Kite Museum, Ahmedabad
Kite Museum - A Quick Overview
Address: Sankar Kender, Bhagtacharya Rd, Kocharab, Paldi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380007
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Kite Museum, Ahmedabad
If there is one thing this city is exceptionally known for, it is its exquisite kite festivals. People visiting in winters can look forward to witnessing the breathtaking scenery when thousands of colorful kites dot the skyline of the city. A place where kites are of such importance, it is hardly surprising to find a museum dedicated to kites here. The Kite Museum was established in the February of 1984 by Bhanu Shah and hosts his vast personal collection of kites along with numerous illustrations and pictures. All the interesting stuff that you will find here reflects the enormous effort and love put forth by Bhanu Shah to bring this museum to life. A one of a kind museum, it projects light on various aspects of kite making and its details. There are around 125 kites, made from various materials and depicted in various creative ways. You will get all the information on kites here!
Kite Museum Ticket Prices
- Free Entry
Kite Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- Can be visited in the evening too.
How To reach Kite Museum by Public Transport
- Bus Station- Museum
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Kite Museum, Ahmedabad Reviews
Very small meusem, will see some good kites and some history of them
Nice collection for Ahmedabad history. Must visit to know more about Ahmedabad.
Very nice museum....It gives very wide knowledge of kites as well as it gives every information about ancient ahemedabad...😊
Kite flying day is only festival which follow the dates every year. Other festivals follow the movement of sun and moon. No it does not meant it is not festival belongs to India. Definitely it is, there was reference of kite during 12th and 13th centuries. Don't miss out to visit to get more history related to kites:)
Nothing really exciting...