The Artillery Museum in Nashik is the biggest artillery museum in not just Maharashtra or India but Asia as well. It was relocated to India during the India-Pakistan partition. It is spread across 2 floors and is considered one of the best artillery centers in India for training the pupils of the Indian Army. On display in this museum are a number of vintage and modern weapons that offer a sight to behold to all the visitors. It is located behind the hills of the beautiful Pandavleni caves and on the foothills of the Sahyadri Mountain Range. This beautiful location makes it an even more appealing tourist spot. Bofors guns, cannons, tanks, military agreements, and different paintings and pictures of historical events are also showcased in this museum.
It Is Known For:-
1) The humongous size and the countless modern as well as vintage weapons that it has on display.
2) The beautiful location that is right on the foothills of the Sahyadri Mountain Range and behind the Pandavleni caves.
3) The photographs and paintings of the memorable historical events that took place in the history of India-Pakistan partition.
4) The AOP and the MIG-23UM aircrafts that are on display also attract many tourists.
Best Time To Visit:-
The months from October to March are great with respect to the weather of the city as these are cool months when you can easily stroll through the city and enjoy your time. The national holidays and other special days like Army day etc., are also a great time to plan a visit to this artillery museum to see special preparations.
Reaching the Artillery Museum in Nashik is very easy owing to its location in Deolali Gaon in Nashik. It is easily connected by the road and local transport and buses can take you here.
Nearest Airport:- Ozar Airport
Nearest Railway Station:- Nashik Road Railway Station
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