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30 Major Attractions of the Historic City - Delhi

Delhi which is the capital city of India is a perfect blend of the historical and Modern eras. Delhi is divided into two parts Old Delhi and New Delhi. Old Delhi is ground with historical monuments and Markets. On the other hand, New Delhi has various shopping malls and other such attractions. Delhi has a wide network of metro that connects to the major attractions of this place.

Chandni Chowk which is the heart of old Delhi is also the oldest and busiest Marketplace. Some of the historical monuments that are located in Old Delhi are Red Fort, Humayun Tomb, Jama Masjid, Purana Qila, etc which speak about the Mughal history of this place while New Delhi has structures like Akshardham temple, Lotus temple, and ISKON temple which are the marvelous examples of brilliant architecture.

Some of the best places that can be explored in the evening time are Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate, and Rajpath. Delhi is also famous for its lip-smacking tempting cuisines other than this one can also fulfill their Desire to shop in Delhi. Following are the topmost activities and places that can be visited in Delhi:

1. Red Fort

Red Fort is a massive fort that is located at a rise of 33 m in old Delhi. This Fort is made out of red sandstone and showcases the magnification power of Mughal emperors. This fort was constructed in 1938, and the main gate of this fort is the Lahore Gate. The architecture of this fort was given by Ustad Ahmad Lahori who also was the architect of the Taj Mahal.

Inside this fort, one can find various buildings and Towers such as the hall of public audiences also known as Diwan-i-Aam, drum hall, white marble hall which is also known as Diwan-e-khas, the Pearl Mosque, the palace of color also known as Rang Mahal, and Royal baths. In the evening time, one can enjoy the light and sound show which showcases the history that is connected to this Fort.

Entry fee: INR 35 Indians, INR 500 Foreigners.
Timing: 9:30 am to 6:00 pm 
Remains closed on: Monday Closed
Nearest metro station: Red Fort metro station
Fee for light and sound show: INR 80 for Adults, INR 30 for Children
Timing for light and sound show: 6 P.M. onwards in Hindi & English.

2. Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid is the greatest Mosque which is located in old Delhi. It is one of the largest mosques in India which is capable of holding around 25,000 devotees at a time. The construction of this massive Mosque was begun in the year 1644 and the final architectural design was given by Shahjahan who also constructed Marvellous monuments such as the Taj Mahal and Red Fort. Jama Masjid is surrounded by beautiful Mughal structures and the total construction cost of this place was around 1 Million Rupees at that time approximately 5,000 bottles completed the whole structure in the period of 6 years, that is from 1650 to 1656. The architecture of this Mosque was given by J Sadaullah Khan and was constructed under the supervision of Shahjahan.

Entry fee: Free of cost
Remains closed on: During Prayer hours
Timing: 7:00 am to 12:00 pm and again 1:30 pm to 6:30 pm. 
Nearest metro station: Jama Masjid metro station

3. Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest markets which is located in old Delhi. From here one can buy the stuff at wholesale price. It is a Historical site which has goods as well as food of all types. This market was constructed in the 17th century during the Mughal rule of Shah Jahan. Chandni Chowk market is located in the opposite direction of Red Fort.

During the old Era, there was a tree-lined Canal that ran through the center of this place in which reflection of the moon could be seen and from there this place got its name “Chandni Chowk” which means Moonlight place. One can buy a huge variety of stuff such as clothes, electronic items, perfumes, jewelry, idols, candles, and lifestyle products. Each and everything that is sold in this market is at the wholesale rate or discounted price.

Entry fee: Free of cost
Remains closed on: Monday
Timing: 10:00 am to 7:30 pm. 
Nearest metro station: Chandni Chowk metro station

4. Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple

Akshardham temple is a spiritual architecture and cultural complex. It is also known as Swami Narayan Akshardham which is dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan. This monument is also registered in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the world's largest comprehensive Hindu temple. Various carved mandapams are engraved with Hindu teachings and traditions. This temple complex also has India's largest step well where the water and sound show is organized every evening.

One can do five different activities in this temple complex which are exhibitions where one can see the combination of art, science, culture, and spirituality. One can also visit the Hall of Value where the visitors are given a depth of knowledge of different values such as nonviolence, family harmony, perseverance, prayer, and mortality.

