Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum is an aftereffect of sheer imagination and aesthetic ability. Opened by M.N Gowri, it is a current expansion to the popular attractions in Mysore. There are 150 models and 16 subjects showed for the guests to consider the complexities of sand workmanship. Spread crosswise over 13, 500 square feet region on the Chamundi Hills street, this historical center spotlights chiefly on the legacy of Mysore. A 15 feet high sand statue respects the vacationers to this historical center. You can devour your eyes on gigantic figures of Goddess Chamundeshwari, Laughing Buddha, Dasara parade, zodiac wheel, a hitting work of Gitopadesha with Lord Krishna and Arjuna on a stallion drawn chariot, old human advancement, marine life, Disneyland, Islamic culture, a Christmas tree, Santa Claus and the late Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar situated on the position of authority amid Dasara. It is a place that you can't bear to miss while traveling to Mysore. It is captivating, strengthening and very entrancing.