Sudha Cars Museum: Housing the World’s Wackiest Cars!


The Sudha Cars Museum in Hyderabad is truly one of the most unique and wacky museums in the world.  With over 200 models of cars designed in the shape of everyday objects such as a bed, pencil, pen and high heels, the museum is one of a kind. In fact, here you can even find a car in the shape of a toilet seat! The brainchild of Mr. K Sudhakar Yadav, who even has his name registered in the Guinness Book of World Records for building the world’s largest tricycle, the Sudha Cars Museum needs to be visited by both car enthusiasts and non enthusiasts alike.


K. Sudhkar Yadav’s interest in cars developed during his childhood itself. Having spent most of his time at mechanic shops, he was fascinated by the way roadside mechanics could make anything out of nothing. Eventually, he got hooked with this hobby and even ended up designing a bicycle at the age of 14! The very next year, he made his first Easy Riding Motorbike. He also tried his hands at building a four wheeler dune buggy while studying during his intermediate years. This crazy love for constructing wacky vehicles finally led him to start his own museum, which he officially launched in 2010.


Considering this is such a unique museum, I’m sure you’ve already started making plans to visit it. As such, here’s a heads up from our end. First of all, as its spread over the size of the football field, Sudha Cars Museum is one of the largest museums you could go to. And secondly, since this museum houses hundreds of wacky automobiles, it’ll take you at least two hours to explore it thoroughly. As such, you should plan your trip accordingly.


Visiting the Sudha Cars Mseum is pretty easy. As it’s located on the Bahardurgarh X-road near Zoo Park, Hyderabad, it is just 4.7 kms from Nampally Railway Station. As such, boarding a train to this station and then hiring a taxi from there on is the easiest way of reaching it. Alternatively, you can take a flight to the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport and hire a taxi from there to the Bahardurgarh X-road. For more information about this museum, you can log on to

Address: 19-5-15/1/D, Bahardupura X-Road, Near Zoo Park, Hyderabad 500064, Telangana, India

Web Address:

Contact No.: 9391905413

Category: Museum

Operating Hours: 09.30 AM to 06.30 PM (7 days a week)

Cost: Not Available

Easiest way to reach: Via a taxi from Nampally Railway Station


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