About the location: Opposite Hamirsar Tank, Gujarat’s oldest museum has eclectic and worthwhile displays spanning textiles, weapons, silverware, sculpture, wildlife, geography and dioramas of Kutch tribal costumes and artefacts, with labelling in English and Gujarati. It is home to the largest existing collection of Kshatrapa inscriptions, dating to the 1st century AD, as well as examples of the extinct Kutchi script, which does not exist now. One section of the museum is devoted to the vibrant tribal culture of the region. You can see examples of ancient artifacts, folk arts and crafts and information about tribal communities of Kutch.
Brief History: The Kutch Museum was founded by Maharao Khengarji in 1877. He wanted to showcase the region’s delightful diversity in craft and local living.
Closed 2nd & 4th Saturday
By Road state and private buses service the city from all major parts of Gujarat.
By Train The railway station lies on the western railways network
By Air Bhuj is well connected by air, rail and road. The Bhuj airport lies 4 km from the city and has ample domestic flights from major destinations in India.