Famous Museums in Pune

The museums in Pune give the very essence of its citizens and rich culture. If you are looking for something deeper and more meaningful, head to the museums in city. Explore the cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical side of Pune with these museums.
We have curated a variety of the best and free museums in city, besides the usual arts or historical ones. Explore and engage yourself with the wonders of science at the museum of science in Pune. Get fascinated by the exceptional stories of heroes at war museums or memorials. You can go wow with your kids at the Natural history museums or enjoy some time at children's museums in Pune.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Pune.

Let's explore the finest collection of museums in Pune:

  1. Aga Khan Palace

    4.2 (2258 Votes)
    Aga Khan Palace

    Museum, Palace, Architecture , Heritage Building

    The Aga Khan Palace is one of the important monuments in Pune that gives you a glimpse into the freedom struggle of India. Located on the river Mula, it is a memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba Gandhi who were on house arrest here. The Palace was built in 1852 by Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan III. The place became vital in the Independence movement when Gandhiji, his...Read more
  2. Darshan Museum

    4.4 (2694 Votes)
    Darshan Museum

    Specialty Museum

    The Darshan museum is a biographical museum that is dedicated to the Life and teaching of Sadhu Vaswani, the modern Sindhi spiritual leader. A visit to this museum can be a transforming experience in many ways. The museum is built on the first floor of the Sadhu Vaswani mission building. It covers a huge area of 10000 sq. ft and hordes of visitors are charmed by this place daily. It is des...Read more
  3. Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

    4.3 (1555 Votes)
    Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

    Art And Culture, Specialty Museum

    Raja Dinkar Kelkar museum ismine of Beautiful, fascinating Indian artefacts. It is an ode to his dead son by a father who found such a unique way to mourn the loss of his loved one. This peculiar museum is on every traveller’s list who visits Pune. It offers a ride down the memory lane, in the old golden days of this country. The Raja Dinkar Kelkar museum is a one collection of objects th...Read more
  4. Joshi's Museum Of Miniature Railways

    Specialty Museum

    Established by Mr. B. S. Joshi, the Joshi’s Museum of Miniature Railways is a unique place to visit in Pune. Features within the museum include: An entire miniature city having running miniature railway which is controlled from a panel. A fully functional station yard with 6 platforms, announcement systems, 3 main lines, goods loading facilities, hump shunting, a turntable, crane, etc. S...Read more
  5. Pune Tribal Museum

    4.2 (70 Votes)
    Pune Tribal Museum

    Museum, Specialty Museum

    A relatively small museum, the Pune Tribal Museum (aka Tribal Research & Training Institute) is completely worth the visit nonetheless. The museum succeeds in showcasing the life of the Maharashtrian Tribal Communities living in the inner most regions of the Sahyadri mountain range. Completely dedicated to creating awareness about the tribes, the museum has on display photographs, artefacts...Read more
  6. Mahatma Phule Museum

    4.1 (81 Votes)
    Mahatma Phule Museum

    Museum, History Museum, Specialty Museum

    Founded in 1875 and initially known as the Poona Industrial Museum and later as the Lord Reay Museum, the Mahatma Phule museum was renamed so in the year 1968 after Mahatma Phule and his wife Savitribai Phule stayed in the building for some time. On display at the museum are artefacts and objects related to agriculture, industry, geology, engineering, cottage industry and minerals. The museum a...Read more
  7. National War Memorial Southern Command

    Museum, War Memorial, Specialty Museum

    Also known as the National War Memorial, the National War Museum is dedicated to the brave Indian soldiers who lost their lives during various battles. The only war memorial in South Asia constructed by using funds raised from the general public, the museum premises has on display a MIG 23 BN aeroplane that was used in the Kargil War. Apart from the aeroplane, the museum has exhibits such as ba...Read more
  8. Blades Of Glory Cricket Museum

    Museum, Specialty Museum

    If you are a cricket fanatic then the Blades of Glory Cricket Museum is for you! On display are items and mementoes such as: Bats signed by each of the 11 World Cup-winning teams. Bats signed by 3 of the World T20 champion teams. Signed bats of all World Cup Winning Captains. Bats signed by legendary cricket players such as Brian Lara, Jaysurya and Virendra Sehwag. The trouser that Sachin Tend...Read more
  9. Fort Jadhavgadh

    4.3 (148 Votes)
    Fort Jadhavgadh

    Hotel, Museum, Outdoors, Entertainment

    Maharashtra's only Fort Heritage hotel, Fort Jadhavgadh Hotel and Resort is a must visit to experience unparalleled luxury. Spread across 25 acres, features within the heritage hotel include: Comfortable and lavish accommodations (including tent accommodations) A temperature controlled swimming pool A beautifully decorated and furnished dining area An in house spa An in house museum Other act...Read more