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Rabindra Bharati University Museum

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6 / 4 Dwaraka Nath Tagore Lane, Kolkata 700007, India
239 5241 42 6601
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Must visit for art lovers

great place exhibiting Tagore Family's work primarily of Nobel laureate Rabindranath's. This is... read more

Reviewed 28 September 2017
Kolkata, India
Very happy with my visit.

It was a fascinating visit as a foreigner who has never heard of this man. Take the time (2 hours... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2017
Calgary, Canada
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6 / 4 Dwaraka Nath Tagore Lane, Kolkata 700007, India
239 5241 42 6601
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Reviewed 28 September 2017

great place exhibiting Tagore Family's work primarily of Nobel laureate Rabindranath's. This is Tagore's house, so one can feel the grandeur of old times.

Thank PRRM
Reviewed 14 August 2017 via mobile

It was a fascinating visit as a foreigner who has never heard of this man. Take the time (2 hours) to get to know him inside this museum.

Thank GOHABSGO1984
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Since childhood I am a big fan of Rabindranath Tagore. I visited Rabindra Bharati Museum in 3rd December 2016. It is one of the most memorable and wonderful experience in my life. I went there in morning and spend almost all day there. The Museum...More

1  Thank shanta816
Reviewed 13 November 2016

India's first Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore was born here in his ancestral place. Its now been converted into a museum with galleries devoted to different stages in lifetime of the laureate and his near ones. There are sections devoted to different countries where Tagore visited....More

Thank Dev1972
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

As a fan of Tagore i felt great while visiting this place. Pictures, documents, information about him just made this place unique from Silaidaha and other places where he lived or visited. They've a ticket system, for foreigners 50 rupees.

1  Thank Shomoyboss
Reviewed 4 August 2016

A huge building spread in a big area, this the house where Rabindranath Tagore lived and died. It has many rooms filled with his photos, art works, writings and a few of his possessions, as well as those of his family. The displays give a...More

1  Thank Adnan R
Reviewed 26 January 2016

Rabindra Bharati University Museum is a nice museum for the lovers of literatures. Rabindra Nath Tagore, a noble laureate was a great poet. The museum is very educative and provides life, art, collection, and work of Tagore.

Thank schroff
Reviewed 17 May 2015

large area with whole lot of tourist cheap tickets great tourist spot outside plastics not allowed no animal feeding allowed very well maintained but inside shops are very expensive.

Thank avhinaba
Reviewed 19 April 2015

A Nobel Laureate! His art, His work, His collection and His Life. All tucked away in this massive structure popularly called as Rabindra Bharati University Museum, which as the name suggests doubles up as a university and a Museum to the followers of the phenomena...More

Thank Sachin0408
Reviewed 1 October 2013

Dodging monsoon rain, we wandered the lively local streets for a bit looking for this place, but it was worth it! The museum takes anything from an hour to two and a half to go around - depending on how much to read and stop...More

Thank Claire B
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Response from GOHABSGO1984 | Reviewed this property |
yes the metro runs by this area (about 250 metres east of the museum.) you can also catch a bus to BBD BAGH or Burra Bazar but would have to walk a fair distance. Metro is the easiest and most convenient. Other buses... More