Historical Places: Top 30 Historical Monuments in Delhi

The city of Delhi is a fantastic place for everyone. There are a ton of historical places in Delhi. The city derived its influence from a lot many dynasties that have ruled it over a long period of time, and every one of them has left their influence over it.

That I’d why the historical places in Delhi have a lot of diversity around and about them. It is tough to find the correct searches about historical places in Delhi with pictures and information on the internet, which is why we have presented you with exactly that, which is a list of historical places in Delhi with pictures and information.

Let us take a look at the best 30 historical places in New Delhi-

1. Agrasen ki Baoli

Agrasen Ki Baoli

The Agrasen ki Baoli is one of the most highly-rated historical places in New Delhi. The word ‘Baoli’ loosely translates to a water temple or a stepwell, and this particular Baoli is thought to be built by King Agrasen, and later rebuilt under the Tughlaq dynasty.

When one looks at this structure architecturally, it looks peculiar simply because Delhi does not have many structures that resemble this one. There are three levels on this structure, and it has 108 steps.

Today, the Baoli is considered to be a protected monument under the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), and it is filled with visitors at all times. Agrasen ki Baoli is also famous as a haunted place in Delhi.

  • Address – Hailey Road, KG Marg, near Diwanchand Imaging Centre, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
  • Nearest Metro Station – Barakhamba Metro Station
  • Timings– 9 A.M to 5 P.M
  • Entry Fee – Free

2. Bada Gumbad

Bara Gumbad

This medieval dome-like structure is located in the middle of the Lodhi Gardens of New Delhi. The word ‘Gumbad’ literally translates to the dome. This monument is essentially a mosque, and Friday prayers take place here.

It was built in the year 1490 by Sikandar Lodi. The Bada Gumbad is thought to have been the first such domed structure to be constructed in Delhi. The Gumbad also has a structure which gives an indication to be a burial spot, although no tomb has been found here.

It also looks like a gateway to the Sikandar Lodi tomb, which is just beside this mosque. It is indeed one of the best historical places in Delhi.

  • Address – Lodhi Gardens, Lodi Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
  • Nearest Metro Station – Jor Bagh Metro Station
  • Timings – 6 A.M to 7:30 P.M on all days
  • Entry fee – Free

3. Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal

Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal

The Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal is considered to be one of the most haunted places in Delhi. So much so, that you will find there a hidden note which says not to come near this place after sunset. This was actually a hunting lodge built by Feroz Shah Tughlaq during the 14th century.

It is essentially a fortress, having an architectural resemblance to that of a mosque. Due to stories of ghosts surrounding it, this place essentially lies deserted and due to wear and tear, it lies in shambles, having nothing but rubbles all around it.

  • Address – Central Ridge Reserve Forest, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
  • Nearest Metro Station – Jhandewalan Metro Station
  • Timings – Morning to Evening
  • Entry Fees – Free

4. Delhi Gate

Delhi Gate

Delhi Gate is the southernmost gate that surrounds the old city of Delhi, which was also known as Shahjahanabad. It is a link between Old Delhi and New Delhi. The gate was constructed in the year 1638 under Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as fortifications which encircle Shahjahanabad.

The Mughal emperors used this gate to go to Jama Masjid for praying. This gate was built out of sandstone and is quite beautiful. Today, the gate is the part of the heritage sites which is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). Two stone carvings of elephants were later erected near the gate.

  • Address – Delhi Gate, Netaji Subhash Marg, Daryaganj, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
  • Nearest Metro Station – Delhi Gate Metro Station
  • Timings – Open on all hours
  • Entry Fees – Free

5. Delhi Ridge

Old Baoli

The Delhi Ridge, which is also referred to as simply The Ridge is a beautiful chain of mountains in the Northern Aravalli leopard wildlife corridor. These beautiful mountains, which start near the Tughlaqabad area are considered to be around 1500 million years old. They are the green lungs which provide a lot of oxygen to the city of Delhi. It covers an area of about 35 square kilometers and has a lot of biodiversity in itself.

