Rotary Midtown Dolls Museum


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Rotary Midtown Dolls Museum Overview

Ranked 6 of 31 sightseeing in Rajkot

The Rotary Midtown Dolls Museum of Rajkot provides an insight to the culture and traditions of the world through the medium of dolls. Most of the dolls present at this museum have been donated to the place by a large number of rotary clubs, from across 93 countries around the world. This museum was conceived by Deepak Aggarwal in 2001 with a view to provide children a place, where they could gain valuable knowledge about the world by the mode of fun and entertainment .

Main attractions in the place include Cinematheque, which is a cinema theatre for children, where knowledgeable movies are played. These movies are the valuable videos gathered from National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, Britannica and many other multimedia educational CDs’. Besides, the museum also comprises Info Kiosks, which are touch screen computers installed within the museum in its information library.

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Jagdish Raval

Jagdish Raval3.6/5

415 reviews

A Beautiful Mueseum

Rotary Dolls Museum is run by Rotary Club of Rajkot since 2001. Here there are hundreds of dolls including got donated from foreign countries are kept in show case. A nice concept. Can be better visit if you are with children.

Meghna Baid

Meghna Baid5.0/5

11 reviews

Great display of dolls

A great exhibit of dolls from around the world displaying varied culture, environment, attire and festivals. The surprise package was the African dolls, I had never even wondered that the dolls can be negro. Amazingly beautiful and very well-maintained. Pls check the timing before going as it is closed in the afternoon. It does not have washrooms, one has to use the washrooms situated at the parking of the building.

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