Kutch offers many sightseeing options in the district. Some of the most popular sightseeing destinations in the place include the Kutch Museum, the Aina Mahal, the Prag Mahal, Bharatiya Sanskruti Darshan, Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, Roha Fort, Vijay Vilas Palace, etc.
The Kutch Museum is the most popular sightseeing destination in the district and is also the oldest museum of Gujarat. This museum is famous for comprising the largest existing collection of Kshatrapa inscriptions.
Another popular sightseeing destination in Kutch is the Aina Mahal. This is a palace situated in Bhuj whose walls are entirely covered by mirrors. The other part of this Mahal comprises a museum that has a collection of objects like a Dutch Clock, English and French Globes, antique pictures and mechanical toys.
Kutch is also known worldwide for its ancient and historic forts like the Roha Fort, Kanthkot and the Prag Mahal. These palaces belong to the 18th and 19th centuries. However, after the damage caused in the 2001 Gujarat earthquake, these palaces have been damaged.
The Bharatiya Sanskruti Darshan is a cultural centre which has a rare collection of Kutchi folk art and crafts. There are also two ancient ports in Kutch – the Mundra and the Kandla Port. These ports are also amongst the world’s largest ones. The Narayan Sarovar and its temples are also quite prominent tourist attractions of Kutch.