Minar-e-Pakistan is situated in the Iqbal Park, Lahore, at the junction of Multan road and circular road covered by the modern park where people come day and night, which involves artificial lakes, fountains and mountains as well. The tourists can climb to top of the monument to have a look at the striking view of Lahore city and its locality. Minar-e-Pakistan is a very enormous tower reflecting the memories of the struggling efforts of Pakistan.
This tower was established to acknowledge the Lahore resolution which was held on March 23, 1940, in which the only political party of Muslims in subcontinent; Muslim League claimed the separate and free homeland for the Muslims of India to approach their free rights and exercise their cultural festivals without any hesitation. Minar-e-Pakistan was developed in the memory of Pakistan resolution on 1960 to maintain the pride and honor of Pakistan.