Open Time : 11AM-7PM {CLOSED MONDAY}

Entry : paid

Address : Museo Camera Centre for the Photographic Arts, Shri Ganesh Mandir Marg, DLF Phase IV, Sector 28, Gurugram, Haryana, India

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Why to visit MUSEO CAMERA

The Museo Camera is a one-of-a-kind antique camera museum that is housed in the urban lanes of Gurugram's DLF Phase 3 and features analogue still and video cameras that are more than a century old. The quirky repository was the idea of Indian photographer Aditya Arya and is a privately funded endeavour.

The museum is a wonderful illustration of our digital lifestyles at this point in history when social media and Instagram news feeds dominate every aspect of our lives. The India Photo Archive's Gurugram headquarters houses the gallery, which features a massive collection of over 1500 cameras from the 1880s to the 1990s.

Highlights of the Museo Camera:

  • The artist's personal items and those given to him by his audience are both included in the museum's collection.
  • In addition to the stunning cameras that line the depository's elegant shelves, pinned images and photographs also describe the process of film photography, including processing images from reels and similar tasks.
  • Additionally, it features a complex exhibition of old artefacts, such as the early flash equipment, vintage photography films, enlargers, light metres, etc.
  • The depository, which is the only one of its sort anywhere, is a must-see location for both professional and amateur photographers.

Entrance timings at Museo Camera:

  • 11AM TO 7PM 
  • The museum is closed on Mondays. 

Entrance fee at Museo Camera:

  • General  Visitors: INR. 200/- Per visitor
  • Foreign Nationals: INR. 300/- Per Visitor
  • Children Under 10 years of Age: Free Entry
  • Government school students (in groups): INR. 50/- Per student 
  • Private School Students (in groups): INR. 100/- Per Student 
  • College Students (in groups): INR. 100/- Per Student


How to reach Museo Camera?

DLF Phase 3 Metro, which is located on the yellow line's rapid transit interchangeable at Sikandarpur Metro, is the metro station closest to Museo Camera. The location is close to the metro, and you can hire a local or a battery-operated rickshaw.

What restaurants are near Museo Camera?

Restaurants near Museo Camera: (0.01 km) Fig at Museo (0.20 km) Calcutta's Chef (0.20 km) Just Like That

What hotels are near Museo Camera?

Hotels near Museo Camera: (0.21 km) OYO 27963 Dreamland (0.23 km) OYO Townhouse 032 Galleria Market (0.24 km) Olive Service Apartments Gurgaon

Special Tip

Only those having a previous appointment with the artist can visit the museum. You can make appointments by calling 9810009099. Additionally, there is a cafe called Fig at Museo with a lovely ambiance where you can unwind, read, and drink coffee. It is a fantastic place for breakfast because it opens at 8 am.

By Aryan Prasad

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