Delhi Dweller

Rashtrapati Bhavan Now Houses a Spectacular Underground Museum You Just Have to See!

Our country is undoubtedly an intriguing land looking at its fascinating history and the best way to relive it all is to dive into the past, getting a glimpse of the bygone era when tyrants triumphed during the British Raj and finally our victory and resultant democracy! You can have a slice of all that at Delhi's brand new museum at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Revisiting The Past | This museum primarily features the personal belongings of the Presidents of India, vital milestones of our history like the life and times of Mahatma Gandhi along with virtual reality displays. Yes, this museum will definitely give you goosebumps and an untainted insight into our glorious past.

It's a three-storey museum which has two of its floors in the basement, making it a fascinating underground museum. If you'd love to take a walk down memory lane with Mahatma Gandhi's Dandi March, Jallianwala Bagh massacre and memorabilia of various Presidents, this is exactly where you need to be!

The only catch is that you'll have to wait until 2nd October for it to open as then it would be accessible to the general public.

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