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Rabindra Tirtha was built by the West Bengal Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation (WBHIDCO) and opened its doors in 2012. This cultural complex and research institute is an ode to Rabindranath Tagore, one of India's famous sons who inspired many across the world with his literature and Santiniketan. Reminiscent of his ashram, this center has a rustic appeal to it and is spread across 1.98 hectares (4.89 acres) of land. It comprises of art galleries, a mini movie theater, music room, an auditorium, a library, a cafe, souvenir shop and two exhibition halls, one with portraits of the Nobel laureate and the other has his paintings and archives. It also has dorms and cottages for researchers. You can catch all the movies inspired by this eminent author or documentaries on him at the cinema hall. Tagore fans will also enjoy the vast selection of his songs in the music room.
Eco Park, New Town became operational in the year 2013. This park is an effort for sustainable development and also acts as scenic getaway from the main city. The park is usually visited by those who wish to escape the dullness of the monotonous city life, sometimes batches of students come here to see the workings of nature, giving the park a very lively yet peaceful vibe. When you visit the city, do make a trip to the Eco Park, New Town, as it acts as a break from the concreteness of the city.
Kolkata Museum of Modern Art; located in Kolkata was established in 2013. The museum is dedicated to contemporary art and the main purpose of the museum is to promote young artists.
Sabarna Sangrahashala is a museum about the family of Sabarna Roy Choudhury. It has historical documents and rare articles of history. Some of them include Kabilatipatras dating from the 18th and 19th centuries and signature of Kavi Ramprasad Sen dated 1794. This museum was established in the year 2005 in order to spread awareness preserving historical source materials. This museum also has a metal candle stand dated 1795, grinding wheels dated 1845, metal hookah from 1878 and an earthen rice pot dated 1840.