It was amazing visit. They have a lot of different kind of materials and there is guide who will give you all history associated with that material. Also, add on is that location itself is very pretty. People there are of welcoming nature.
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There was lot of hype in this museum and there is also long wait list to visit this museum but believe me after all the wait i was highly disappointed to see what it is there. It's so pathetic how they are cheating tourists especially...More
If you only have time to cover one attraction in Ahmedabad, this museum should be it (over and above Gandhi's Ashram). It is a private museum and no fee is charged for a comprehensive guided tour by a knowledgeable in-house guide and a very close-up...More
It's for fabric lover. Nice and personal museum collection of textile art. It is advisable to book visit in advance and i recommend it only for fabric lover. Nice two hour visit is memorable.
It is theoretically possible to combine the visit here with trips to attractions located near Subhas bridge (including Gandhi Ashram) and in the area before the airport. But I visited it after Hathee singh Jain temple, which is about 700-800 meters just in the direction...More
The Calico museum is very long and full of information. the total tour is about 3 hours, be prepared to go in, out, up, down, around and around. Every corner there seems to be more and more textiles. Look everywhere. Before going to the museum...More
We wish we could rate it more it more than 5 stars. We were amazed to see the collection of textiles and bronze artifacts that are as old as 200 to 1000 years old and worth billions of rupees These are well preserved, exhibited and...More
Amazing variety and collection of textiles and the story behind them - very insightful. A must visit for people if this is their interest area.
This is the best museum of Ahmedabad, with best collection, and best tours. A must go, if you are a tourist in Ahmedabad
Absolutely DREADFUL female guide whose been there 25yrs is full of self importance and more interested in her portrayal of the stories on the fabrics than the visitors need to see them. We had to stand while she droned on then she failed to give...More