7 Museums in India That Children Too Will Love 

India Museum, Kolkata

India is a country which hold highest cultural values. The India heritage provides bundle of knowledge, and many times it is not even boring. Museums are not loved by most of kids as they don’t interest them. But India has few museums that kids will love to visit, as the provide them interactive and amazing sitting. It is the only way left to teach or provide information about the history. Let’s have a look at the museums of India, fruitful for kids too.

1. Shivalik Fossil Park Museum, Himachal Pradesh

Shivalik Fossil Park Museum, Himachal Pradesh

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Displaying pervasive collection of fossils and skeletons of animals native to Shivaliks, it is India’s best. The museum has life-size models various animals which attracts kid’s attention and makes it a fun-learning place for them. The display too has stone items, belonging to Early man. Postage stamps issued in 1951 are also displayed here.

2. India Museum, Kolkata

India Museum, Kolkata

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Kolkata has India’s largest and oldest museum, divided among various categories- Archaeology, art and etc. Egyptian mummies can also be found in India museum. The museum is a multi-purpose place, providing exhibitions, workshops, library, multicultural activities and etc.

3. Rail Museum, Delhi

Rail Museum, Delhi

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Trains are always children first love. It’s a treat for them to watch train come and go. And taking your child to Train museum, were they will see train heritage, will be a fairy tale for them. Rail museum has specimens of almost all kinds of engines which explains Indian Rail history. The museum too holds toy train ride.

4. International Doll Museum, Delhi

Dolls are girls first love. Delhi holds a special place for every child, as the museum has amazing collection of dolls from across the world. International Doll Museum is not only famous among little girls but even elders love to see those dolls. Over 150 kinds of dolls are displayed wearing India costumes. The museum has collection of dolls from different parts of the world too.

5. Sudha Cars Museum, Hyderabad

Sudha Cars Museum, Hyderabad

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Cars!! Another love of children. Every child loves to have huge collection of different kinds of cars. And not just child but even elders love cars. Sudha Car Museum is all about cars of different shapes and sizes. The museum is also listed in the Guinness Book of World Records. Cars based on pen, pencil are major attraction. The museum has world’s smallest double-decker bus, allowing 10 people to sit at once.

6. Kite Museum, Ahmedabad

Kite Museum, Ahmedabad

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Kite flying, being an important festival of Rajasthan and Gujarat, holds a special place for every kite love. The Kite Museum provides you with information about different types of kites and their importance. Every year kits of different shapes and colours are introduced in the sky, attracting the people. The museum has amazing art gallery, having pictures clicked by different photographers of Kite festival.

7. Jawahar Toy Museum, Pondicherry

Jawahar Toy Museum, Pondicherry

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Toys are loved by person of every age, and that is why Jawahar Toy Museum is very popular among everyone. It displays toys from different states dressed in their particular state wears. It is the main attraction of Pondicherry. The museum remains closed on Monday.