  • Address – Faridabad, Haryana 121004
  • Nearest Metro Station – Rajiv Chowk Station
  • Timings – 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM All days of the week

6. Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

The Feroz Shah Kotla, also known as Kotla was a fortress which was built by King Feroz Shah Tughlaq to fortify his own Delhi, which is also called Ferozabad. Today, the fort stands in ruins, but it still has a pristine sandstone Topra Ashokan pillar which is from the 3rd century BC.

It is a pillar of Ashoka which was moved from Topra Kalan in Pong Ghati of Yamunanagar district in Haryana to Delhi under due orders from Feroz Shah Tughlaq. The fortress also has in itself other structures such as the Jama Masjid and a Baoli (well) which add to the grandeur of the ‘Kotla’.

  • Address– Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Feroze Shah Kotla, Raj Ghat, New Delhi, Delhi 110002
  • Nearest Metro Station– ITO Metro Station (Violet Line)
  • Timings– All days of the week – 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Entry Fees – Rs. 25 for Indians and SAARC members, ₹100 for everyone else. Free entry for children below 15 years of age

7. Humayun’s Tomb

Humayun's Tomb

This place is the tomb of the second Mughal emperor Humayun. This place is the first-ever garden tomb in the whole of the Indian subcontinent. No structure had seen such use of red sandstone at that time. No wonder this place was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993.

Other than Humayun, this place also has the graves of some other historical figures. This tomb is quite popular and has some of the best architecture, which is a mix of Persian and Indian style of construction.

  • Address – Mathura Road Opposite, Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Dargah, Nizamuddin, New Delhi, Delhi 110013
  • Nearest Metro Station – Hazrat Nizamuddin metro station in Pink line
  • Timings – 8 AM to 9 PM
  • Entry Fees–  Rs. 35 for Indian, SAARC and BIMSTEC members, Rs. 350 for foreigners

8. India Gate

India Gate

The India Gate stands as a war memorial near the Rajpath which is dedicated to the soldiers of the British empire (70000 in number) who died in the First World War.

Today, it has become a symbol of India and draws comparisons from monuments like Arc de Triomphe in Paris and Arch of Constantine, in Rome. After the 1971 war, a black structure with an eternally burning flame was built which is known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti (flame of the immortal soldier).

  • Address – Rajpath, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
  • Nearest Metro Station – Central Secretariat Metro Station, India Gate
  • Timings – 24 hours
  • Entry Fees – Free for all

9. Isa Khan’s Tomb

Isa Khan's Tomb

Isa Khan was a very famous courtier in the court of King Sher Shah Suri and his son’s court. His tomb was surprisingly built when he was alive. Today, the tomb stands near the place of the tomb of King Humayun, the second Mughal emperor.

The tomb consists of octagonal ornaments that are shaped in the form of canopies, glazed tiles, and lattice screens. The tomb is also surrounded by verandahs from all sides and looks really beautiful in its red sandstone.

  • Address – Mathura Road Opposite, Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Dargah, Nizamuddin, New Delhi, Delhi 110013
  • Nearest Metro Station – Hazrat Nizamuddin metro station in Pink line
  • Timings – From 8 AM to 9 PM 
  • Entry Fees – Rs. 35 for Indian, SAARC and BIMSTEC members; Rs. 350 for foreigners

10. Jahaz Mahal

Jahaz Mahal

Jahaz means ‘ship’ in Urdu. It is named so because of the fact that the reflection of this place looks like a ship in the surrounding water reservoir. This place was built during the Lodi dynasty period. This place was used as an inn during the old times.

Architecturally, this place looks extremely beautiful. It has about six Chattris (umbrellas) made out of stones. There are also squinches, architectural ornaments, and domes that are rather well built for that era. It is surely a must-visit place for every tourist who is in Delhi.

  • Address – Talaab lane, Aam Bagh, Khandsa Colony, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
  • Nearest Metro Station – Chhattarpur Maidan Metro Station
  • Timings– All days of the week – 6:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Entry Fees– Free

11. Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid

Also known as the ‘Masjid e Jahan Numa‘, it was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the years 1650 to 1656. This mosque is one of the grandest and biggest mosques in the whole of India. It has three huge gateways and two minarets.

