Not many people are aware that there is a museum in Gurgaon by the name of, Urusvati Museum of Folklore. This museum is now becoming popular amongst the travellers and locals alike.Towards the exteriors the museum looks like a farmhouse, however on stepping inside the premises one notices that how this two-storeyed building demonstrates the true traits of the golden era, which has been forgotten by the new generation. The museum depicts the traditions of the folk classes in the Northern and Central India, by ways and means of the romantic and love stories.
There are numerous wall hangings, paintings, dioramas, handicrafts, sculptures and pottery and adorning the walls of the museum which narrates the stories of love through various historic artifacts and remains. Upon visiting this place you will see a painting of Bahadur Shah Zafar's wife on the wall, which is displayed amidst the beautiful craft of phulkari dupattas.
The museum is spread in between the beautiful and well cultivated fields; the area truly narrates an environment of peace along with the traditional values and culture which goes back to history! This place can be visited at all days of the week except Mon at 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM. The entry fee is 50 Rs. per person.