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Ratnagiri Marine Musuem

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During our visit to Ratnagiri we planned to visit this place. It is located in outskirts of city... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2017
Pune, India
One of the good visiting point in Ratnagiri

Museum have good lively collection of various fishes and other species found in sea. They have... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2017
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| Sadanand Wadi, Ratnagiri 415612, India
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Reviewed 17 January 2018

This place is near Pandra samudra (white sea, a white sand beach) Auto rickshaw will charge you 40/- rupees from Ratnagiri ST Stand. Museum is small but good to visit. 15/- rupees entry fees per person. You can spend around 1 hour. Museum attraction is...More

1  Thank Bipin_Varankar
Reviewed 2 January 2018 via mobile

Aquarium is fine however the muesuem is too dull with all the dead fishes preserved which just looks too sad ... However can visit once

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Reviewed 30 June 2017

During our visit to Ratnagiri we planned to visit this place. It is located in outskirts of city. Entry fees is Rs.15 per person and this place is worth visiting specially for Kids. Place is small and very well maintained. Kids were very excited to...More

Thank AmulAwasthy
Reviewed 26 May 2017

Museum have good lively collection of various fishes and other species found in sea. They have preserve big sea wheal skeleton. Also have collection of various specimen of fishes and sea species. its take half an hour to see museum. Entry fees is also reasonable.

1  Thank indiavikram
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

We visited this place during our visit to Ganapatipule. Its a small aquarium and fish museum. Aquarium is small, neetly maintained and a decent collection. My son enjoyed it a lot. Second part is a even smaller, sea creature museum. This is also decent, but...More

Thank CB_Pune_India
Reviewed 15 October 2016

We visited the Acquarium which has a good collection of small colorful fishes and other animals. There is a skeleton of a whale which was washed ashore there a few years back. Although some parts of the skeleton are missing, whatever is there can give...More

1  Thank Dipak1958
Reviewed 8 September 2016

we visited this somewhere in December 2015. this place is located bit remote from the Ratnagiri city and quite near to the Ratnadurg fort. this place has a quite a good variety of marine species, we were fortunate enough to view the preserved specimens of...More

Thank VinayDesai13
Reviewed 22 August 2016

Museum contains really good collection of various fishes and so as other biological preserves. Really surprised to saw such a good collection.

Thank RAvant07
Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

At first when our driver took us to this place we said no before even entering inside but on his insists we went inside and it was worth visiting. The aquariums are very very well maintained and clean. We witnessed so many different beautiful species...More

Thank ARUNG776
Reviewed 21 June 2016

First we went to the original building, which is closed now as it is Dangerous building. ( I could not understand, why) The watchman there directed us to same place from where we had come. They have not put signage on the way. Since the...More

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