The Kutch Museum which was previously known as the Ferguson Museum was constructed in 1877. The museum has a great collection of relics depicting the culture and history of Bhuj and the surroundings. It is the most ancient museum in Gujarat.
The Chattardi or the Cenotaphs Complex was constructed using red stones. The tombs of the monument were destroyed owing to the earthquakes that took place in since 1819. This polygon-shaped complex has many balconies in addition to a sophisticatedly engraved roof. The cenotaphs were regarded as memorial sites for the noble family.
India Holiday Mall offers a myriad of tour packages to various prominent cities all across the country. Despite having been hit by a colossal earthquake and being completely razed, Bhuj has significantly regained the reputation of being one of the prominent tourist destinations. Bhuj allows you to experience a wide range of civilisations and significant events that took place in South Asia.
You also get an opportunity to explore the places associated with the Alexander the Great's journey into India and palaces, tombs and many other monuments that were established during the reign of the Jadeja Rajputs, the British Raj, the Gujarat Sultans and the Naga Chiefs. All in all, this is the best perfect place to go to witness the rich heritage of Gujarat.