You can also witness the journey of Swaminarayan on the giant screen film which is approximately 45 minutes and is played in Hindi and English language. One can also enjoy the culture boat ride which is also known as Sanskriti Darshan.

In the end, we can enjoy our water and sound show which reflects the story of the Vedic era and is enacted for 24 minutes. 

Nearest Metro station: Akshardham metro station
Entry fee: free of cost 
Exhibition tickets: INR 120 for Children, INR 220 for Adults, and INR 170 for Senior Citizens. 
Timing: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm 
Closed on: Monday

5. Humayun’s Tomb

Humayun tomb is the final resting place of Mughal emperor Humayun which is located in the Nizamuddin East area of Delhi. Humayun Tomb was the first Garden Tomb in India which has splendid architecture. This tomb was constructed by Empress Bega Begum who was his widow, from the year 1569 to 1570.

The structure of this monument is constructed using red sandstone and a typical Mughal architecture with Persian touch is given to this monument. This monument was featured in the UNESCO World Heritage site in the year 1993 and is located in the middle of a huge Garden which is also known as the Charbagh.

This monument is situated on the bank of the Yamuna River and is the mausoleum of many other Mughals including Humayun’s wife, son, descendants, and Emperors of Shahjahan.

Nearest Metro station:  Jawaharlal Nehru metro station
Entry fee: INR 30 Indians, INR 500 Foreigners.
Timing: 6:30 am to 6:00 pm 

6. Lodhi Gardens

Lodhi Garden is located in the proximity of Safdarjung Tomb and Khan Market. It is a beautiful garden that has the Tomb of Syed ruler Muhammad Shah and Lodhi King Sikandar Lodhi. The construction of this Garden was done in the 15th century and is also the final resting place of two great leaders. This Garden has Bara Gumbad and Shisha Gumbad within the premises.

The architecture of this place was given by Sayyids and Lodhis. Lodhi Garden is maintained and looked after by the Archaeological Survey of India and is also known as Lady Willingdon Park. You can witness a huge amount of crowd during the morning and evening time that is here for exercise and evening walks.

Nearest Metro station: Jor Bagh & JLN metro station
Entry fee: Free of cost
Timing: 6:00 am to 7:30 pm 

7. Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar is a victory tower which is located in the Mehrauli area of Delhi. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site which has a height of 72.5 m and is the second tallest monument in Delhi. Qutub Minar was constructed by Qutb Ud-Din-Aibak in the year 1192, as he was the founder of the Delhi Sultanate.

Qutub Minar is having 5 stories and the basement was constructed by Qutb Ud-Din-Aibak it was India's first mosque after that, the construction was taken over by his son-in-law and successors. Both of them contributed to the additional stories of this monument.

The fourth and fifth story of Qutub Minar was constructed by Firoz Shah Tuglak the diameter of this monument is around 14.3 m and the base and the top diameter of Qutub Minar is around 2.7 Besides this there is the spiral staircase which has 379 stairs which will take you to the top of this monument.

Nearest Metro station: Qutub Minar metro station
Entry fee: INR 30 Indians, INR 500 Foreigners.
Timing: 6:30 am to 6:00 pm 

8. India Gate

India Gate is one of the popular attractions and an all-India War Memorial which is located along the Rajpath in New Delhi. This monument is generally compared to the Gateway of India which is located in Mumbai the Arch of Constantine which is located in Rome. The architecture of India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and is a 42-meter tall structure.

This is the place where the Republic Day parade is hosted each year in India. The India Gate of Delhi is dedicated to 82000 Indian and British soldiers who gave their lives for the country in the First World War and the third Anglo-Afghan War. There is an Amar Jawan Jyoti which is located in the premises of India Gate under the main arch. This place is one of the most popular picnic spots in Delhi where one can enjoy with their family and friends.

Nearest Metro station: Central Secretariat metro station
Entry fee: Free of cost
Timing: opens all day.

9. Lotus Temple

The Lotus Temple located in New Delhi is a temple which is dedicated to the Baha'i faith. This place has a magnificent structure that is formed in the shape of a white Lotus petal and is one of the most visited embellishments. The design of this temple was done by Canadian architect Fariborz Sahba and was completed in the year 1986.