The whole of this Sunni mosque is constructed by using red sandstone and white marble stone. It is so grand that its main prayer hall can easily hold about 25000 people at once. The Badshahi Masjid in Lahore has a similar design to this one. Unsurprisingly, it is also a major tourist destination of Delhi today.

  • Address – Jama Masjid Rd, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
  • Nearest Metro Station – Jama Masjid Metro Station
  • Timings – 7 AM – 12 noon, 1:30 PM – 6:30 PM, open all days of the week
  • Entry Fees – Free

12. Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb

Jamali Kamali Mosque

Among all the New Delhi historical places, this place is one of the best historical places in Delhi. This place consists of two different historical structures located beside each other, a mosque and a tomb. Interestingly, the mosque is of a person named Jamali and the tomb of a person named Kamali.

Both of these people were Sufi saints. The whole building is made out of red sandstone. Both the structures have marble ornaments, with the tomb having much more intricate stonework and wall paintings.

  • Address – Mehrauli Archeological Park Trail, Christian Colony, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110016
  • Nearest Metro Station – Qutub Minar Metro Station
  • Timings– All days of the week – 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Entry Fees – Free

13. Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar Delhi

The Jantar Mantar is one of the most famous historical monuments in Delhi, and possibly the whole of India. It is a site that is basically an architectural astronomy instrument, having 13 of such instruments in total. Maharaja of Jaipur Sawai Jai Singh II had built the Jantar Mantar in 1723.

This observatory’s main purpose was to get together astronomical tables, study and predict the movements of the sun and moon, plus study and research the planets. One can say without a doubt that this is probably one of the most visited historical monuments in Delhi.

  • Address– Connaught Place, Sansad Marg, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
  • Nearest Metro Station– Patel Chowk and Rajiv Chowk Metro Station
  • Timings– 9 AM – 5 PM, Open all days of the week
  • Entry fees– Rs. 25 for Indians, Rs. 100 for foreigners

14. Khirki Mosque

Khirki Mosque

The Khirki mosque was built by Khan-i-Jahan Junan Shah, the Prime Minister of Feroz Shah Tughlaq, a king of the Tughlaq dynasty of Delhi Sultanate. As far as New Delhi historical places go, ‘The Mosque of Windows‘ is a sure shot must-visit the monument of Delhi.

This quadrangular mosque has a peculiar architecture, having a mix of Hindu and Islamic architecture. Today, the mosque is in a damaged condition due to the wear and tear it has suffered over the years, but nevertheless, it still makes it to the top on the list of historical places in Delhi.

  • Address – A 107, near Khirki Masjid, Malviya Nagar, Delhi 110017
  • Nearest Metro Station – Malviya Nagar Metro Station
  • Timings – 7 AM – 7 PM, open all days of the week
  • Entry Fees – Free

15. Khooni Darwaza

Khooni Darwaza

The Khooni Darwaza, also called the Lal Darwaza is one of the few surviving gates of Old Delhi. It was constructed under the kingship of Sher Shah Suri. This New Delhi historical monument has a sad history.

Time and again, it has been used by kings to execute their political rivals, be it their brothers, courtiers or sworn enemies, which is why it is called ‘Khooni Darwaza'(Bloody Gate). The most famous execution which took place here was of Dara Shikoh, the brother of Aurangzeb, whom he got executed at this location.

It is a rather peculiar addition in the list of historical and haunted places in Delhi. It doesn’t offer much architecturally and is built with Delhi quartzite stone.

  • Address – Khooni Darwaza, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, Balmiki Basti, Vikram Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110002
  • Nearest Metro Station – Pragati Maidan Metro Station
  • Timings – Open on all times, on all days of the week
  • Entry Fees – Free

16. Lodhi Gardens 

lodhi garden

One of the oldest and historical gardens in Delhi that quench your thirst of greenery while living in a skyscraper surrounded metropolitan.

