Tourist Places

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The district is home to one of the famous World Heritage Site, the Adalaj Vav (Stepwell). The steps descend five stories, passing beams, columns and brackets that are elaborately carved with geometric, floral and animal designs.
The Calico museum in Ahmedabad is one of the best textile museums in the world, comprising marvelous and well-labeled collection of textile, aircrafts, designs and technology.Location: In the premises of the Sarabhai foundation in the Shahibaug area.
Science City, located at Sarkhej-Gandhinagar Highway promotes science education through hands on learning in the Hall of Science and also has an Energy Park that promotes renewed energy sources.
The lake in Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary in the district is a freshwater body, having rich biodiversity of wide variety of fishes, various vegetation, algae, medicinal plants and over 250,000 birds.
Sarkhej Roza is a mosque, tomb and royal complex that witnesses a blend of Hindu and Islamic designing. Grouped around a great stepped tank is the tomb to the saint, Ahmed Khattu Ganj Baksh (1445), the mosque, the tombs of Mehmud Shah Begada and his queen, and the palace and pavilions.
Ahmedabad has best riverfront at its own type, called Sabarmati Riverfront. Its one of the most innovative project of Gujarat.
Popular celebrations and observances include Uttarayan – Kite festival and Navratri with people performing Garba – folk dance of Gujarat at venues across the district.
Parts of Ahmedabad are known for their specialty of folk art such as embroidery work, Moiri foot wear, mirror and high quality idols of Ganesha.
Other tourist spots in the district are pairs of Shaking Minarets, Gandhi Ashram, Swaminarayan Temple, and City Museum.