This temple is open to people of all nationalities, gender, race, and religion. The Lotus Temple in Delhi is one of the seven Baha'i House of Worship all around the world. The complete architecture is in full symmetry and provides a tranquil environment despite a huge crowd. In the temple complex, one can read or chant the religious text of any religion. The major prayer timings of this Temple are 10 a.m. noon 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. each time a prayer is chanted for five minutes from different religions.

Nearest Metro station: Kalkaji metro station
Entry fee: Free of cost
Timing: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm 
Closed on: Monday Closed

10. Hauz Khas village

Hauz Khas Fort is located in between a well-maintained Park with a beautiful walking path. This place is located in the
neighborhood of South Delhi and has old-world charm. Islamic architecture is given to the Hauz Khas Fort. This place is also known for its electric nightlife as there are various pubs, bars, cafes, and boutiques.

The Hauz Khas Tomb which is located in the middle of Hauz Khas Village has various structures that were constructed during the 14th to 16th centuries. This is a lively place where you may catch a lot of live events. A huge Royal Lake in the Hauz Khas complex served as a reservoir and was commissioned by Alauddin Khilji.

Nearest Metro station: Green Park metro station
Entry fee: free of cost
Timing: 10:30 am to 7:30 pm 
Remains closed on Sunday

11. Kingdom of Dreams

Kingdom of Dream is located in Gurugram and is India's first live entertainment theatre and leisure destination. And this place one can have the taste of modern as well as contemporary India through various art Gallery and interactive tableaus. The Kingdom of dreams has a cultural Gali which showcases the local fine art, Street art, cuisines, and cultures of different states of India. The Kingdom of Dreams was inaugurated in September 2010 and the total construction price of this place was around INR 2 billion there are musical theatres that organize productions like “Jhumroo” and “Zangura”. Celebrity like Shahrukh Khan is also associated with the Kingdom of Dreams.

Nearest Metro station: Iffco Chowk metro station
Entry fee: INR 600 onwards.
Timing: 12:30 am to 12:00 pm 
Closed on: Monday

12. Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is located in Parliament Street situated close to the South Connaught circle of New Delhi. Jantar Mantar is an observatory, which was constructed to study time and space. This monument was constructed in the year 1724 by Maharaja Jai Singh. Five such observatories are constructed in Varanasi, Ujjain, Jaipur, and Mathura.

The Jantar Mantar consists of 13 architectural astronomical instruments that are used to predict the movement and timing of planets sun and moon. These instruments allow the tourist to notice the movement of heavenly bodies with the naked eye. The classical catalysts to track the heavenly bodies in this monument are namely Horizon, equatorial system, ecliptic system, and Zenith local system.

The four main devices that were constructed here are Ram Yantra, Misra Yantra, Jai Prakash, and Samrat Yantra.

Nearest Metro station: Patel Chowk metro station
Entry fee: INR 15 Indians, INR 200 Foreigners.
Timing: 6:00 am to 6:00 pm 

13. Worlds of Wonder

Worlds of Wonder is an amusement park which is located in Noida and offers the best weekend gateway for adults and children. Here one can enjoy some amazing time by getting on different rides and visiting this theme park. The Adventure Park has more than 20 rides that provide a thrilling experience for everyone. Other than this there is also a wide range of cafes and restaurants where you can chill with your friends and have some lip-smacking dishes.

There is a water park that is spread over an area of 10 acres where one can enjoy a beach-themed pool, lazy river, and 23 different water slides. In the Worlds of Wonder, one can also enjoy the massive go-karting track and a human-made Lake.

Nearest Metro station: Noida Sector 18 metro station
Entry fee: starts from INR 900 per adult.
Timing: 11:00 am to 7:30 pm 

14. Dilli Haat

Delhi Haat showcases the traditional village fair and is like a Paradise for Shoppers and food lovers. There are 3 Delhi Haats in Delhi which are located in Janakpuri, Pitampura, and INA. This Haat is run by the Delhi Tourism and Transport Development Corporation where the traditional crafts and Handloom products are showcased one can find items like Sandalwood carving, Rosewood carving, embellished, camel footwear, drape fabric, gems, metal crafts, brass wares, Silk fabric, copperware, jute product, and chandeliers.

Food lovers can enjoy various lip-smacking cuisines such as bamboo hot chicken, momos, Kawan Kabab, Pooranpoli, etc one can also witness the rural art and culture in the open-air theatre where the events are performed daily. Currently, the Delhi Heart has 62 stalls that are rotated every 15 days with other craftsmen.

