Sanskriti Museums was established in 1990 by O. P Jain, Sanskriti Foundation (non-for profit organization). It consists of a set of three museums; Museum of Everyday Art, Museum of Indian Terracotta and Museum of Indian Textiles. This 8 acres of cultural goal mine is well connected to Gurgaon. It is located at a distance of 17 kms from Gurgaon city.

Situated among a lush habitat, its aesthetic appeal is undeniable with its banyan trees, pond lotus blooms and exquisite wall arts. Sanskriti Museums offer insight into daily objects including ritual and household items and even children toys. One can indulge in excellent terracotta art, sculptures and figurines, a representation from various tribes from all over India. A cultural escape, this museum gives an enriching insight into India's heritage and culture to everyone who walks in. Sanskriti Museums are well researched and display beautiful art, which is a must for all art lovers out there.

The foundation organizes cultural programs and workshops varying from a course on Indian Cinemas to a Ceramic Fest and Yoga. The foundation also has fellowships which aims to promote excellence in young artist in their respective fields.

Sanskriti Museums are a hidden gem near the city of Gurgaon and are perfect for a calm and serene getaway from the city. Sanskriti Museums provide free parking space inside the main gate and have no entrance fees. Sanskriti Museums can be visited during timings 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM from Tuesday Sunday. The museum is closed on Monday and all public holidays.