Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History, Sawai Madhopur attracts more than 20000 visitors (both International and Domestic) per month because of its thematic Galleries, Exhibitions, Educational activities, Biodiversity park, Library, Auditorium, Medicinal Garden, Cactus & Succulent garden, Lush green campus and also for its unique fort like building.
Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History, Sawai Madhopur linked more than 2500 schools, college, institution and NGOs etc (on whatsApp, e-mail) for direct communication to rural as well as urban students for educational programme/activities round the year.
Expert educational staff reaches to rural area to organized educational activities as per direction.
Developed campus Biodiversity Park and fixed fibrous models of Dinosaurs, Elephant, Tiger, Leopard, wild boars, Spotted Deer, Saurus cranes, Great Hornbills, Gharials, and larger than life fibrous models of Grasshoppers, Agaricus/mushroom, Honey bees, king cobra and green turtles etc as outdoor exhibits with proper labels to enhance the knowledge of the visitors.
Developed Cactus & Succulent garden to show difficult life of desert for educational purpose.
Developed Medicinal garden/Herbal garden with proper labelling for educational purpose.
Developed large and beautiful water lily pond to show water ecosystem.
Maintaining aquariums to show life under water.
Fixed 35 ft long Allosaurus fiber model with proper labels in lush green campus to show age of dinosaurs (The Mesozoic Era).
Large and beautiful fountain with three tier Kota Red sand stone has been fixed in central lawn which increases aesthetical value of this museum.
Large parking for more than 120 four wheeler vehicle in basement area.
Developed curriculum based thematic galleries and exhibition with walk through forest for Midas touch towards environment & Nature.
Developed Rain Water Harvesting system in huge museum building and linked the same with two bore well (400 ft depth) to recharge the groundwater and available for interpreting the same for educational purpose.
Developed the vermin-composting and preparing organic manure by using organic matter (green waste like as leaves etc) of the huge lawn of this museum.
Lift facility is available from underground parking to second floor.
Tactile Tile pathways developed and linked the same to all galleries and exhibitions.
Live demonstration is available to all visitors from technical units as Modelling & Art section etc to enhance the knowledge of the visitors.
Provided a platform to local artists to demonstrating the Wildlife painting in different medium (oil, acrylic and water colour, black lamp sooth etc) and dedicated a gallery to them in which they exhibits their wildlife paintings to reach globally.