4 Museums to explore in Ahmedabad
This is the central part of the Gujarat state and It is the seventh most populous district in India.
Once the residence of Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba, Sabarmati Ashram is undoubtedly the biggest tourist attraction situated in the 5km north of Ahmedabad's centre, Gujarat. Located on the tranquil and serene stretch of Sabarmati River, it is also referred to as the 'Gandhi Ashram', 'Mahatma Gandhi Ashram' and most importantly, 'Satyagraha Ashram' as Gandhi began the famous 'Dandi March' from here. It is believed that Mahatma Gandhi chose this site for it is located between a prison and a
Sanskar Kendra is a museum in Ahmedabad designed by the architect Le corbusier It is a city museum depicting history, art, culture and architecture of Ahmedabad. The campus is located at the west end of Sardar Bridge near Paldi. The building is designed to protect against the hot climate. On the roof there are several large basins originally intended as planters. One enters from underneath the building where there is an open court with a large pool and a ramp that leads to the exhibition space
Sardar Patel national memorial was established in the memory of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, who was a great freedom fighter. Located in the environs of Shahibaugh in Ahmedabad, Sardar Patel national memorial museum is also known as Moti Shah Mahal. The museum houses various portraits of Sardar Patel, his family members and friends. You can also find the biography of Sardar Patel in the museum, which contains a detailed description of all the phases of his life.
It is a nature discovery center, Sundarvan as you walk lightly round bamboo grooves and a banyan tree you might spot a tortoise blocking off your way or a love bird buzzing away or maybe a snake skin resting by means of the pond. This natural refuge is indeed a mini zoo dedicated to spreading awareness and sensitivity towards nature. It is most acknowledged for the type of snakes like Russel's viper, Red Sand boa and the revered Indian cobra.