The Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery in Vadodara was worked in 1894 on the lines of the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Science Museum of London. Major Mant in relationship with R. F. Chisholm who refined a portion of Mant's best attempts to make real Indo-Saracenic engineering structured the Building of this Museum. Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III having a place with the Gaekwad line of the Marathas established the museum in 1887. The museum building was finished in 1894, when it opened to people in general.
Development of the workmanship gallery initiated in 1908, was finished in 1914, however did not open until the point when 1921 as the First World War postponed exchange of pieces from Europe planned for the gallery. It saves a rich accumulation of workmanship, form, ethnography and ethnology. A few of the artistic creations are unique as well as perfect works of art at the picture gallery. The picture gallery which offers an amazing accumulation of firsts by popular British painters Turner and constable and numerous others pull in sightseers from all aspects of the nation. The Egyptian mummy and skeleton of a blue whale are significant attractions for the individuals who visit the museum. Other fortune incorporates the well known Akota bronzes dating the 5th Century AD, an accumulation of Mughal miniatures, an undeniable gallery of Tibetan Art and oils by a few European experts.