Sonargaon Museum i.e. Bangladesh Folk and Crafts Foundation is known as one of the traditional tourist attractions of Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Folk Art and Crafts Foundation was established in 1975 with the aim of finding the right destination for the past history, present condition and future of Bengali culture. It is an integral part of the culture of Bangladesh and tourists enjoy its beauty. It is a symbol of our Bengali nation and ancient traditions. The continuity of Bengali and Bengali folk way of life, the visual aesthetics of the way of life has been highlighted in this handicraft foundation. Sonargaon was the capital of ancient Bengal for about 300 years. Sonargaon is a glorious ancient town of Bengali history and heritage. Sonargaon is no different from Isa Khan, the ruler of the Sultanate period, the Baro Bhuiyan chief of Bengal, and the famous muslin.
The main objective of Sonargaon Museum i.e. Bangladesh Folk and Crafts Foundation is to revive the historical aspect of Bengal through creation and preservation of folk art and handicrafts, research, exhibition, patronage, promotion etc.
Sonargaon Museum (Bangladesh Folk and Crafts Foundation) is around 33 kilometers from Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, and Sonargaon Museum, around 23 kilometers from Narayanganj city.