The Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological museum is located in Bengaluru on Kasthurba Road, beside Karnatkaa State Govt Museum, and is managed by the National Council of Science Museums. The museum was instituted during the centenary celebrations of engineer-statesman Sri Visvesaraya.
The objective of the museum is to educate and create an awareness in the public from its interactive displays. This interactive science centre is divided into floors where each floor follows one scientific discipline.
The 'Engine Hall' displays the engines of different automobiles and these are displayed as moving models showing how each machine works and how the engine performs using its components.
The Electro Technic Gallery displays models related to communication, electricity and electronics. It conducts classic experiments that include Oersted's Experiment, Barlow's Wheel and Faraday's Ring.
The Space Gallery is about space exploration and rocket science. The Dinosaur Alive is one of the highlights of this floor where they also have a Biotechnology Hall.
The Fun Science Gallery has science exhibits using sound, math, fuids, perception and optics. The Science for Children Gallery is for the kids to lears as they have fun engaging in the activities offered.
The other attractions of the museum include a virtual game area, a mini-planetarium and a 3D theatre for the amusement of the visitors.