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New Delhi, India

There are many sightseeing places in Delhi, which you can explore on your trip to this destination. From magnificent monuments to art galleries and from museums to religious attractions, there are many places to visit in Delhi with friends, family and children.

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There are many sightseeing places in Delhi, which you can explore on your trip to this destination. From magnificent monuments to art galleries and from museums to religious attractions, there are many places to visit in Delhi with friends, family and children.

Amusement Parks in Delhi

Delhi is not only historically rich but also is home to many fun loving people on earth. You can find a number of amusement parks in national capital region. Some amusement parks in Delhi are Fun N Food Village, Adventure Island, Just Chill Water Park, Splash – The Water Park, World of Wonders and few more.

Art Galleries in Delhi

Capital City of India is turning into an art center. With a number of art galleries in Delhi, it features numerous art galleries displaying Indian paintings and sculptures. Many exhibitions are also organized time to time to display these creative. Some popular art galleries in Delhi are Anant Art Gallery, Art Heritage, Aurobindo Gallery, Dhoomimal Art Gallery, Eicher Gallery, Lalit Kala Akademi, Vadhera Art Gallery, LTG Gallery and various more.

Monuments in Delhi

Historical monuments in Delhi are available in plenty and they stand as a witness of its interesting bygone era. Each monument in Delhi is part of a separate period in Delhi.

Parliament House Earlier known the House of Parliament, Parliament House was designed by the British architect Edwin Lutyen and Herbert Baker in 1912-1913. Its construction started in 1921. It is a must visit place in Delhi.

Rashtrapati Bhawan Another great architectural marvel of Lutyen, the official home of the President of India is a wonderful structure. It has huge gardens (Mughal Gardens), which remain open for public during February.

India Gate It was originally ‘All India War Memorial’, it is a war memorial situated across the Rajpath. It was also built in the memory of 82,000 soldiers of the entire British Indian Army who died in the First World War. This is masterpiece of Edwin Lutyen.

Qutub Minar Situated in the Mehrauli area of the capital city, Qutub Minar is the second tallest minar in India. Together with the ancient and medieval monuments adjoining it, the monument forms the Qutb Complex that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lotus Temple Distinguished for its lotus like form, Lotus Temple is an important attraction of Delhi. It is the Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent and is a Bahai House of Worship.

Red Fort The residence of the Mughal emperors of India, Red Fort is situated in the heart of Delhi and features a number of museums. On the occasion of Independence Day, Prime Minister of India hoists national flag from here.

Raj Ghat It is a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, which is located on the banks of the Yamuna River on Mahatma Gandhi Road. It is one of the prime attractions of Delhi.

Humayu’s Tomb It is the tomb of the second Mughal Emperor Humayun. It was the first garden tomb in the Indian subcontinent and houses many graveyards. Several smaller monuments dot the path leading up to Humayu’s Tomb.

Old Fort (Purana Qila) It is one among the oldest forts of Delhi. Located near Pragati Maidan, the fort is a must visit attraction. There is a famous light and sound show run here at this fort, known as ‘Ishq-e-Dilli’.

Religious Places in Delhi

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib A blissful place and one of the holiest places for Sikh believers, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is a must visit attraction in Delhi. The place is an architectural marvel and the relishing Prasad offered here is just awesome in taste.

Akshardham Temple The temple of Swami Narayan is known for being the blend of divinity and art. The architectural marvel is a superb attraction of East Delhi and is a great example of intricate carvings and fine architecture. No electronic devices are allowed inside the temple.

Chhatarpur Temple Dedicated to Goddess Katyayani, it is the second biggest temple complex of India. It is located on the southwestern outskirts of the city. The temple is brilliantly constructed and attracts a number of devotees and tourists every day.

Birla Mandir (Lakshmi Narayan Temple) Spread over an area of 7.5 acres, Birla Mandir was built by Birla family and inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi. The temple is decorated with a number of shrines and features fountains and a large garden. It is one of the key attractions of Delhi and attracts huge number of devotees.

Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib It is a historical gurudwara of the city, which is situated in old Delhi. It is also a prime religious attraction of the city of Delhi.

Museums in Delhi

Museums in Delhi are popular way of entertainment and information. Few of the museums in New Delhi are dedicated to the eminent Indian personalities, including Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. After a visit to the museums of Delhi, you can explore art, culture, history and traditions of the country.

Archaeological Museum A museum inside the Old Fort displaying the excavated materials of around 1000 BC

National Crafts Museum One among the most popular crafts museums in India, this is in Pragati Maidan and run by Ministry of Textiles, Government of India.

Dolls Museum Come across here a huge collection of dolls. The museum is located in Nehru House, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg.

National Gallery of Modern Art Located in Jaipur House of New Delhi, the museum displays a selection of more than 14,000 works.

Nehru Museum and Planetarium It is officially known as Teen Murty Bhawan.

National Museum The museum displays a wide range of artifacts ranging from pre-historic era to contemporary works of art.

National Rail Museum Located in Chanakyapuri area of Delhi, the museum displays the rail heritage of India.


New Delhi, India

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