Inspired By Transport Museum in London, DMRC has set up a south asia's first "Metro Museum" at Patel Chowk station to display a collection of panels,achievements,useful informations, historic photographs and assorted exhibits at the Patel Chowk metro station premises. The museum helps us to explore the facts about the first modernised transport facility of India.Delhi metro museum is founded in 1995 but opened in December 2002 for the Delhi Citizen. The Patel Chowk Metro Station Museum opened 6 days in week in between 6 AM and 11 PM and it closed on Monday. One can easily reach through any means of transport to get answers for their curiosity.Curator services at the museum can be availed of from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m (Except Mondays).
There is need of buy a token to enter the station in order to visit the museum. Delhi metro museum give you minor details knowledge of the delhi metro which you want to Know. Delhi metro Shows you how it is combined product of technology from Korea, Japan, France, Germany etc. It means there how look the product of Technology of Korea, Japan, France, Germany etc.The management style of the officials and working strategies of the employees are also put in a very creative way in the museum. All the systems are automatic from train controlling to fare collection system.
|Activities||Museums & parks|
|Key Attractions:||Model of the Metro train, souvenir shop, model of the tunnel boring machine and mannequins wearing the different uniforms .|
|Days & Timings:||Museum Timings - 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM (All days) Curator services - 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM (All days except Monday & National Holidays.)|
|Food & Water Facility:||No - Cannaught Place and Bengali Market are the closest food hub. Food stall outside the Patel Chowk Metro Station.|
|Age Group:||3 to 60|
|Visit Duration:||About an Hour|
|Tickets/Entry Fee:||Rs 8/- per person. Entry free for persons commuting through metro|
|Address:||Patel Chowk Metro Station,Patel Chowk Near Dak/Sanchar Bhawan 110001 Connaught Place Nearest Metro Station: Patel Chowk Metro Station (Blue Line)|
Delhi is also the capital of India and also a major hub of tourism. Delhi becomes a special resort for tourists from all over the world during the winter season. Every year, millions of tourists come to see the culture, art and natural beauty of Delhi. Delhi is known for its beautiful gardens and historical monuments. Delhi is an excellent blend of old and new, ancient and modern cultures and religions. India Gate, Red Fort, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament House, Akshardham Temple, Lotus Tapal, Chattarpur Temple, Birla Temple, Delhi Haat, Garden of Five Sense, Mughal Garden, Lodi Garden, Humayun"s Tomb, Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantar, Lodhi"s Tomb, Parliament House, Old Fort, Qutub Minar, Safdarjung Tomb, Red Fort, Rajghat, Indian Railway Museum, Zoo, Handicraft Crafts Museum, Chandni Chowk, Connaught Place, Palika Bazar etc. In addition, many major malls and Metro journeys can also make tourist travel enjoyable.