Visvesvaraya Museum, Vidhana Soudha and Chitrakala Parishath
Visvesvaraya Museum #BangaloreWithTheLalit
For the gadget-oriented, the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technical Museum showcases a wide range of electrical and engineering displays. You can see a lot of interesting stuff, right from a replica of the Wright brothers' 1903 flyer to 21st-century virtual-reality games.
Vidhana Soudha #BangaloreWithTheLalit
The architecture of the Vidhana Soudha is based on Neo-Dravidian style and it presently houses the Legislative Assembly of the State of Karnataka. The huge, carved doors of the cabinet room are made of pure sandalwood. The building also houses a part of the Karnataka Secretariat.
Chitrakala Parishath #BangaloreWithTheLalit
This visual arts gallery is Bangalore’s definitive art institution. A wide range of Indian and International contemporary art is on display at its exhibition galleries. This besides the Parishad houses a permanent display of Mysore-style paintings and folk & tribal art from across Asia. A section is devoted to the works of Russian master Nicholas Roerich, known for his vivid paintings of the Himalayas, and his son Svetoslav.