The Statue of Unity is connected to Kevadia via a 3.5 kilometre long four lane road.
It is close-by and at a walkable distance.
Cancellations and Refunds Policy is given here (https://soutickets.in). Tourists who have booked tickets online or well in advance can cancel tickets from ‘My Tickets’ in their login. Refunds will be paid automatically as per the cancellation policy mentioned in above said website. Tourists can also upgrade the tickets from the counter, though this is subject to availability of tickets.
Tourists can carry either a soft or hard copy of the ticket. In case, if both the tickets are misplaced or forgotten, he/she can login to http://soutickets.in on any smartphone through his/her registered mobile number and get the soft copy of e-ticket.
Your tickets are already inclusive of bus fare and you need not pay extra bus fare.
There are no charges for kids below 3 years. Charges are applicable for children from 3 to 15 years.
Yes, there is a Food Court at Statue of Unity.
The ticket is valid for one day.
Yes, wheelchairs are provided for the specially-abled.
Both cash and cards are accepted as payment. Please note that only Indian currency is accepted.
No, you can visit only as per your allotted slot timing of the ticket.
Yes, there are high-speed elevators to reach the Viewing Gallery.
No, pets are not allowed at the Statue of Unity.
Yes, there are restrooms at multiple locations.
A visit to the Statue of Unity takes about 5 hours.
No, there is no discount scheme for students.
Yes, there are many guides available at the Statue of Unity.
Parking for four-wheeler vehicles is chargeable.
Parking for two-wheeler vehicles is free.
You can visit the ticket booth from Tuesdays to Sundays during the timing mentioned on http://soutickets.in.
Please do not worry as a team will be present to help you at the counter.
No, a foreign visitor need not buy a separate ticket.