Ahmed Shah's Mosque
Southwest of Bhadra Fort and dating from 1414, Ahmed Shah's Mosque was one of the city's earliest mosques. It has an elaborately carved...
Built immediately after the founding of Ahmedabad in 1411, Bhadra Fort now houses government offices and a Kali temple. Its gate formed...
Siddi Sayid’s Mosque
Sidi Saiyad’s Mosque , close to the river, was once part of the old citadel wall. Constructed in 1573 by Sidi Saiyad, a sometime slave...
Gopi Dining Hall
Just off the west end of Ellis Bridge, this little restaurant is a much-loved thali institution, with a small garden and an AC dining...
Bhagtacharya Rd · interesting places nearby
City Museum information
The City Museum covers Ahmedabad’s history with simple but diverse displays, and explanatory material in English and Gujarati. It includes sections on the city’s religious communities, Gandhi and the Independence struggle. The ground floor houses the disappointing Kite Museum, where flattened tissue-paper contraptions resemble trapped butterflies.