There are several museums in Hyderabad but one that stands out because of its uniqueness is Car Museum. This museum is the world’s only handmade car museum with cars modeled on various objects like cricket ball, computer, camera etc. The museum is also listed on Limca Book of Records and Guinness Book of World Records for making world’s largest tricycle in the world. Another important aspect is all the cars are built by one person named Mr. Sudhakar

Believe It Or Not
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Ganpati Car
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Football Car
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Sofa Car
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Cricket Bat Car
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Vintage Car
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Shivling Car
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Dining Table Car
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The museum hosts many such cars. The entrance fees is Rs.50 which may appear on a higher side considering that it hardly takes 15-20 mins to see the whole museum. However considering the effort spent in building each car, it seems justified. Overall the museum is worth a quick stop over when you visit Hyderabad. After all you can not find it anywhere else :).

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4 Comments
 
  1. abhibishnu 4 October, 2014 at 9:58 PM Reply

    Interesting to know about this place. Can you give the location? Will try to see it when I am In Hyderabad next.

  2. Udit Sajjanhar 6 October, 2014 at 7:29 PM Reply

    Interesting !

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