The collection at the Vintage Camera Museum and Foundation spans over the past 100 years, starting from the early 1880s, showcasing some of the most iconic analogue cameras ever manufactured. Also on display are some of the most stunning photographs by the legendary photographer Kulwant Roy, including original silver prints of Nehru and Gandhi, and rare original images of the signing of the Constitution. From Pocket Folding Brownies to Polaroid Land Camera and Kodak, this museum houses all the major cameras.

Category
Specialised, Anthropology
Established
2002
Visiting Hours
10:00 am - 5:00 pm; closed on Sundays
Entry Fee
Indian Adults: ₹300 Foreigners: ₹500 *Entry by prior appointment only
Average duration
1-2 hours
Facilities
Managed by
India Photo Archive
Docent Guide
Aditya Arya
Person In-charge
Aditya Arya
Email
indiaphotoarchive@gmail.com
Phone
+91 9810009099