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Gargoti Mineral Museum

| D-59, Midc, Sinnar 422113, India
+91 2551 230 866
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Gargoti is nice experience

I visited to Gargoti Mineral Museum on 31st Dec situated in Sinnar, Nashik(M.H.) about 30 km from... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ankush K
Fascinating place to be...

It has got a varied collection on rare stones, artifacts made out of natural stones. They have... read more

Reviewed 24 January 2018
GPhadnis
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Mumbai, India
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| D-59, Midc, Sinnar 422113, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I visited to Gargoti Mineral Museum on 31st Dec situated in Sinnar, Nashik(M.H.) about 30 km from Nasik road stn. Entry fees was 100/- per head. Watching different types of stones and minerals from different parts of World is always a good experience. But some...More

1  Thank Ankush K
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Reviewed 24 January 2018

It has got a varied collection on rare stones, artifacts made out of natural stones. They have collected these pieces from various parts of country from the excavations. They have also keep on upgrading the museum by adding new stuffs. The Ganpati idol at the...More

Thank GPhadnis
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

Museum is in Sinnar, 38 km from Nasik. This is a private museum started by Mr. Pandey. There is a rare collection of precious and semi precious minerals and gems. This museum is considered as first of its kind. It is the world's biggest private...More

2  Thank Abhi62001
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Reviewed 2 January 2018 via mobile

Beautiful crystals preserved by nature, unearthed, cleaned and displayed to show earth's inner workings and beauty. Rs 100/person entry fee is well worth it for the approximately 45 minutes long guided tour. The museum is located 50 minutes drive from Nashik, in the middle of...More

Thank RRGTA
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Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

A nice experience to see in real what we had seen only in science books. This place is a personal collection of crystals & stones arranged for public display with apt information regarding them. Particular highlights arr stones glowing in black light and then there...More

Thank Nikhil D
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

The Gargoti Mineral Museum is a Private Museum owned by a Company that specializes in discovering, processing and selling a wide variety of different types of Zeolites and other Minerals that are found in various parts of Maharashtra and other parts of India as well....More

Thank TrevorSaldanha
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Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

The museum is extremely well kept. The people there were extremely knowledgeable and very helpful. They even helped us out with a wheelchair for our old uncle .

Thank Mozanne K
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Reviewed 23 July 2017

Amazing collection of rocks and gem stones. Do not miss this. This is a personal collection and is now open for public. As soon as you enter, your group gets a personal guide (included in the ticket - rs. 100 for an adult). They will...More

Thank VeeDee2309
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Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

A must visit place on your visit to Nasik or Shirdi. The museum has a phenomenal collection of various types of natural stoned and minerals. The collection leaves you bedazzled. The efforts put in by K.C Pandey, Director, of the museum are truly appreciable.

Thank Ranjit S
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Reviewed 31 March 2017

This museum has a collection of special rocks, gem stones and other surprises which Mother Earth can only produce. It was an exciting trip to see the various rocks and ' masterpieces' of Mother Earth which left us enthralled .most of the rocks are sourced...More

Thank ashwin99
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