This aircraft carrier is also quite huge, is a real aircraft carrier transformation, the facilities in the museum are also quite sound, you can see some very unique content about this year, but also a quite interesting facility.
The Museum of the Vikrant Aircraft Carrier Museum has a dedicated section providing detailed information on the 1971 war operations and the contribution of the Vikrant aircraft carrier to history. To reach the ship museum, visitors must take a ferry from the dock near the Indian Gateway.
The Vikrant was built in 1945 as the Royal Navy's majestic-class aircraft carrier Hercules during World War II and was rebuilt by India in 1957 and served in the Indian Navy. Currently open to the public as a maritime museum, it displays Indian Navy uniforms, equipment, and artifacts and materials during the war.
The Vikrant Aircraft Carrier Museum was a military base left by British colonial rule, and was converted into a museum by the local government after independence. The museum can be seen in the collection of various naval equipment during World War II, especially the aircraft carrier Hercules.
See. The Vikrant Aircraft Carrier Museum was a military base left by British colonial rule, and a museum converted by the local government after India's independence.