Today we drive to Bhuj.
The Kutch Museum : Founded by Maharao Khegarji III, it is Gujarat's oldest museum. The Governor of Bombay, Sir James Fergusson, laid the foundation stone of the present museum building in 1884, which was renovated after the earthquake. The collection fearures traditional textiles, metal artifacts, pottery, woodwork, sculpture, archeological objects, inscriptions and more, including the largest collection of inscriptions from the Kshatrapa period. Open 10:00 - 13:00 and 14:30 - 17:30. Closed Wed and 2nd and 4th Sat of the month. Entry Indian Rs. 2, Foreigner Rs. 50.
Bhartiya Sanskriti Darshan Museum : Founded by a forest service officer, Ramsinhji Rathod, who had a passion for Kachchhi folk art had handicrafts, the museum features an array of artifacts from remote regions of Katch collected while Rathod travelled the district on official duty. It has grown into an institution that is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of local crafts and culture. The displays include reconstructed models of rural architecture, paintings, archeological collections, ethnological arts and crafts. The museum's collection of textile art is excellent. Open 10:00 - 13:15 and 14:00 - 17:00, daily. Closed Mon. Entry Indian Rs. 10, Foreigner Rs. 50. Photography is not permitted.
Overnight at Bhuj.