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Kutch Museum in Bhuj

The Kutch Museum in Bhuj, India, is one of the famous Tourist Attractions in Bhuj. Built during the period of British Rule in India, the Museum of Kutch in Bhuj is the most significant among all other Museums in Bhuj as it displays the articles that take the visitors to those ages to which they belonged.

History of Kutch Museum, Bhuj

The Kutch Museum was established in the year 1877 by the British Governor of Mumbai known as Sir James Fergusson. It was because of the name of its founder that Kutch Museum, Bhuj was initially named as Fergusson Museum.

Description of Kutch Museum, Bhuj

The Kutch Museum, Bhuj boasts of exhibiting a wide range of rare artifacts which include:

  • Archaeological finds
  • Pictures
  • Textiles
  • Weapons
  • Musical Instruments
  • Stuffed Beasts

All these specimens are systematically located in the in various sections of the Bhuj Kutch Museum which include:

  • Archaeological section
  • Picture gallery
  • Anthropological section
  • Shipping section

All the items that are displayed in the Kutch Museum, Bhuj have been meticulously showcased with adequate explanations alongside each item. The labeling and explanations have been provided in the English and Gujarati languages.

The Kutch Museum remains closed only on Wednesdays and on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month. On all days other than these, Kutch Museum is open from 9.00 to 11.30 in the morning and from 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.

Another aspect of Kutch Museum, Bhuj that would certainly leave you spell bound is the entry fee charged by the museum. The Kutch Museum charges merely INR 0.50 which is as good as being free.

To reach Kautch Museum, Bhuj, you can avail the State Transport facilities consisting of luxury coaches, auto-rickshaws, and taxis from any part of the city. Bhuj can be reached by flights as well as trains from Mumbai and Ahmedabad. The city is also connected by a good network of roads from the cities of Palitana (55 kilometers), Rajkot (165 kilometers), and Ahmedabad (203 kilometers).