Places to visit in Kutch – Kutch Tourism

Places to visit in Kutch

Places to visit in Kutch Kutch Tourism – Tourist Places In Gujarat – You can see Rann of kutch ,Museum , Palaces and many more things here.

Great Rann of Kutch

  • It covers an area of 23000 square kilometers.
  • It is divided into two parts:
  • There are two Ranns of Kutch, the Great Rann and the Little Rann.
  • Amazing place to be here with family, friends, or a couple, very truly said about this place “Kutch nahi dekha to kuch nahi dekha”
  • Roaming hours in this area are from 6 am to 8 pm
  • The time for Ranmahotsav is from November to February

Vijay Vilas palace

  • Yuvraj Singh Vijayaraj is the owner of this palace
  • It is made of red sandstone
  • Area – 45 acres.
  • The royal family of Kutch resides here.

Kutch museum

  • Entry fee – approx. 10 to 50 rs.
  • Opening hours – 10 am to 5 pm [in between lunch break]
  • Established on 1 July 1877
  • Previously known as – Ferguson Museum.
  • Located near hamirsur lake
  • You can see musical instruments, paintings, coins, carvings and antique collections here.

Prag mahal

  • Made by raja Rao pragmalji in 1865
  • Entry Fee for Indian – approx. 20
  • For foreigner – approx. 100
  • For camera they charge separately
  • Opening hours – 9 am to 12 pm and then after lunch break

Bhujiyo dungar

  • A place filled with adventure
  • Height – approx. 160 meters above sea level
  • The construction work was started by Rao Parameshwaraji in 1715 and finished in 1741.
  • The Fort has a small square tower dedicated to ‘Bhujang Nag’ (snake deity).

Black Hill

At this place is a 400-year-old temple dedicated to Guru Dattatreya.

Tourist Places Near Vadodara Within 100 Kms


  • Dholavira is a village in the district of Kutch in Gujarat’s Khadirbet village. 
  • This place contains the remains of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization and the Harappa culture.
  • It was established in 2650 BCE.

Aina Mahal –

  • Entry fee – approx. 10 to 30 rs.
  • Opening hours – 9 to 12 and then 3 to 6 pm
  • Also known as the Shish Mahal
  • Maharao Lakhpatji constructed this palace in the 17th century
  • The building has been converted into a museum.
  • Despite being badly damaged in the earthquake; some areas are still open to tourists.

Folk Art Museum 

  • Entry fee – approx. 10 to 100 [separate charges for camera]
  • Opening hours – 9 to 6 pm  [with lunch break]
  • Closed on – Sunday
  • The museum features a rich collection of carvings and musical instruments representing the culture of Kachchh.

Tourist Places Near Pune Within 100 Km

Sharad Baug Palace

  • Entry fee – approx. 10 to 50 rs.
  • Opening hours – 9 am to 6 pm [in between luch break]

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