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I will confess that I only gave us 2-3 hours to see the museum and it was not enough at all.
The museum is fascinating with the changes seen over the millennia in the form of tools, pottery, art weapons etc.
Ticket price was minimal...More
I went twice.. on consecutive days.. because I was unable to cover everything in one day :D This is a brilliant museum. I took the audio tour on the first day and the free guided tour on the second. Both were wonderful! Do check the...More
Monday closed- don't forget
Must visit place in Delhi,
If you love history and culture sure you will like this place, it will take 2/3 hours
And please ask for audio guide it's available in hindi and English both .
This place needs at least few days to absorb rich history and culture of India . The art items contain sculptures, paintings, coins, dresses, weapon art and many more . Each item is a well preserved master piece . There are film shows also ....More
The National Museum always had an excellent collection of exhibits but it’s poor display, lighting and signage let it down. No more.
The new look Museum has introduced a series of exhibitions, which are carefully curated and includes exhibits from across the country, even from...More
This 3 store building houses the most exlusive and well preservered artifacts, jewellery, armory, weaponry, coins and art along with ancient sculptures. I spent 2,5 hours and got to see all the marvelous and great historical objects. It was astonishing experience. The musum was not...More
I visited the museum with my friends just to explore the ancient architecture and statues. Museum is good and free for students.
Canteen there is providing food at a very high cost but Museum is must visit if anyone visits New Delhi. And every room...More
The museum is large, quite rich and informative. Most of all I liked the Gandhara sculpture hall and the exhibits of the Mughal epoch. However, at the exit a security officer scans you - searching for stolen exhibits. I would call it not caution, but...More
I must say I was sceptical at first having always dreaded History at school. However, my concept changed entirely, all credits to my tour guide Ms Shahwati Choudhary. What a fantastic job she did taking us through history and explaining everything so vividly. I took...More
We planned this trip on a Sunday morning.We reached this place by Delhi metro . The nearest metro station is Central Secretariat. The opening timing is 10:00am and it closes at 6:00pm. The museum is also closed on Monday and all national holidays. The entry...More