Minar-e-Pakistan is an important monument which stands in Iqbal Park. It is of great historical significance and stands at the exact same spot at which Muslim leaders proclaimed in 1940 that India had to be divided and a separate homeland for Muslims had to be created to ensure their safety. This structure is 60 meters high and is constructed of concrete with marble and stone walls and floors. Visitors can climb the staircase within to reach the top of the monument. It is now notorious for the number of homeless and poverty stricken people who jump off its high walls committing suicide.
Timings: Daily, 9 A.M- 9 P.M
Admission: PKR 50
Address: Near the Inner city, in Iqbal Park.