If you are a history-enthusiast and have sheer interest in museums, then make sure to visit these top 4 museums in Delhi, which will give you the best historical insights:


  1. Children’s Replica Museum

Introduced amid the Commonwealth Games in 2010, the Replica Museum has been considered and executed by Indian paleontologist KK Muhammed. As the name recommends, this place is about antiquated and one of a kind imitations that give a look into the rich craftsmanship conventions of a past period. Concentrated on Indian legacy, the greater part of these imitations have been made and made by the understudies of Patna’s College of Arts and Crafts. Stroll through for a look at all the well known destinations ideal here in Delhi with copies made utilizing fiberglass that look no less grand than the firsts. Be it the Fasting Buddha from the Kushan period or the Shalabhanjika (Pratihara, 9-tenth Century) from Madhya Pradesh – it’s an awesome affair. The historical center additionally houses the Astitva display where the current continuous presentation has been planned by National Museum and Mohammed himself.


Where: Siri Fort Sports Complex, Beside Siri fortress Auditorium, Green Park

Section: Free

Timings: 10 am to 5 pm


  1. Archeological Museum


Lal Qila, or Red Fort was at one time the home of the Mughal sovereign, is currently one of Delhi’s essential vacation destinations. This great stronghold additionally houses the Archeological Museum arranged in Mumtaz Mahal (Palace). A storage facility of diamonds for history lovers, it stocks relics like ceramics, ancient pieces, coins, jewellery, seals, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg – all which was found amid the unearthing work at Purana Quila in 1955 and after that once more, from 1969 to 1973. There are objects going back to the Mauryas and Sungas to those from Kushana and Rajput times and even the Muslim time frame. Among every one of the segments, there is one that presentations antiquities from the second and third Century, while another segment that focuses on the relics of the 1857 War (First War of Independence) like maps and weapons is our top choice.


Where: Red Fort

Section: Free

Timings: 9 am to 5 pm Daily (Closed on government occasions)


  1. Ghalib Museum



In 1969, in memory of the colossal Urdu writer – Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib – the Ghalib Academy was introduced by the Late Dr. Zakir Hussain. It likewise has an exhibition hall devoted to the artist that relatively few individuals think about. As you stroll towards the Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin, the gallery can be seen on the third floor of the foundation, which houses an assembly hall and a library also. The historical center has two rooms with a statue of Mirza Ghalib smoking hookah inviting you at the passageway. Its very own storage facility with copies of Ghalib’s most loved food like shahi kofta, murgh ka salan and jalebi close by his plate and glass tumbler – fans can likewise get a look at some uncommon photos, books and critical reports alongside an example of his penmanship. Try not to pass up a great opportunity for the seals and coins going back to the Mughal time. An exhibition room shows depictions by well known and famous specialists like Satish Gujral and M. F. Hussain too.


P.S: The rooms are just opened in the event that you request a look through.

Where: Nizamuddin, Near Dargah

Section: Free

Timings: 9 am to 5 pm