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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
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
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.
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
It was really nice to visit Gargoti. The natural minerals collection in the museum is marvellous. Mr. Pandey's efforts must be complemented for such a vast range of minerals from different parts of the world. One must visit.
The entrance ticket is 200 rupees, but it well worth it. The museum is really well kept and has lots of interesting excebits, we spent more than 1.5 hours exploring it. The most delicious crystals are at the end in Prestige Gallery. There were a...More
I thought of doing a quick tour of Gargoti Museum, max 15 minutes. After all how much time is needed to view a few rocks that too in a small private museum!
And how wrong was I.... I ended up spending a good one hour...More
They told me in Marathi 'Gargoti' means small balls of crystals or stones'. This was my second visit. Established at a silent place. Of a unique type. Excellent collection. One must visit this museum to enhance one's knowledge in stones. Well maintained. Well behaved staff....More