Four Day Kolkata Industrial Tour Itinerary
Day 1, Arrive at Kolkata, meet and greet by our representative , transfer to pre-booked hotel, check in , relax a bit, post lunch Kolkata Industrial Visit at First Company, followed by Dinner and Night Stay at the Hotel .
Day 2, After Breakfast, depart for industrial visit , after industrial visit , visit Indian Museum, the largest museum in the Asia Pacific region and one of the oldest in the world. Founded in 1814 by the Asiatic Society, this multi-functional, three-story museum houses, galleries of art, archaeology, geology, industry and animal collections. You'll find a vast collection of rare artifacts, fossils, and more, including 4,000-year-old Egyptian mummies
Followed by dinner and Night stay at the Hotel.
Day 3, After breakfast visit Victoria Memorial, Built in 1901, it is one of the most beautiful buildings in America. This white architectural masterpiece was created in honor of Queen Victoria shortly after her death.
A fusion of European and Mughal architecture inspired by the Taj Mahal. Victoria Memorial Hall has an exquisite collection of original Western and Indian paintings, rare photographs and manuscripts. You'll also find works of art created by inmates at Alipore Jail.
After lunch visit Eco Park , a theme park spread over 480 acres is the largest urban park in India. You can rent a bicycle or a tram, or even buy a small tram ticket to explore the vast park. With a nominal entrance fee of just Rs 30 per person, this huge green oasis is divided into a large number of themed areas.
There is a large man-made lake for boating and water sports, surrounded by a beautiful lakeside promenade lined with coconut trees, butterfly gardens, orchards, wildflower meadows and rose gardens. These are some notable places for nature beauty.
Park has a sculpture garden displaying sculptures of legends from the 19th and 20th centuries, a mask garden with a large display of traditional masks, Biswa Bangla Haat is a supermarket of artworks. authentic art from the cottage industries of West Bengal and Rabi Aranya, a grove dedicated to Rabindranath Tagore's Literary Pieces.
Ecopark's most famous highlight is the Seven Wonders Park, home to beautiful replicas of the Roman Colosseum, the Great Wall of China, the Rio Christ statue, and other man-made wonders of the world. Some areas are free to enter, while others, such as Seven Wonders Park, require an additional fee.
Day 4, After breakfast visit Dakshineswar Kaali Bari, one of the most revered temples in India. Photography is prohibited inside the temple. Shoes and electronics should be stored in a secure external locker. Built in the Navaratna style, Dakshineswar is an architectural treasure. Commissioned by Rani Rashmoni Devi in 1855, the temple is dedicated to her goddess Kali.
Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa and his wife Sarada Devi lived here. He was a teacher at Swami Vivekananda and advocated the unity of all religions in this temple.
Post visit time for shopping and then drop at railway station or bus stop , board bus or train to your destination.
Note : This is Just a Proposed itinerary and might change as per various reason like arrival and departure timing, Kolkata industrial visit dates and timings etc