The TU-142 aircraft and the Kursura submarine museums have been drawing the attention of a lot of tourists in Vizag city. The increase in footfall of the tourists who visited the museums is the proof for the growth of tourism in the city of destiny. Adding much to the delight, a world-class integrated 3d museum and another aircraft museum are soon to be established in the city.
The Sea Harrier Aircraft and 3d Naval Aviation museums would be set up at a cost of 20 Crores at a tourism complex. The complex would be integrated with the ‘Victory at Sea’ memorial, Rajiv Smriti Bhavan and AU Convention Hall which are close by.
An underground subway and a huge underground parking to accommodate more than 800 cars and two-wheelers would be constructed near the complex.
Also, aligning to the parking lot, a huge greenery park would be established.
VUDA Vice-Chairman, Basanth Kumar and Architect Srinivasa Rao mentioned that the tourism complex would be constructed in the likes of those situated in New York, Dallas, Boston and Chicago.
Talking to the reporters, the Human Resource and Development Minister, Ganta Srinivas Rao said that the various mentioned projects would be approved by the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Nara Chandrababu Naidu on his visit to Vizag on June 21.