The Conflictorium is a participatory museum that addresses the theme of conflict. It is divided into 6 spaces starting with 'Conflict Timeline', which attempts to showcase the violent and oppressive past of Gujarat since 1960. The 'Empathy Alley' shows silhouettes of post-independence political figures, and one can hear famous speeches by each of these visionaries in their original voices. The 'Moral Compass' invites visitors to see, read, and touch the constitution, which is the highlight of this space. The 'Memory Lab' allows visitors to let out their inner most thoughts by adding their notes to the empty jars in the shelves. The 'Power of the New' is a sound installation and 'The Sorry Tree' appeals to the power of humility and apology by letting visitors tie their apologies to the branches of a tree. 

Category
Specialised, History of Conflict
Established
2013
Visiting Hours
11:00 am- 8:00 pm; closed on Mondays.
Entry Fee
Free
Average duration
1-2 hours
Facilities
Docent Guide
Ms. Shefali Singh, conflictorium@gmail.com
Person In-charge
Avni Sethi
Email
conflictorium@gmail.com
Phone
+91 (79) 25620747
Additional facilities
Rentable spaces