Nearest Metro station: INA metro station
Entry fee: INR 30 Indians, INR 100 Foreigners.
Timing: 10:30 am to 10:00 pm 

15. Fun and Food Village

Fun and Food Village is a water park that will take you back to your childhood days. This place is full of fun as one can enjoy the longest water ride which is over 400 feet and is also known as the lazy river. This water park is believed to have the largest wave pool in Delhi that will make you feel like you are swept with the software of the sea.

Various adventure rides can also be enjoyed here. One can also witness various performances and cultural programs that make it one of the best places that can be enjoyed with family. This Park also has a kid’s area and a freshwater pool. Other than this one can also enjoy rain dance, Aqua ball slide, Merry Go Round, and other such attractions.

Nearest Metro station: Moulsari Avenue metro station
Entry fee: INR 1000+GST for stag, INR 1600+GST for couples, and INR 500+GST for Children
Timing: 11:00 am to 5:00 pm 

16. The Garden of Five Senses

The garden of five senses is spread over an area of 20 acres and is designed to give you the sense of touch, sight, sound, smell, and taste. This Garden is like a Paradise for nature lovers and is partly constructed on a rocky Terrain and partly on the plane area.

This is a theme park which is having a section of Mughal parks, a solar energy Park, an amphitheater, waterlily pools, a charming food court, sculptures, theme decor, and rock carving. This park was designed by Pradeep Sachdeva and was constructed by the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation. The Garden of Five Senses got inaugurated in February 2003. 

Nearest Metro station: Saket metro station
Entry fee: INR 30 for adults and INR 15 for Children
Timing: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm in summer and 9:00 am to 6:00 pm in winter.

17. Connaught Place

Connaught Place which is generally called a city is a massive financial and commercial center of Delhi. It is a confusing market Complex which is a having various Chains of international stores, food chains, bars, restaurants, etc. It is also having the largest national flag in the country. Connaught Place is a perfect place to experience the vibrant nightlife of Delhi as there are various bars and restaurants.

The visit to Delhi cannot be completed without visiting Connaught Place. This place is having various art galleries, antique theatres, and toy stores. Even Delhi's first ice cream parlor and the first art gallery were opened in this place only. It is the ninth most expensive office market even costlier than that of Dubai, Boston, and Shanghai.

Nearest Metro station: Rajiv Chowk metro station
Entry fee: Free
Closed on: Sunday
Timing: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm 

18. Wate to Wonder Park

The waste to Wonder Park is the fraction of Delhi which was recently added to the list. This park features the replica of seven wonders of the world that are created using industrial and other waste. It is a theme park of its kind in the world which was inaugurated at Rajiv Gandhi smriti van. This Wonder Park was also got featured in the Bollywood movie “Badrinath ki Dulhaniya” featuring Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt.

After having the site of this Wonder Park one goes into deep thought about how something so mesmerizing can be created from scrap. Here one can witness 35 feet 35-foot-tall Statue of Liberty along with the Statue of Christ the Redeemer from Brazil. Eiffel Tower which is 70 feet long, the Taj Mahal, the Colosseum from ancient Rome, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and the pyramid of Giza.

Nearest Metro station: Nizammudin metro station
Entry fee: INR 25 for children (3-12 years), INR 50 for adults
Timing: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm 
Closed on: Monday and National Holidays

19. Delhi Zoo

The National Zoological Park or. This Zoological Park was inaugurated in 1959 and is one of the favorite weekend
destinations for adults and children. You are not allowed to carry any type of eatable stuff inside the National Park but can have the various options in a canteen located within the premises. This National Park has all kinds of birds and animals from the biggest cats to the tiniest Birds.

In the year 1982, the name of this place was converted from Delhi Zoo to the National Zoological Park. It is one of the best places where you can witness the animals and birds in their natural habitat. Some of the animals that you can witness in this National Park are the tailed Macaque, Hippopotamus, Chimpanzee, Deer Brow, Spider monkey, Hoolock Gibbon, Asiatic Lion, Blackbuck, Royal Bengal Tiger, Swamp Deer, White buck, leopard, Chinkara, Brow Antlered Deer, One-horned rhinoceros, Himalayan black bear, etc. 

