Very interesting look back over Goa's past. Well put together and still being extended to add room for more old carriages.
About Goa - Chitra
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Really interesting museum that is also used for occasional concerts/dinners. We went there twice to see a Beatles tribute band and a couple of jazz singers, both of which were excellent, as was the food. Fascinating collection of artifacts from rural Goa and a beautiful...More
A great museum showcasing ancient and traditional artifacts of rural Goa. It is a must visit for those who stays at South Goa. One can approach it from Colva, Benaulim or Madgaon by cab, auto or even by local bus. You can get a glimpses...More
Armed with a cast-iron perseverance to preserve all things Goan especially of the bygone era deserves much more accolades than he is given credit for. 'Goa Chitra' is one man's single effort to salvage what has remained of our rich past. It's not just a...More
Please do not leave Goa without paying homage to this wonderful place! Victor and Allie have dedicated their life to the preservation of traditional Goan culture and do so with panache. The museum is full of interesting collections and the hip couple regularly host movie...More
off the beaten track, interesting collection of antique farming equipment, kitchen utensils, brass ware, household nic-nacs; we were told only less than half had been displayed yet, would love to go back and see the complete collection of artefacts
Worth a visit to see how old Goa used to be. I'm glad I wasn't a farmer having to earn a living in those times.
Goa Chitra is a very interesting place to visit. I went at night and had a meal as there was a themed night with entertainment. It was quite expensive but definitely worth going once. A lot of thought has gone into putting this place together.