The garden not only has many different specials of flowers, plants, and trees but also has different historical monuments from the Lodi dynasty period which are very old and very interesting to visit.

This garden, which has some of rarest flora and fauna you’ll find in the city of Delhi also has a vintage bridge just above a water body, making it a must-visit place for everyone.

  • Address – Lodi Gardens, Lodi Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
  • Nearest Metro Station – Jor Bagh Metro Station and JLN Metro Station
  • Timings – 6 A.M. to 7.30 P.M, open all days of the week
  • Entry Fees – Free

17. Mehrauli Archaeological Park 

Mehrauli Archaeological Park

One of the most beautiful historical places to visit in Delhi is the Mehrauli Archaeological Park. One Google search of Delhi images of historical places would tell you that. This 200-acre archaeological area is adjacent to the Qutub Complex.

This area has the ruins of Lal Kot, a place built by the Tomar Rajputs. Subsequently, this place came under the continuous occupation of subsequent dynasties such as the Lodhis, Tughlaqs and the Mughals. Places like Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb, Tomb of Adham Khan, and Jahaz Mahal all come in the area of this park.

  • Address – Anuvrat Marg Opposite Qutub Minar Metro Station, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
  • Nearest Metro Station – Qutub Minar Metro Station
  • Timings – All days of the week, 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM
  • Entry Fees – Free

18. Mumtaz Mahal

Mumtaz Mahal

Located inside the premises of the Red Fort, the Mumtaz Mahal is only one out of the six palaces which are located facing the Yamuna river. All the six palaces had a connection with each other via the Nahr-i-Bishisht (Stream of Paradise).

Delhi images of historical places can reveal that. The palace is made out of white marble only in its lower parts of the construction. It has six apartments all partitions by piers and had beautiful floral decorations. Currently, it is used to house Mughal era art pieces.

  • Address – Red Fort, Old Delhi, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
  • Nearest Metro Station – Lal Qila Metro Station
  • Timings – 9.30 AM to 4.30 PM, Open all days of the week
  • Entry Fees – Rs. 35 for Indians, Rs. 500 for foreigners

19. Purana Qila

Purana Qila

The Purana Qila, as the name suggests, is one of the oldest forts in the whole of Delhi, if not India. It is one of the best historical places to visit in Delhi. Having been continuously occupied for about 2500 years, this place is often considered to be ‘Indraprastha’, the capital of the ‘Pandavas’ from the Mahabharata.

That is some history for an old fort. Even archaeological evidence says that the fort predates the Mauryan period. The fort had later witnessed several constructions, some under the Mughals and Sher Shah Suri. It is a must-visit place for every tourist, considering its rich history.

  • Address – Mathura Rd, Near Delhi Zoo, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
  • Nearest Metro Station – Pragati Maidan Metro Station
  • Timings – 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM, open on all days of the week
  • Entry Fees – Rs. 20 for Indians, Rs. 200 for foreigners

20. Qila Rai Pithora

Qila Rai Pithora

The Qila Rai Pithora is a 12th-century fortification which stands in the present-day Delhi. Its construction is attributed largely to Prithviraj Chauhan, though it’s not proven.

The fort has two distinct sites, one thought to be built in the 12th century by Prithviraj Chauhan, and the other considered to be built in the 16th century by the Tomaras.

The older site is called ‘Lal Kot‘ and the 16th-century one is known as Qila Rai Pithora. This place is considered to be the first city of Delhi which was ruled by a dynasty.

  • Address – Butterfly Park, Qila Rai Pithora, Sainik Farm, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
  • Nearest Metro Station – Saket Metro Station
  • Timings – All days of the week, 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Entry Fees – Free

21. Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar Information

This World Heritage Site is one of the biggest attractions of Delhi. Having so much history around itself just makes this place better and better. Constructed by Qutub-Ud-din Aibak in 1192, it stands as a symbol of the start of the Delhi Sultanate in India.

It is also the tallest building in the world which is made fully out of bricks. It has a mix of India-Islamic architecture and is probably the first such building in India to have this architectural mix.

