Sudha Cars Museum

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The Sudha Cars Museum in Hyderabad is a car museum where you can witness all the bizarre and outrageous vehicles in vogue worldwide.

The museum has a sizable collection of historic automobiles, inventive vehicles, trains with sections shaped like jewelry, cars in the shapes of purses, lipsticks, and other bizarre and imaginative collections of vehicles.

The museum is notable for its brilliant intellect and originality.

This museum is the ideal choice if you're searching for a unique date idea or want to take your kids somewhere they'll laugh and squeal with delight instead of crying like they do at other museums. So come on over. Get excited!

Things to do at Sudha Car Museum:

  • Learn about the founder and his vision:

Kanyaboyina Sudhakar founded the Sudha Cars Museum in 2010 as a private institution where he showed his hand-built automobiles. s quest began when he built his first 'basic Rider bike' at 15.

He holds the Guinness World Record for building the world's largest tricycle for the first time and is the creator of the Sudha Cars Museum. In addition to creating the world's tiniest train, which has a capacity of 10 people and is 19 feet long, he also discovered the largest tricycle in the world.

  • Witness every automobile has been individually created to resemble commonplace items:

When you enter the museum, you will be amazed to see how many everyday things have been transformed into automobiles, such as a burger and a camera lens. The museum has vehicles shaped like a camera, a book, a sofa set, a pocketbook, shoes, and other objects. More surprisingly, every one of these automobiles is handcrafted.

Each car includes a plaque that offers information about the manufacturer, the vehicle's speed capacity, and how long it took to create the car.

  • imageDuration Required
    2 hours

Address of Sudha Cars Museum

19-5-15/1/D, Bahadurpura, Hyderabad India

Opening & Closing time of Sudha Cars Museum

  • Monday
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