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Sayaji Garden – 4 KM

Sayaji Baug is a garden located in Vadodara, Gujarat, India. Also known as "Kamati Baug," it was built by Maharaja Sayaji Rao Gaekwad of Baroda. It is the biggest garden in Western India with the area surrounding more than 100 acres. It has one of the biggest floral clocks in the World and in India. The garden is home to the Baroda Museum & Picture Gallery, the Sardar Patel Planetarium, and the Sayaji Baug Zoo.

Laxmi Vilas Palace & Museum – 4 KM

Laxmi Vilas Palace is one of the most majestic structures in India and was the private residence of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III. Known to be the largest private dwelling of the sizing equivalent to four times of the Buckingham Palace, this magnificent palace is a must-visit when in Vadodara. The striking Laxmi Vilas Palace was constructed in 1890 and took nearly twelve years to complete. Sprawling across an area of about 700 acres, it is still home to the royal family of Vadodara, the Gaekwads. The Laxmi Vilas Palace incorporates several other buildings within its complex including the LVP Banquets and Conventions, Moti Baug Palace, and the Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum building. 

Aurobindo Society – 5 KM

The Aurobindo Ashram, also known as Arvind Ashram or Auro Nivas, is the ashram that was the dwelling place of Aurobindo Ghosh during his stay in Baroda in the years 1894 to 1906. Located at Dandia Bazar in the city of Vadodara in Gujarat, this was the first-ever ashram to gain immense popularity and respect in the southern areas of the state. The Aurobindo Ashram, which contains 23 rooms in all, houses a library, a study room, and a sales emporium. Relics of Sri Aurobindo and all rare books that have been written by or about him can also be found here. The ashram is open to any and every person who is interested in meditation, spirituality or The Mother

Pavagadh – 40 KM

Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in the Panchmahal district in Gujarat, India. It is located around the historical city of Champaner, a city that was founded by Vanraj Chavda, the most prominent king of the Chavda Dynasty, in the 8th century. He named it after the name of his friend and general Champa, also known later as Champaraj. The heritage site is studded with forts with bastions starting from the hills of Pavagadh and extending into the city of Champaner. The park's landscape includes archaeological, historic and living cultural heritage monuments such as chalcolithic sites, a hill fortress of early Hindu capital, and remains of the 16th-century capital of the state of Gujarat.

Amul Museum - 45 KM

The Dairy Museum is located within the Campus of Amul Dairy at Anand. This Museum is dedicated to the Dairy Industry and declared open by Mrs Molly Kurien on 26th November 2000 to mark the 80th birthday of Dr V. Kurien, The Father of White Revolution in India. The Museum has a Photo Gallery and Auditorium. The Photo Gallery gives glimpses of the genesis of Amul and its growth in a pictorial form to visitors and infuses confidence in the principle of co-operation and co-operative organizations. The Auditorium is used for screening of documentaries, interaction with guests, workshops, seminars and other programmes.

Statue of Unity - 90 KM

The Statue of Unity is a colossal statue of Indian statesman and independence activist Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (1875–1950), who was the first Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister of independent India and the chief adherent of Mahatma Gandhi during the non-violent Indian Independence movement. Patel was highly respected for his leadership in uniting 562 princely states of India with a major part of the former British Raj to form the single Union of India. It is the world's tallest statue with a height of (597 ft) 182 meters. It is located on a river-facing the Sardar Sarovar Dam on the river Narmada in the Kevadiya colony, 100 kilometers southeast of the city of Vadodara, and 150 kilometers from Surat.