The Hall of Fame Museum constructed and maintained by Indian Army in memory of the brave soldiers who lost their lives in Indo-Pak wars, built in a two-story building with a war memorial at the back, there are lots of sections inside of Army, Air force, ITBP and Ladakh Scouts showcasing their contribution to the service of the nation. You will get to see the artifacts which were captured during the Kargil war such as light machine guns, assault rifles and letters by Pakistani soldiers to their families, they have a vast collection to put forward all the hardship a soldier goes through in those climatic conditions. Not just that they have shown about the flora and fauna of the city too, where you can find out in which region what kind of climate you will experience and wildlife you get to see. Also, there is a section for Siachen glacier showcasing how they survive and the equipment and machinery used by the soldiers.
Naval Aviation Museum in Dabolim, Goa is one of a kind, the museum initially had a small collection of 6 aircraft of World War 2 vintage Sealand, Sea Hawk, Dove, and many others. At present, there are about 15 types of aircraft to showcase how Indian Navy functions and their legend carrier helped in conquering the battles. There is also the scaled model of aircraft carrier INS Viraat, complete with a ski-jump runway, and Sea Harrier jump jets on its deck.
The beautiful city of Vizag is not just known for its pristine beaches, the city also has great relevance in history. Also, India’s oldest shipyard and the headquarters of Eastern Naval Command will give you ample choices to explore the Indian Navy to the fullest. One such museum is INS Kursura Submarine Museum, will give you the whole experience of the life in a submarine. INS Kurusura submarine museum is located on the Rama Krishna Beach, the submarine was built by Russians in 1969 and reached Visakhapatnam in 1970 via the Baltic sea and since then served Indian Navy. It is the first submarine turned into a museum in the whole of Asia and second in the world. The museum depicts the life inside the submarine, how submariners live, and operate the submarine, what all radars and weapons are used. You will also, find guides inside the submarine who will enlighten you about each and everything inside the submarine.
Run by Indian Navy, Samudrika Marine Museum located on the South Andaman Island in the capital city of Port Blair contains a large collection of cells, corals and colorful fishes found in the area. The museum has around five sections and covers the history of the island with their flora and fauna. There are around 350 varieties of marine life and some rare fishes.