Ahmedabad, a city with a rich cultural heritage and vibrant art scene, showcases diverse artistic traditions in its museums and galleries.

The Calico Museum of Textiles, managed by the Sarabhai Foundation, showcases court textiles, religious textiles, tie-dyed fabrics, and 19th-century regional embroidery from the 15th to 19th centuries in Ahmedabad.

The Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum in Navrangpura, designed by BV Doshi, showcases Indian art, including sculptures, manuscripts, paintings, and modern currencies, offering a timeless journey for visitors.

The Auto World Vintage Car Museum at Nikol showcases art beyond paintings and sculptures, featuring vintage cars, motorcycles, utility vehicles, and horse carriages for motor enthusiasts.

Sanskar Kendra, designed by Le Corbusier in 1954, houses the Patang Kite Museum and the City Museum, both dedicated to kite flying and religious and artistic artefacts.

The Kasturbhai Lalbhai Museum, owned by a business tycoon, showcases a diverse range of paintings from various traditions and styles.

The Shreyas Folk Museum, established in 1977, showcases Gujarat's diverse handicrafts, including embroidery, woodcarving, metalwork, leatherwork, wind, percussion, stringed instruments, and classical and folk music.

Vichaar Museum, established in 1981, is renowned for its vast collection of utensils from the Indian subcontinent, including stainless steel, zinc, mud, copper, and glass.