About Goa Chitra Museum
Victor Hugo is the proprietor of the museum; a place where one get such great heritage and rich and divine culture. The ethnographic museum implements Goa’s past tribute to its founder to the ancestors and a way of life based as an age-old wisdom passed down to the generation.
The building exposed masonry and oyster shell window. The floor is designed with sixteen feet high oil-grinding implementation as its focal point. The floor is a work of art displaying a pale green china mosaic pattern with occasion of contemporary colors and tradition. In this Creating awareness among the general public of Goa's indigenous Art forms, their origins and development through history.
The museum is a set against pretty backdrop of an organic farm, started with mere collection of 200 items originally and now it have reached with 4000 objects. The objects displays items by the Goans in the olden days. The place strongly adheres to the philosophy of reutilization and retaining resources without wasting.
The place is located in Benaulim on St. John; the Baptist church road. The place is opened all day from 9am to 6 pm except Mondays.