The museum tour of Delhi provides an opportunity to gain a detailed understanding of Indian culture and traditions. Same as Delhi’s history and monuments, Delhi’s museums delight visitors interested as they learn about Indian civilization and culture. The museums in Delhi explain the past and present of Incredible India. Art lovers will love the magnificent exhibits of contemporary art and the relics of ancient India.
Dedicated air-conditioned vehicle
Discover 5000 years of Indian history at the National Museum
Learn about the last days of the Father of the Nation “Mahatma Gandhi”
Explore the history of railways in India at the National Railway Museum
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Experienced licenced driver
- Packaged water bottle in the car
- Transport by private air-conditioned car
- Fuel, Toll Tax, State Permit, Driver Allowance and Parking
- Lunch/Dinner/Any optional trip
- Entrance fees and camera fees
- Anything not specified under the above inclusions
At 9:30 AM, Our chauffeur would meet & greet you at your hotel/address in Delhi.
A veritable treasure trove of India's illustrious past. The collection includes 5,000-year-old relics of the Indus Valley civilization, various exotic paintings, as well as old manuscripts and murals from Buddhist temples. The National Museum is the cultural gateway to India. Founded on August 15, 1949, the museum exhibits antiques and historical memorabilia of sculptures, sculptures, paintings, jewels, manuscripts, works of art and crafts
Gandhi Memorial Museum
Gandhi Smriti is a museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi on Tees January Road. This is where Mahatma Gandhi spent the last 144 days of his life and was killed on January 30, 1948. Originally it was the home of the Birla family, an Indian businessman. Today, a beautiful museum depicts the life of Gandhi Ji. There is also the Eternal Gandhi Multimedia Museum, which was established in 2005.
National Modern Art Gallery
The best art gallery of the Ministry of Culture of India. The main museum in Jaipur House, New Delhi was founded by the Government of India on March 29, 1954, and has additional branches in Mumbai and Bangalore. The collection of more than 14,000 works includes Thomas Daniell, Raja Ravi Verma, Abanindranath Tagore, Rabindranath Tagore, Gaganendranath Tagore, Nandaral Bose, Jamini Roy, Amrita Shergill, It includes works by artists such as foreign artists, as well as sculptures by various artists.
Houses a collection of basic crafts such as tribal art, folk art, and textiles. Another collection includes bronze images, lamps, incense burners and utensils, wood and stone carvings, terracotta, sugarcane and bamboo from different parts of India. You will admire the hand creations of the Indian craftsmen.
There are several other museums that can be exchanged with the above, based on your interests. Museums are closed on Mondays.
● Doll Museum
● National Rail Museum
● Nehru Memorial Museum
● Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum