikh gurus.

For example, there is a wide range of weapons especially swords, gold ornaments, some clothes and other things. To be honest, I really wanted to take some photographs of these things, however, photography is prohibited at this museum.

As the visitors walk along, they enter the most interesting section of this place, where the visitors can watch an approximately 15-minute 3D movie that represents some of the most important historic moments associated with the Sikh region and Sikh history.

Well as we come out of this museum, there is also a souvenir shop from where we can buy lots of things associated with the Sikh region and Sikh culture. I also purchased a painting of Guru Nanak Dev Ji that I still have.

Conclusion:
Overall, I must say that it was a wonderful experience for me to visit a museum and learn about Sikh history and culture in a very interactive and interesting manner and I definitely recommend everyone to visit this place at least once.

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Describe a museum you have visited and liked IELTS cue card

Describe a museum you have visited and liked IELTS cue card

Introduction:
Well, my country India has a rich history and there are lots of museums that preserve artefacts and other historic objects that reflect the history of my country.
Name of the museum?
Though I have been to many museums in my lifetime, but I would take this opportunity to talk about Virast-E-Khals; a Sikh museum that is really popular being a modern museum.
Where it is? and With whom you went?
It is located in the city of Anandpur Sab that is hardly 200 Kms from my hometown and lately, I visited there with my family. I had a wonderful experience visiting this place. I never felt that I could learn about sikh history in such an interactive way.
Technology has been used throughout the museum to keep the visitors intact. The first thing that I really liked about this museum is that there is no entry charge, visitors can enjoy this place and learn about the rich history of the Sikh religion without paying a single penny.
What did you see in this museum?
As you enter, the very first thing that you see is the life-size wax statues of most Sikh gurus along with their portraits painted by famous Punjabi painters, especially of Shoba Singh.
These portraits are well labelled and information is not only provided in Punjabi the regional language for the locals but, in English also for the outsiders. Moving on the next section comprises a wide range of things associated with Sikh history and Sikh gurus.
For example, there is a wide range of weapons especially swords, gold ornaments, some clothes and other things. To be honest, I really wanted to take some photographs of these things, however, photography is prohibited at this museum.