Nehru Children's Museum

a Project of National Cultural Association



National Cultural Association was founded by Late Jugal Srimal in 1945. The objective of the association was to impart education to children through entertainment with audio visual aids and to make people conscious to fight out superstition and social ills. Inspired by these objectives, a group of enterprising young men with strong convictions in their philosophy of life and ideology, plunged into action to form a society and National Cultural Association was born. The association by now has touched the hearts of millions of children all over the country. Click for details

Nehru Children's Museum is a project of National Cultural Association. The museum remains open for the visitors from Wednesday to Friday from 11 AM to 07 PM and Saturday to Sunday from 10 AM to 07 PM. It remains close on Monday & Tuesday. The Museum is spread into three specious floors with Ramayana, Mahabharata episodes. Ganesha idols and Idols from different countries and the indigenous ones. Entry Fee is Rs. 20/- for 16 years & above and Rs. 10/- under 16 years. Donations may be send by Cheque/DD on "National Cultural Association", payable at Kolkata. Click for details

Course updates

Long term and short term courses are conducted by professional teachers on Music, Song, Choreograph, Art, Recitation and Acting. Click for the course details

Event Notifications

Indian Council for Child Welfare New Delhi National Painting Competition 2018. Click for details
22nd Jugal Srimal Scholarship..... Click for details

Workshop Details

Periodical workshops are held specially during the school vacation days in Summer and winter. These are short term workshops conducted by eminent faculty/celebrities. Click for details