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Great place to visit especially in good weather as it has outdoor attractions. Quiet & fairly well maintained, it has a great Gift shop.
Lots of information about railways especially in the Indian context.
A must visit for Rail enthusiasts!
Very nice place to spend time with kids. Lot of knowledge to gain around history of railways in India. My whole family enjoyed every bit of it. One very important piece that it is not very crowded.
Not sure it is nowhere listed as one...More
From the vast and noble history of Indian rail this museum has managed to save a small number of key exhibits. "Saved" in this context means parked in a compound. There is little attempt at restoration. An indoor exhibition gives a historical context, and some...More
This place is a gem, nicely displayed trains, easy to see and explore, most trains have a detailed information board with all the details and history of the train, some were open to climb on and into, others waiting to be restored.
Good entertainment and...More
Say hello to the neighbourhoods that define the true character of the Capital of India. An affluent neighbourhood and diplomatic enclave, Chanakyapuri is lined up with numerous parks and open spaces while is the must sought after address in town with official
residences of the top Indian politicians and civil servants. Drive along this gorgeous part of the capital that is a part of the Lutyens’ Delhi, as it gives you glimpses of the lives of not just the rich and famous , but even the biggest government and political institutions at work all across the lanes surrounding the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Sansad Bhawan and India Gate. Head to the State Bhavans for authentic regional food at great prices - the meals here are true representatives of their respective state’s local food and hospitality.