Sardar V Patel Museum and Planetarium


Sardar V Patel Museum and Planetarium established in 1889, and the collection represents the rich history and eclectic ethnic mix of Surat.

Sardar V Patel Museum and Planetarium



This museum is situated near chowk. In my schhol days me and my friends visited this museum many times.

This museum also known as the Sardar Sangralaya, this museum was established in 1889, and the collection represents the rich history and eclectic ethnic mix of Surat. It also provides maps for travelers.

Timings:


Open Everyday: 9am-11:30am and 2:30pm-5pm
Closed: Sundays and public holidays

Show Name


Universe - in Gujarati
Timings:
11:15am -1:45pm, Wednesday-Saturday
2:45pm-5:45pm, Sunday and Tuesday
It is closed on Monday


How to Get Here:


By road: Surat lies 234 km from Ahmedabad, 131km from Vadodara, and 297 km from Mumbai. Bus stations, both ST and private, are on the eastern edge of the city.

By rail: Train stations are also on the eastern edge of the city.

By air: Various domestic flights connecting metros and other major cities are operational from the Surat Airport.


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