Samudrika Musium

Destination Details

Get ready for a different kind of “marine experience”! If you think a museum is boring, well think again. Samdurika Naval Marine Museum is Situated opposite to the Andaman Teal House, Delanipur, Port Blair Andaman & Nicobar islands & this island is motto is to spread awareness of various oceanic enviornment. Samudrika Marine Museum, also called Naval Marine Musuem, showcases marine life at its finest.

The Rooms

Samudrika Marine Museum has strategically divided the place into five rooms to show different aspects of Andaman Islands. But before you enter the rooms, make sure you camera click to your heart’s content the huge blue whale skeleton welcoming all guests.

9.00 AM TO 12.30 PM & 2.00 PM TO 4.30 PM (CLOSED ON MONDAY & Govt. HOLIDAYS)
Adults:- 50/- & CHIDREN:- 25/-


A popular tourist attraction of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the Samudrika Naval Naval Museum is located in Port Blair, the capital. This museum is also known as the Fishing Museum. With a wide range of facilities, the museum provides extensive information on the island's ecology, flora, fauna, tribal communities and marine life. Various fish, coral and shellfish collections are also kept in a small aquarium at the museum. Upon entering, you will see a giant blue whale skeleton stranded in Nicobar. Operated by the Indian Navy, the museum has five galleries with the history, geography, anthropology and marine biology of the Andaman. Along with all this, there is also a small zoo where saltwater crocodiles are kept in Haddo in the Andaman Islands. The best time to visit the Samudrika Naval Museum is the winter and summer months from October to May. This is also the dry season. At this time, the weather is pleasant and perfect for outdoor and water sports activities. June to September is the rainy season and off-season in the Andaman. You should avoid this period as it is characterized by heavy rain, whirlwind weather and strong winds.