Located inside the Qutub complex, the building has a lot many different things such as tombs and mosques to look at around itself. One must visit the Qutub Minar if they are visiting Delhi.

  • Address – Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
  • Nearest Metro Station – Qutab Minar Metro Station
  • Timings – 7 A.M – 11 P.M, Open on all days of the week
  • Entry Fees – Rs. 35 for Indians, Rs. 550 for foreigners

22. Rajon ki Baoli

Rajon Ki Baoli

Situated inside the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, this famous stepwell was built in the period of the Lodhi dynasty. It is by far the biggest and the most decorated of the three Baolis in Mehrauli Archaeological Park. As one descends to the lower levels, one can see that it has about four different levels.

Every level has a floor and a courtyard-like open space, which is quite cool in terms of the temperature. One can see the incised plasterwork, which tells us about the beautiful architectural work which has been done in this place. In modern times, the Archaeological Survey of India has done a lot of desilting projects, helping raise the level of water in this stepwell.

  • Address – Anuvrat Marg Opposite Qutub Minar Metro Station, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
  • Nearest Metro Station – Qutub Minar Metro Station
  • Timings – All days of the week, 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM
  • Entry Fees – Free

23. Red Fort

Red Fort

The Red Fort, also known as the Lal Qila is a historic fort in Delhi, India. It is a very well known historical place in Delhi in Hindi. It was constructed by Shah Jahan, a Mughal Emperor in the year 1639. It is fully made out of red sandstone.

This fort has many palaces that have in the different types of architectural styles combined. This fort is considered to be one of the best creations which have happened under the Mughal rule.

Unfortunately, a big part of this fort was destroyed at the end of the revolt of 1857 by the Britishers. Still, its glory and magnificence are second to none.

  • Address – Red Fort, Old Delhi, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
  • Nearest Metro Station – Lal Qila Metro Station
  • Timings – 9.30 AM to 4.30 PM, Open all days of the week
  • Entry Fees – Rs. 35 for Indians, Rs. 500 for foreigners

24. Safdarjung Tomb

Safdarjung Tomb image

The Safdarjung tomb is one of the very few monuments made in the later Mughal period. It is the tomb of Nawab Safdarjung, who was a Prime Minister of that era. The tomb copies a lot of architectural intricacies from the Humayun’s tomb.

It is also a garden tomb just like many tombs of that era. The smaller pavilions attached alongside the time making it look as if it is a palace. But in magnificence, it comes nowhere near a palace.

Now under maintenance by the Archaeological Survey of India, the tomb has a library and a madrasa, both in running conditions. Overall, it is a very beautiful place to visit.

  • Address – Safdarjung Tomb, Airforce Golf Course, Delhi Race Club, New Delhi, Delhi 110021
  • Nearest Metro Station – Jor Bagh Metro Station
  • Timings – 7:00 A.M – 11:00 PM, Open on all days of the week
  • Entry Fees – Rs. 25 for Indians, Rs. 200 for foreigners

25. Shisha Gumbad

Shish Gumbad

The Shisha Gumbad is a dome-shaped structure located in the Lodi Gardens. It was built by Sikandar Lodi. Its height is such that one would think that it is a double-storeyed structure. The ‘glazed dome‘ is built in square shape and has remarkable architecture, especially the intricate ornamental work.

There are decorative floral patterns inscribed on the ceilings along with Quranic verses, making the tomb look extremely beautiful. The monument was originally decorated with blue enameled tiles that shined like glass.

  • Address– Lodi Gardens, Lodi Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
  • Nearest Metro Station– Jor Bagh Metro Station and JLN Metro Station
  • Timings– 6 A.M. to 7.30 P.M, open all days of the week
  • Entry Fees– Free

26. Siri Fort

Siri Fort

Now lying in utter shambles, the Siri Fort was built under the rule of Alauddin Khilji to protect the city of Delhi from regular raids by the Mongols.

This fort was constructed in the second city of Delhi, known as Siri. Sir means ‘head’ in Hindi, and according to popular legends, this fort was named Siri Fort because of the severed heads of the Mongols who had lost the battles to Alauddin’s armies at the gates of this fort. This oval-shaped fort had seven gates at one time, but today, only two of them exist.

