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Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, Bengaluru
(4.3/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web)
Explore the constituent unit of National Council of Science Museums at Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, which houses various industrial projects and engines. Opened by the first Prime Minister of India in 1962, the family-friendly complex features entertaining and educating activities. Visit the dinosaur corner, a "flyer simulator" which shelters a 1:1 scale replica of the Wright Brothers' plane, or head to one of seven themed exhibition galleries. Learn interactively about humanity's scientific achievements and failures. With almost 1 million visitors per year, the museum can get quite crowded. For Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum and beyond, use our Bengaluru tour planner to get the most from your Bengaluru vacation.
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  • One of y early remembrance of Bangalore has been this museum. Still a great place to visit. Now has many o the latest scientific stuff explained and displayed. Slightly elder kids just love this place...  more »
  • A well maintained technology and science museum. Must see for all children. Take your time with kids and go through entire museum. 
  • Think physics. This museum gives you a hands-on experience with some of the basic principles of physics as applied to technology. Children love it; so can child-like adults. 
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  • A very good place for students who are science enthusiasts. Very nice place for children to see working models of science. There are exhibitions from time to time which also gives opportunities to students to showcase their knowledge. Spread across 4 floors and grouped in distinct sections on mechanical devices, physical experiments, semiconductors, energy sources, biology and food, this is one of the best place to expose young minds to teach basic science. The 3D show and other games provide added attractions. If you are in Bangalore then a one time visit to the museum is definitely due.
  • Very Good place to understand evry part of physics. This place may usefull to Btech students. Well maintained and well decorated. Children can also have fun in evry part of it.
  • If u r science lover, this is the best place for u....u will learn lot about basics of science...there is a 3D movie theatre inside....u can operate the experiments on ur own....kids are gonna love it very much....visit once atleast if u come bangalore...its totally worth it.
  • One of the best science and technology museums i have visited till now. You have possibilities to spent an entire day there and u will never get bored. Dont miss the special shows like the tharamandal
  • Good scientific experience but a li'l less compared to hyderabad's birla science planetarium.