Mahatma Phule Museum

#20 of 23 things to do in Pune

Mahatma Phule Museum which stood Endowed in the year 1890, is one of the places in Pune that one must not miss at any cost. The museum was first titled as Lord Ray Museum, later which was renamed in 1968 to Mahatma Phule Museum. The museum offers for an exciting tour as one can witness multiple acquisitions of manufacturing merchandises, agricultural objects and handiwork items in this museum. Although the spot has been approximately 118 years old now, it never fails to manifest its classic charm in the most astounding fashion to its visitors. Mahatma Phule Museum is a highly enriching encounter for the tourists who wish to learn more about the history of India. Other renowned and fascinating arrays which one can observe here cover brassware, stone carvings, marble sculptures, oil canvas painting, textiles, body specimens of animals from seals to elephants and so on.

Entry Timings: 10:30 am to 5:30 pm (The museum remains closed on Wednesdays)

No entry fee

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