  • Address– Siri Fort, New Delhi, Delhi 110049
  • Nearest Metro Station– Green Park Metro Station
  • Timings– 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, All days of the week
  • Entry Fees– Free

27. Sultan Ghari

Sultan Ghari

The Sultan Ghari was the first Islamic Mausoleum which was built in Delhi. It was built by Iltutmish for Prince Nasiru’d-Din Mahmud, his eldest son. One can easily find it on the list of historical places in Delhi in Hindi.

This area is now a part of the Qutub complex. This place was constructed for Iltutmish’s favorite son’s tomb. After his son’s death, Iltutmish only lived for 6 more years and his Tomb can also be found nearby the Sultan Ghari in the Qutub Complex.

The tomb of Nasiru’d-Din Mahmud is octagonal in shape, and is present inside a cave-like structure, and has a peculiar fortress design.

  • Address– Garhi’s Tomb Road, Ruchi Vihar, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, Delhi 110070
  • Nearest Metro Station– Central Secretariat Metro Station
  • Timings– 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Open on all days of the week
  • Entry Fees– Rs. 5 for Indians, Rs. 100 for foreigners

28. Tomb of Bahlul Lodi

Tomb of Bahlul Lodi

While looking for historical places in Delhi with pictures and names, the Tomb of Bahul Lodi is one such place that you would definitely come across. This tomb, as the name suggests, is of Bahlul Lodi, the founder of the Lodhi dynasty.

Today, it is part of the historic settlement of Chirag Delhi. This rubble masonry monument was built by Bahlul’s son Sikandar Lodi in the year 1489. The tomb is made out of red sandstone where a golden cup can be seen hanging over the grave.

There are five domes in the tomb and it has Hindu inscriptions on red sandstone. It is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India and was restored in 2005.

  • Address – A, 221, Chirag Dilli, New Delhi, Delhi 110017
  • Nearest Metro Station – Chirag Delhi Metro Station
  • Timings – Open all hours on all days
  • Entry fees – Free

29. Tomb of Sikandar Lodi

Sikandar Lodi Tomb

This is one of the most prominent tombs in the Lodhi Garden. This is the final resting place of Sikandar Lodi. Sikandar Lodi is best known for establishing the city of Agra, which will subsequently become his capital in a few years.

The tomb has an octagonal shape and its architecture is of Indo-Islamic style. The fortified complex of the tomb from where you can see the main entrance has two umbrella-shaped domes.

The tomb is right in the center of a large garden, emulating the designs of many such tombs of future kings. It is really a beautiful monument with a very beautiful design and ornamental decorations.

  • Address– Lodi Gardens, Lodi Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
  • Nearest Metro Station– Jor Bagh Metro Station and JLN Metro Station
  • Timings– 6 A.M. to 7.30 P.M, open all days of the week
  • Entry Fees– Free

30. Tughlaqabad Fort

Tughlaqabad Fort History

The fort is one of the most amazing places for tourists and offers a plethora of space to explore for everyone, and is quite popular in a traveler’s search for historical places in Delhi with pictures and names. The fort was constructed under the reign of Ghiyas-Ud-din Tughlaq, the man who established the Tughlaq dynasty.

The fort beams with medical architectural structures that are great to observe. The fort is irregularly surrounded by passive stones, which are a kind of fortification. It has long halls beneath itself and has extra thick walls. But it is known because of a rumor that it is haunted due to a curse by Sufi saint Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya.

  • Address– Tughlaqabad Fort, Tughlakabad, New Delhi, Delhi 110044
  • Nearest Metro Station– Tughlakabad Metro Station
  • Timings– 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Open on all days of the week
  • Entry Fees– Rs. 5 for Indians, Rs. 100 for foreigners

Conclusion:

Visit these amazing historical places in Delhi to know more about their historical & cultural presence. These are the only wealth of Indian tourism and do admire their architecture and d much more.

India is the hub of religion, rich culture and various traditions that will be on top of every visitor’s list.

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