Mahatma Phule Museum is a museum located in Pune, a city in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It was founded in 1890 and was then called the Poona Industrial Museum, and subsequently it was named Lord Reay Museum. In 1968 it was renamed as Mahatma Phule Museum. The museum has housed a library due to the fact that its inception. It includes books that cowl a ramification of topics, especially those on historic technologies and museology.
The museum carries sections that contain some photos, charts, models and machines and science fashions. The shows are related to enterprise and engineering, geology and minerals, handicrafts and cottage industries, agriculture, forestry, natural history and armoury. The armoury has guns of the Mughal and Maratha length. There are charts that detail diverse forts in Pune district. The herbal history phase has a taxidermy collection of diverse species of animals, birds, insects, snakes and fishes.
The industrial section has fashions of Indian hydro-electric powered and irrigation tasks and oil refining strategies that specify scientific agriculture. The museum publishes the technological know-how monthly Srishtidnyan which explains medical improvement to lay individuals in a simple language. It is the pioneer Marathi famous technology month-to-month, mounted in 1928. Scientists and experts in different branches of sciences and era make contributions popular articles to the journal.