Kumrahar is a great specimen of Cultural Heritage of Pataliputra. You can get a great insight into the archeological remains of that era. The excavations have a pillared hall and it is referred to as the Eighty Pillared Hall. The pillared hall was excavated during the years 1912 and 1915. Ornaments, copper coins, toy carts, terracotta beads and various other things were found from here which gives a cultural richness to the place.
Golgha is one of the best architectural specimen found here. It is a great granary and the entire place has been built in the style of a stupa. It is 125 meters thick and has a great capacity to store grains. The Ganges flows beneath it and one interesting factor about this specimen is that it has been designed and constructed in such a way that it can be opened only from inside. It is a great architectural splendor.
Patna Museum is located in the center of the city. It has almost 45,000 artifacts which are on display in this museum. Some of the floors are dedicated to natural history gallery, Indian stone art tradition, Buddha relic gallery and many more. The stone sculptures and the metal sculptures over here are from the Mauryan and the Gupta dynasties. It even has many sculptures and paintings too from the Buddhist and Chinese art.
Agam Kuan is an ancient archaeological place in Patna. It was built during the time of Ashoka. There are many legends which are attached to this place. It was intentionally built by Ashoka to basically torture people. It is believed by many that he even drowned his 99 brothers inside this Kuan just to become the ruler. It is believed to have unlimited powers and is considered auspicious.
Jalan Museum was built during the year 1919. Bahadur Radha Krishna Jalan has constructed this museum. There are many special collections from the various corners of the world. The sculptures, furniture, and various idols are there. The jade stones and the crystals are other major attractions over here. To enter the private museum, you will be requiring permission.