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Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum, Mysuru (Mysore)

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
Witness a unique take on the culture and heritage of the city at Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum. The museum showcases 150 sculptures--all on permanent display--made entirely out of sand and water, painstakingly created by local artist M. N. Gowri. Take a short tour of the eclectic collection and admire the art pieces, representing themes from Mysore's history, geography, wildlife, and religion. Use our Mysuru (Mysore) vacation route planner to visit Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum on your trip to Mysuru (Mysore), and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Worth every penny.. great piece of work. Around 16 different huge sand carvings. Also there is a lady who sells nimboo pani opp. Disneyland sculpture. Must try its only for inr 10 
  • the sand sculpture are good but the place is not neat and clean. more is needed to be done and also the ticket rates are high 
  • This sand museum is very good and have a ticket price of Rs 40 which is slightely high, but after seeing the sand art there, people find something new which cant be seen easily. 
  • Its a excellence piece of art .......sometimes i wonder that how can one just use sand to perform his artistic nature......?? the imaginations were brilliant . actually i don't know that weather they were made with only sand or we were not allowed to touch or examine them ..but they were so in one line..." THEY WERE PERFECT "
  • This is quite a nice place - very well done sculptures. Of course, you won't spend more than 10 minutes there, but it's enough to appreciate the work done. Recommended, but don't go out of your way if time is short. Relatively expensive at 50 bucks, but worth it, in my opinion.
  • Sand sculpture. On the way to chamundi hills. Great work
  • It's not worth for 40 rs per person . One or two person can go .. Expensive and not value for money .. But work should be appreciated ,.
  • If you are at Mysore / Visiting Mysore this is one place worth a Visit. About 10 Sand sculptures all together, But they are Good and well crafted. Place is also calm and nice.
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