Nearest Metro station: Pragati Maidan metro station
Entry fee: INR 40 Indians, INR 200 Foreigners
Timing: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm 
Closed on: Fridays and National Holidays

20. Raj Ghat

Rajghat is a memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi also known as the father of the nation. A black marble structure is placed in the center of the garden commemorating the memory of Mahatma Gandhi. Prayer is held at Rajghat, every Friday as this was the day when he died. Rajghat also the samadhi is of famous leaders of India such as Sanjay Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Chaudhary Charan Singh, Jagjivan Ram, Giani Zail Singh, Shankar Dayal Sharma, Devilal Chandrashekhar, and I K Gujral. Rajghat is situated on the bank of the Yamuna River and is celebrated for the illustration of Mahatma Gandhi's life.

Nearest Metro station: Delhi Gate metro station
Entry fee: Free of cost
Timing: 6:30 am to 5:00 pm 

21. Social Offline

Social Offline which is located in the Hauz Khas Village is one of the popular places that can be visited in Delhi. This
place is a collaborative workplace with a blend of office and a cafe. The vibe of this place is really lively and one can also order their favorite food. The social is also having an awesome bar where you can spend some time with your friends. It is a two-floor Complex with a distinctive look.

The ground floor is a casual hanging spot with your friends and loved ones while the first floor is a perfect place for freelancers where they can work and relax as well. In the evening time after 6 p.m., the place is converted into a buzzing drinking club, where you can spot a lot of youngsters dancing their hair down to the groovy music. You might have seen this place Bollywood movie named “Tamasha” starring Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone. 

Nearest Metro station: Green Park metro station
Dine-out fee: Approx. 2000 for two
Timing: 12:00 pm to 12:00 am 

22. Rashtrapati Bhavan

Rashtrapati Bhavan is located on the Western side of the Rajpath in New Delhi this place is the official residence of the
President of India. This building has 340 rooms and is spread over an area of 5 acres. It is one of the largest residents of the head of state in the whole world. The architecture of this place was given by Sir Edward Lutyen and Herbert Baker and the construction was completed in 1929.

The Bhavan is divided into three different parts which can be visited only after having proper authorized permission during the particular time slot. The first circuit has the main building and Central to the second circuit is the Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum complex and the third circuit has the Mughal Garden.

Nearest Metro station: Central Secretariat metro station
Entry fee: INR 50 for adults
Timing: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm 
Closed on: Monday to Thursday

23. Old fort

Old Fort also known as Purana Qila is located in the proximity of Indraprastha and is a brilliant Masterpiece given by the Mughal Empire. This is one of the oldest Fort of Delhi which is constructed on the bank of the Yamuna River and spread over an area of 1.5 km. As per Hindu mythology, it is considered that this fort was constructed by Pandavas and was the famous assembly hall as per the Epic Mahabharata.

It is also believed that King Humayun met his end by falling down the stairs of the library Complex which is also known as Sher Mandal located on the premises of the Fort Cost of the Light and sound show is also organized every evening which is the major highlight of this place.

Nearest Metro station: Pragati Maidan metro station
Entry fee: INR 5 Indians, INR 200 Foreigners
Timing: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm 

24. Delhi Eye

Delhi Eye is the largest wheel in India which is located in the amusement park in Kalindi Kunj. There is a giant wheel that rotates across many prominent attractions of Delhi such as Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Akshardham, Lotus temple, and Humayun tomb, and provides the best panoramic view of Connaught Place in 20 minutes. This wheel is almost as tallest 15-story building or 45 meters in height. There are 36 cabins and it can accommodate 288 people in one go. You can press the help button if you feel a kind of panic as the wheel rotates. Besides the amusement park, one can also enjoy the water parks and different slides.

Nearest Metro station: Kalindi Kunj metro station
Entry fee: starts from INR 600 per person.
Timing: 9:00 am to 8:00pm 

25. Bangla Sahib

Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple is a prominent attraction in Delhi. This temple was constructed by the eighth Sikh guru in the year 1664 to commemorate Guru Har Krishan. This Gurudwara operates for 24 hours and is visited by more than a thousand people in a single day. In this Complex, there is the main prayer hall, fish lake, Hospital, Higher Secondary School, Baba Baghel Singh museum, library, and many more. The devotees here get to have a “free langar” which is a community meal that is served in the afternoon and evening time other than this one can also get to have Kada Prasad. You need to wash your hands and feet before entering the Gurudwara premises.

