About National Museum of India
The National Museum of India in New Delhi is a vast, comprehensive museum housing a large collection of artefacts spanning over 5,000 years of the country’s history.
From its gallery of sacred Buddhist artwork dating back to the fifth century BC and artefacts from the Bronze Age Harappan Civilisation to tribal art and costume, the National Museum of India offers a great insight into different aspects of India’s culture and past.
The National Museum of India also has extensive collections of coins (almost two thousand of them), miniature paintings, Indian weaponry and Central Asian artwork.
A visit to the National Museum of India can last anything from an hour to a day, depending on how much you choose to see. Audio guides are available in several languages.
The Red Fort is a world famous fortified structure and palace in Delhi, India and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Humayun’s Tomb in Central Delhi was the Indian Subcontinent’s first garden mausoleum and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Qutub Complex in southern Delhi consists of several religious and cultural structures created during the Slave Dynasty era including the Qutub Minar.
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