Sand Museum Mysore – Gallery

India’s first Sand Museum in Mysore

The “city of palace” has now got one more attraction to its list, India’s first Sand Museum situated in the Chamundi Hill Main road.

Srikantadatta Wodeyar
Late Srikantadatta Wodeyar

The breathtaking sand art in the museum is created by Ms Gowri who recently created sand art of Dr. Abdul Kalam in the Lalbagh Gardens, Bangalore, during the bi-annual flower show held in the month of August 2015.

The one of its kind sand museum in Mysore showcases sand arts of different religious worship, pre-historical periods, aquatic life, vintage cars, Disney land just to name a few.

This museum is truly a value addition to Mysore Tourism and is a must visit for every visitor to the palace city. The museum entrance fee for an adult is Rs. 40 and Rs. 20 for children. There’s no fee for taking camera in. The museum is open from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm, so plan your visit accordingly.

Note: the image gallery of sand museum in this post does not cover all the sand arts.

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