Prabas Patan Museum

Why?
  • Derives its name from Prabhas Patan, a pilgrimage site.
  • It is believed that the Moon God worshipped this Shivling at this place.
  • Houses the remnants of the earlier temples, in the form of a clutter of old carved stones that are littered in a courtyard.
  • Holy waters of different rivers, inscriptions, 5 domes, 12th century toranas, pillars, stone apsaras, 11th century statues of Lord Agni, Uma Maheshwara, Lord Vishnu, Parwati and Natra Bhairava.
Location
  • 1.1 km from Somnath Railway Station
Timing
  • 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Entrance Fee
  • Rs.2 (Indian) 
  • Rs.50 (Foreigner)
Restaurants nearby
  • Local eateries available
Gallery
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