The Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum ( VTM )
A constituent unit of National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), Ministry of Culture, Government of India, was established in memory of Bharat Ratna Sir M Visvesvaraya. The building, with a built up area of 4000 m2, was constructed in the Cubbon Park, housing various scientific experiments and engines, which was opened by the first Prime Minister of India,Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 14 July 1962. The first gallery set up at VITM on the theme ‘Electricity” was opened to the public on 27 July1965.
Venkatappa Art Gallery (VAG) is situated Bangalore, India, in the vicinity of Cubbon Park and next to the Bangalore Museum as well as the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum. It attracts artists and art lovers from all over Karnataka. The Government of Mysore had decided in 1966 that a gallery/museum was needed that could hold the paintings, musical instruments and plaster of paris bas reliefs which formed the collection of Karnataka’s most famous artist, K. Venkatappa (1886–1965), a pupil ofAbanindranath Tagore
The National of Modern art Musuem.
The National Gallery of Modern Art can be included in the full day sightseeing of Bangalore for those interested. The National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru is set up in the premises of the Manikyavelu Mansion at Palace Road, Bangalore. Spread over an area of 3.5 acres, the gracious heritage building was transformed from a residence into an Art Gallery, with a display space of 1551 square meters to which a new gallery block with a display space of 1260 sq. m. was added. The architecture of the additional block was designed in such a fashion that it merges with the style and ambience of the heritage Manikyavelu Mansion while at the same time fulfilling the requirements of a modern museum.
HAL Aerospace Museum is India's first aerospace museum located at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited premises, in Bangalore. Established in 2001, the Museum is part of the HAL Heritage Centre and Aero Space Museum, and showcases the growth of the Indian aviation industry and HAL for six decades. The museum houses displays of various aircraft and helicopters, Aircraft engine models, Flight simulators, a mock Air Traffic Control Tower and exhibit of Indian aviation history. The Museum is maintained by HAL (one of Asia's largest Aerospace companies).