The Regional Museum of Natural History at Mysore, is a historical center in India with shows on plants, creatures and geography of the southern area of India. The Regional Museum of Natural History at Mysore, was initiated on 20 May 1995. It was embraced by the legislature of India, service of condition and woods. The exhibition hall is situated on the banks of Karanji Lake, with the Chamundi Hills noticeable out of sight. It is presently a milestone in the city. The historical center shows plants, creatures and topography of the southern locale of India. The exhibitions underline the preservation of nature and normal assets while portraying biological interrelationship among plants and creatures.
Outwardly tested understudies can feel the shows of creatures on the premises. The exhibition hall gives an extracurricular action to schools and advances ecological mindfulness. On the grounds of the historical center is a little professional flowerbed with neighborhood trees and an accumulation of plants utilized in Ayurvedic drug. The patio nurseries incorporate an interpretative trail area intended for the outwardly hindered with signs in brail as well as an indented foot scaffold to give a "stroll in water" understanding of sea-going plants and fishes. Gallery caretakers portray this segment as "the primary exhibition hall plant for the outwardly weakened in India".