Time Required : 1 - 2 hrs
Entry Fee : No Entry Fee
Timings : 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Closed on Mondays
Located at Anandagram, within the Sankriti Kala Kendra Complex in Mehrauli area of South Delhi, Sanskriti Museums had been established in 1990 by O.P. Jain. With an objective to preserve indigenous heritage and culture by curating, promoting and documenting everyday objects of art and craft, the museums are a perfect blend of tradition and modernity. The complex has three museums- Museum of Everyday Art, Museum of Indian Terracotta and Museum of Indian Textiles, all of which are a treasure trove of stunning displays of everyday objects, handcrafted products and terracotta sculptures and figurines.
Housed in a beautiful farmhouse, the complex also has functional workshops, live art studio and the residence of the artisans. The place is perfect getaway from the chaos and din of the city and offers an experience like no place else with its enchanting displays, idyllic setting and vibrant crafts works. A huge banyan tree accentuated the beauty and a tiny refreshment stall is perfect to satiate your thirst or snack cravings. The museums are headed to work and make this place one of the largest research and resource centre on the art and craft traditions of India.
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