Nearest Metro station: Rajiv Chowk or Patel Chowk metro station
Entry fee: Free of Cost
Timing: at all times
Langar timing: 9 AM to 3 PM and 7 PM to 10 PM 

26. Nizamuddin Dargah

Nizamuddin Dargah is dedicated to the Muslim Sufi saint Nizamuddin Chishti. This Dargah was constructed in the year 1526 using white marble and red sandstone. This Dargah was constructed with the base of keeping all religions equal and hence people of all communities and religions are allowed to pay their respect to the grave of the great Saint. This complex has a spiritual Vibe and serenity. Free community kitchen all langar is also held on every Thursday and Sunday where the devotees are offered vegetarian food. The Qawwali and Sufi songs are also sung on Thursday and Saturday. You might have seen this Complex in the Bollywood movie “Rockstar” featuring Ranbir Kapoor.

Nearest Metro station: JLN Stadium metro station
Entry fee: Free of cost
Closed on: During prayer hours
Timing: 5:00 am to 10:30 pm 

27. Nehru Planetarium

Nehru  Planetarium is located on the ground of Teen Murti's house. This planetarium was constructed in the memory of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. The ground on which this planet can be constructed used to be the place of the president for the late prime minister himself. At this place, one can get detailed information of space sounds and visuals and you can even feel stars. The planetarium organizations the English and Hindi shows timings of English shows are from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and for Hindi shows the timings are from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.. this planetarium was inaugurated in 1984 by the late Prime Minister Shrimati Indira Gandhi. 

Nearest Metro station: Jor Bagh or Race Course metro station
Entry fee: INR 30 for Children and  INR 50 for adults
Timing: 8:00 am to 5:30 pm in summers and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm in winters

28. Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

Feroz Shah Kotla Fort was constructed by Sultan Firoz Shah Tughlaq in Delhi. Topra Ashokan pillar which was constructed during the 3rd Century BC and used in polished sandstone is still standing as the symbol of the Mauryan emperor. This is one of the oldest structures that was constructed by the Mughal King.

This Fort is situated on the bank of the Yamuna River and was believed to serve the water crisis problem. The premises of this Fort have beautiful gardens, mosques, and Madrasas. It is believed that the Fort is home to Djinns who seek the blessing and give the solution of issues to people. This place is considered to be haunted so be prepared for the thrill. 

Nearest Metro station: Delhi Gate Metro station
Entry fee: INR 20 for Indians and  INR 250 for foreigners
Timing: 6:00 am to 6:00 pm

29. Safdarjung Tomb

Safdarjung tomb is one of the prominent attractions of Delhi it is an elegant mausoleum constructed using red sandstone and marble during the eighteenth century. The complex was constructed in Mughal architectural style in the year 1754 when the place was ruled by Ahmad Shah Bahadur.

This Tomb was located in the heart of Delhi at the junction point of Aurobindo Marg and Safdarjung Road. This tomb has a tranquil ambiance and a Majestic site. This Tomb was constructed in a similar style to that of the Humayun Tomb. There are several libraries and Madrasa is located on the premises of this tomb, it is managed and looked after by the Archaeological Survey of India.

Nearest Metro station: Jor Bagh metro station
Entry fee: INR 15 Indians, INR 200 Foreigners
Timing: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm 

30. Rail Museum

The Rail Museum is located in the proximity of Chanakyapuri. This Museum resorts to the 163-year-old railway heritage of India. This National Railway Museum is spread over an area of 10 acres. This Rail Museum was established in the year 1977 on 1st February with the collection of hundred sizes Indian Railways. A few dummy rails are placed here to offer rides to kids and adults. In this Museum, one can also enjoy the 3D virtual train ride.

The Museum is located in the lush green garden. This Museum beautifully showcases the golden bygone years in the history of rails also various miniature models are prohibited to be photographed. A maximum capacity of 200 people can be accommodated at once in this museum. There are various Souvenir shops from where you can buy your token of memory on your way back.

Nearest Metro station: Dhaula Kuan metro station
Entry fee: INR 50 for Adults and INR 10 for children on weekdays
INR 100 for Adults and INR 20 for children on weekends
Timing: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm 
Closed on: Monday

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