Pushpa Gujral Science City

Pushpa Gujral Science City is one of the largest science cities in India. The Pushpa Gujral Science City at Jalandhar was built over an area of 72 acres of land.

The Pushpa Gujral Science City at Jalandhar is located on the Jalandhar-Kapurthala road and is named after the mother of Shri I K Gujral, the former Prime Minister of India. Pushpa Gujral Science City is the second science city of India and aims at providing education, along with fun and amusement. The museum attracts people of all ages, who come to the museum to experience the fun of learning. Pushpa Gujral Science City seems to be a rich blend of curiosity and education.

Pushpa Gujral Science City is the biggest project of its kind in the northern part of India. It contains an 18 foot high model of dinosaur and a GSLV missile. The museum also houses a globe that is made of 26 lakh tiles. The kids' park containing swings, rides, bouncers, etc. attracts huge tourist traffic. Besides, we also come across an artificial lake in the science city. The lake, housed in the Science City, forms the center of attraction. The lake allows the tourists to indulge in pedal boating.

Pushpa Gujral Science City of Jalandar is more than a theme park. The museum enables the visitors to enjoy the marvels of science. The museum seems to be an amalgamation of knowledge and fun. Pushpa Gujral Science City is a must watch for the tourists touring around Jalandhar.

Last Updated on 17th Dec 2012



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