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"Auroville wants to be a universal town where men and women from all countries are able to live in peace and progressive harmony above all creeds, all politics and all nationalities. The purpose of Auroville is to realise Human Unity."

What you can see on your visit


At the centre of Auroville stands the Matrimandir, the cohesive force of Auroville.

To see Matrimandir and its gardens from the Viewing Point, you need to pick up a free pass from the Information Desk at Visitors Centre

Access to the Inner Chamber for concentration is presently not possible due to pandemic restrictions. An update will be posted here as soon as bookings for chamber concentration are resumed.

Please be advised that such bookings will always have to made in advance, not for the same day.


These exhibitions were created so that you can get to know about
Auroville better.


The Spirit of Auroville




Sri Aurobindo, the Mother and the Advent of a New World


Ecological Restoration


Auroville‘s best practices


Auroville‘s outreach work


Auroville Handicrafts
Several boutiques showcase Auroville’s handicrafts, ecological products and unique creations.

The Auroville Papers Bookshop offers a selection of Sri Aurobindo and Mother’s books in several languages, Auroville‘s own publications including children’s books as well as a wide variety of titles.

Organic food
Refresh and nourish yourself at our restaurant offering multicuisine based on Auroville’s organic food products.
Visit our open air food court for organic coffees, cakes and bites, Auroville ice creams, tea shop and more...

Please note

Respect for the environment

In Auroville, we make every effort to respect the environment we live in by reducing the use of one time plastic and using bio degradable products. During your visit to Auroville, we would like to remind you to bring your own water bottles, which can be refilled on the spot with our dynamised water. The Visitor Centre provides you with picnic spaces. Please bring your own reusable containers rather than plastic bags which fill our bins unecessarily. As we also follow the government's sanitary procedures with social distancing and wearing of masks, we strongly recommend that you use washable masks. Please help us reduce our carbon footprint!

What else can you see

Auroville is a green city committed to minimise traffic and pollution. Non residents vehicles are not allowed inside Auroville. From the Visitors Centre there are a number of places of interest which you can visit on foot or by cycle. Cycle Rental and Cycle Maps are available on site.

Other places of interest

Some places of interest inside the city are open to receive visitors for workshops and research by prior arrangement only and need to be contacted directly. Please see the Auroville website. If you wish to stay in an Auroville guest house please visit https://guesthouses.auroville.org

Site map

The Visitors Centre is only accessible on foot from the parking. People with disabilities are strongly advised to bring their own wheel chair which they will also need to visit the Matrimandir Viewing Point.

Book your visit now!

We strongly advise you to book your visit online as entries per hour are limited.

Sunday afternoons - Matrimandir Viewing Point - open only until 1.00pm- Visitors Centre open till 6.00pm
Bookings/payments made for later than 1.00pm Sunday valid for entry to Visitors Centre only

All people including you
Please fill the number of vehicles that you are going to bring on your arrival time.
Motor cycle - ₹20
Auto rickshaw - ₹30
Car - ₹100
Van - ₹150
Bus - ₹200