Virasat-e-khalsa - Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex is the most popular museum and the magnificent architectural edifice of Sikhs, situated in the Holy City of Bliss - Anandpur Sahib. At this museum, the paintings and images related to the life history of Sikh Guru's - Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Angad Dev Ji, Guru Amardas Ji, Guru Arjan Dev Ji and the martyrdom of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji are depicted. This museum gives an insight of those events that took place five centuries ago at Anandpur Sahib - laying the foundation for the Sikhism and Khalsa Panth.
There are two huge complexes (buildings) - western complex and eastern complex connected by 165 meter ceremonial bridge. This bridge provides pedestrian access from one building to another.
Museum has a Two-storied library, an Exhibition hall - that covers 12000 square meters of land and is sub divided into four blocks, Amphi Theatre - 400-seating capacity Auditorium, which is built for the purpose of organizing the cultural events and a Changing exhibition Gallery. This museum was built on 100 acres of land, with Rs. 300-350 crores of amount.