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Why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi

Hello everyone today I Rahat Arora sharing with you why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi.

Why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi

National railway museum is the another popular place I explore in Delhi and recommend everyone to explore if you are in  Delhi or planning to visit Delhi which mainly focuses on the Railways of India. National rail museum was inaugurated by the Railway minister of India Kamlapati Tripathi in the year 1977. If you are looking to know about the Indian Railways then, this museum is the perfect place for you.

Why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi


How to reach National Railway museum

This museum is in Chanakyapuri, where you can easily reach here via Delhi metro. Nearest Delhi metro station is INA which is on the yellow line route and from INA metro station this museum is only 5-10 minutes away.

Why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi


Why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi

Here are the 6 reasons why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi

1. If you like to know about the vintage train engine then this museum is the idle place to visit because here you will see old rail engine and will also show you the evolution of Indian Railways.

Why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi

2. The one of the most eye catching  part of this  museum is that here you will train coaches of the british era which are amazingly furnised from inside and have mannequins sitting which looks impressive.

3. Best place to spend a day with your family and friends because here you will enjoy the toy train rides which showcase the whole museum. Ticket price for this ride are very nominal so I suggest everyone to must experience this ride to enjoy.

Why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi


4. Not to plan to visit this museum on Mondays because this museum is close on every Monday’s.

5. The entry time to go to museum is different which is  9:30 am to 7:30 pm in April to September and 9:30 am to 5:30 pm in October to March.

6. Cafeteria are also available in premises  of the museum. So in all to explore this museum is the  perfect place in Delhi.

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Why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi

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Hello everyone, I am Rahat Arora, I like to explore and capture good travel memories. Being travel lover I am also (travel blogger) through which I share my experience about places with the combination of exploring the place, culture and cuisines. So, I hope you all like my travel experience.

11 thoughts on “Why to explore National Railway Museum in Delhi”

  1. The national railway museum looks really interesting. I love railway journeys and old trains – we have some here in the UK that still run on steam!

  2. I love to visit this kind of museums, I love vintage trains and trams, I would love know more about the evolution of railways in India, I remember this movie from ‘the lion’ indian boys riding trains to travel from intercity, love that story. I’m curious to know how the train system progesses year by year.

  3. I’m definitely all about visiting museums of new places, I feel like its a great way to learn the history of whatever city you’re in. This railway museum sounds pretty different and unique.

  4. Delhi even has a railway museum?! This city has so much history that I would love to get to know! I love when cities or countries take the initiative to appreciate their progress!

  5. Old trains are always cool! The steam trains remind me of the Hogwarts Express every time… Ok maybe I’m too much of a nerd…:P Great recommendation!

  6. I love train journeys in India, you get to see so much of the beautiful landscape, this museum looks fabulous and so interesting, definitely on my list to visit.

  7. Oh 🙂 I don’t need reasons to explore a railway museum. I just need to know that there is such museum. Wish I could see more photos of the trains. In India, old trains seem to be decorated so well, very unsual for an European eye.

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