SRC Museum of Indology
The museum is housed in the spectacularly florid Albert Hall, south of the old city. It was designed by Sir Swinton Jacob, and combines...
Opposite Albert Hall, one of the oldest in India, and housing the usual motley array of disconsolate animals.
Modern Art Gallery
An old theatre houses this gallery, on the 1st floor of the Ravindra Manch building, a very peaceful place with some striking...
A spiffing watering hole adorned with polo memorabilia and arched, scalloped windows framing the neatly clipped lawns. A bottle of beer...
24 Gangwell Park · interesting places nearby
SRC Museum of Indology information
This ramshackle, dusty treasure trove is an extraordinary private collection. It contains folk-art objects and other pieces – there’s everything from a manuscript written by Aurangzeb and a 200-year-old mirrorwork swing from Bikaner to a glass bed (for a short queen). The museum is signposted off J Nehru Rd, south of the Central Museum.