|Location||Near Tulsi Chaura (Crossing) in Raiganj locality, Ayodhya, Dist. Faizabad, U.P., India|
|Timings||Library- 10:30am-4:30pm, Office- 10am-5pm, Ramleela- 6pm-9pm daily, library & museum is closed on Monday, second Sunday of the month, & on every gazetted holiday|
|Ideal time||Throughout the year, especially during various festivals of Ayodhya|
|How to reach||Hire a cycle rickshaw from any part of the city|
Ram Katha Sangrahalaya is situated inside Tulsi Smarak Bhawan, which has been built by the Government of India in the memory of Goswami Tulsi Das in 1969 and comes under cultural department of Govt. of U.P. Since its inception the museum is engaged in collection, presentation & conservation of antiquities related to the story of Ram. Tulsi Bhawan is being used for prayers, meeting & religious discourses. Ayodhya Shodh Sansthan (a Research Institute) established in 1986, is also located in the same premises, where a huge library & a reading room also exist. The library is equipped with extensive literature related to Tulsi Das. The Sansthan provides help to research scholars. A cultural centre for performing arts also functions here. Ramleela is performed every day since 20 May 2004 & entry is free of cost. Every year on seventh day of Shravan month, Tulsi Jayanti is celebrated here.