The National Rail Museum In Delhi Will Take You Back To Your Childhood Days

by Kritika Kukreja
by Kritika Kukreja 1110

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Fan of trains? Get lost in the world of trains at Delhi’s National Rail Museum in Chanakyapuri.

What Is It?

National Rail Museum is spread across 10 acres and it comprises of 160 years of rail heritage of India. Talking about simulators, they’ve got it all! Whether it is diesel, steam or coach trains, you can feast your eyes on it all here.

Get yourself transported to the olden day era with royal and imperial trains from the British times. If you’re a fan of miniature trains, you can even admire their collection here.

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National Rail Museum

(Image Credit – Map My India)

What’s In It? 

The National Rail Museum was built in 1977 to keep the history of trains in India alive. This museum has both indoor and outdoor exhibits to display the best of train models from India. The entry passes cost only ₹20 and it is perfect for family or even a group of friends.

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Address: Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021
Phone: 011 2688 1826
Cost: ₹20 per person
Timing: 10 AM to 5 PM

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