Built in 1887, the Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery houses objects from a variety of cultures. The collections cover Europe, Central and Southeast Asia, along with galleries dedicated to the history of the erstwhile Baroda State. The picture gallery and picture restoration room, which is housed in a separate building, exhibits European paintings from the 15th to the 18th century A.D., and bronze statues. There are also galleries dedicated to the disciplines of zoology, paleontology, ethnology, mineralogy, petrology, and geology, and artefacts from the prehistoric and proto-historic era. Some of the remarkable artworks from this museum are paintings by British masters J. W.M Turner, and John Constable, and Akota Bronzes dated to the 5th century A.D.
Multi - Purpose,
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
10:30 a.m. - 05:00 p.m.
Indians: Rs. 10 per person (for those above 4 years);
Foreigners: Rs. 200;
Rs. 5 per student for groups of students (when organised by schools);
free entry on Saturdays and Sundays and public holidays for groups of school and college students; and free entry for senior citizens with one child escort on Fridays.
Photography fee: Rs.100 and Videography Rs. 500.
Curator , Satish Sadasivan
Drawing and painting facilities
Guided tours available on request and prior notice
Photography/ Videography allowed with permission letter addressed to the director of the museum and the fees are: Rs. 100 for Photography and Rs. 500 for Videography
Access to the museum library with written permission letter
Wheelchair Friendly- ground floor only