Tamukkam Park Road, Gandhi Nagar, Near Collectorate, Alwarpuram, Madurai, Tamil Nadu 625020, India
Gandhi Memorial Museum Madurai is located in the state of Tamil Nadu. It was established in the year 1959 and inaugurated by the former Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. It was the regal palace of Rani Mangammal that was converted into Gandhi Museum. It is counted among India's 5 Gandhi museums. Gandhi Memorial Museum Madurai is known for its exhibition several items that are associated with Mahatma Gandhi. It also has a blood-stained piece of cloth which Mahatma Gandhi was wearing at the time of his assassination. Several paintings, photographs, letters and sculptures are also present at the museum. Gandhi Museum Madurai is easily accessible via road. Cab service and auto rickshaws are available across the city to reach the museum. Madurai Railway Station is at a distance of 4.5 km while Madurai International Airport is located at a distance of 12 km from the museum.