Sri Pratap Sing Museum (SPS Museum) is a historical museum in Srinagar that exhibits rich heritage of the regions of Jammu, Kashmir, Gilgit and Baltistan. The museum is situated in Lal Mandi area on the left bank of the Jhelum River. Built in 1889 by Maharaja Pratap Singh, this historical museum takes the pride to exhibit valuable terracotta articles of 3rd century from Buddhist site Ushkar and molded terracotta of 4th-5th century from Harwan.
An ancient copper image of Lord Buddha of 5th century, brass statue of Lokeshvara and green stone structures of Lord Vishnu sitting on Garuda are some of the key attractions of the museum. Other important items on display include miniature paintings, numismatics, manuscripts, musical instruments, weapons, utensils, furniture and decorative artifacts, textiles, carpets, leather-ware and grass and willow work.