Remember Bhopal Museum
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JohnMA12345
Cardiff, UK605 contributions
oct. 2019 • En couple
You don’t understand the true scale of the tragedy that hit Bhopal until you visit this museum.

The museum is privately run and relies on donations as the Government want to hide this tragedy. It is basically a private house. It can be a little tricky to find as it is in the middle of a lot of houses. We parked and walked the last 100 yards following google maps. It is actually a little distance from where the actual plant was but the location is perfect on google maps.

Yes the house is a little run down and it’s not the best museum but that’s missing the point. The story & the photos are harrowing & you need to visit to understand the true scale of what an American company did to Bhopal with little consequence for them. Forget Chernobyl, this was way worse.

Go visit & donate some money.
Écrit le 17 octobre 2019
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sunilk2100
New Delhi, Inde445 contributions
mai 2018 • En solo
As the name suggests the museum is made in the remembrance of that worst event in history of Bhopal...
Écrit le 28 avril 2019
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Invincible
130 contributions
janv. 2019 • En famille
it reminds of that dreadful night of incident. very informative, must visit especially for students.
Écrit le 31 mars 2019
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TheOmniscience
341 contributions
janv. 2019 • En solo
Really informative but also at same time sad. the museum is dedicated to the incident of bhopal gas tragedy were thousands died due to a gas leakage. every indian must see the real horrors of incident.
Écrit le 31 mars 2019
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Julia K
7 contributions
janv. 2018 • En solo
Donation based museum of the chemical catastrophy in the 80s. Highly informative but uneasy facts. Also very friendly people who run the place and are involved in further activities to help victims which are eager to tell you more if you are interested.
Écrit le 16 janvier 2018
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mayanksahu9494
Bombay, Inde133 contributions
déc. 2017 • En famille
Went there after a thought. The museum evokes sadness and showcases a different aspect of the city that people have forgotten over time .
Écrit le 28 décembre 2017
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MRichardson2014
Lake of Bays, Canada935 contributions
nov. 2017 • En couple
The Remember Bhopal Museum is run by volunteer NGO ( so no government influence) in a hard to find housing 'colony' near the Union Carbide plant ruins . This small museum has mainly photographs but also voice recordings. Very Tragic. No admission - donations accepted. The chemical tanks that did not leak in the disaster still hold the poison which can and do seep into the air, soil and water and have impacted 3 generations. Well worth a visit.
Écrit le 27 décembre 2017
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pearljam2014
Bangalore, Inde26 contributions
sept. 2017 • En famille
This museum evokes sadness, but is pretty well done. There are detailed explanations and pictures depicting the tragedy that happened.

But I feel that some points mentioned might be exaggerated, bordering on activism.

Location is hard to find, though it is marked correctly on google maps. It is inside an apartment/complex.
Écrit le 30 septembre 2017
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BangkokLoft
Yeovil, UK575 contributions
janv. 2017 • En couple
It is with some regret that we give this just 3 stars. The topic is so important and it is so vital to learn and understand the full injustice and horror of the event and what has followed.
The museum is kept going by a band of worthy volunteers and there are some good exhibits and pictures and some audio tracks in English. The testimony of doctors and survivors is powerful and informative.
That said it is a nightmare to find. Tucked away in a small side street a fair way from the centre it is poorly signposted and taxi drivers and even the locals appear not to know where it is. It is about 20 to 30 metres from its label on google maps.
In a house with two floors the displays are a bit tired and many of the audio offerings no longer work. No staff spoke English though a very helpful man contacted through their web site was a great help in finally finding it.
We left sorry that at the time Governments did not seem to care. Sorry that since then it has repeatedly been brushed under the carpets. Sorry for the poor people from the slum areas who were most affected and had no voice. And sorry that no one gives this important museum a maintenance budget.
All that said we are glad we went and would encourage others to do the same.
Écrit le 3 janvier 2017
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Engywuck
Cologne, Allemagne48 contributions
nov. 2016 • En couple
This small privatly run museum helps to keep the memory of the dreadful and deadly catastrophy in Bhopal alive. Pictures and exhibits help to gain insight to what happenend in 1984 and the most moving part is to listen to the many interviews with survivors and witnesses.
The visit is free but there is a donation box to help to support the museum.The place is not so easy to find but you can relay on the location given by google maps.
Écrit le 26 décembre 2016
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