The Kutch Museum in Bhuj is one of the oldest museums in Gujarat. It houses rare artifacts dating back to the first century AD. Some of the major attractions are the Kshatrapa inscriptions, coins (including the kori, Kutch's local currency), embroidery, paintings, arms, musical instruments, sculpture and precious metalwork.
It is located in Ghanshyam Nagar, Bhuj, Gujarat. The Museum is open from 10:00 AM to 1:00 AM and 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM. It is closed on Wednesday and Public Holidays.
Bhuj is connected to the major cities in western India by the Indian Railway network. Seven major cities in west India are connected via the following trains The Pune Bhuj express, The Ala Hazrat Express, the Be Bhuj Express, the BDTS Bhuj Express and the Kutch Express, which run every day.
The Bhuj airport is connected to cities across India by Air India and Jet Airways flights. These flights are regular and pocket friendly. It is the easiest way to travel to Bhuj.
Once you land in Bhuj, you can hire a cab to your destination in Bhuj.
The Kandia Port is one of the busiest port in the west coast of India and is located in proximity to Bhuj. For a traveller wanting a different experience, a trip by the sea, a cruise on a yacht or a ship, is an experience by itself.
Gujarat has a well-developed road system which makes road travel very easy. Bhuj is at a fair distance from major cities in Gujarat, Palitana 55km, Rajkot 165km and Ahmedabad 203km. This along with the bus service of the Gujrat State Transport system makes access to Bhuj very easy. Private travel operators also ply buses to the town making it accessible by road. There are taxis too which you can hire from any major city to Bhuj for a nominal price.
Once in Bhuj, hire an auto rikshaw to take you around the town and show you the sights.