With its towering walls and dramatic gateways, Purana Qila was constructed by Afghan ruler Sher Shah (1538–45), who briefly seized...
National Zoological Gardens
Popular with families and couples, India’s biggest zoo is set in 86 hectares. In fact, the grounds are so extensive you may have trouble...
A much-loved sweeterie serving up yummy chaat (Indian snacks), such as golgappas (crispy spheres with spicy filling, like eating a...
Bhairon Marg · interesting places nearby
Crafts Museum information
Set up like a traditional village, this captivating, rambling museum aims to preserve the traditional crafts of India, from handloom weaving to Mithila wall painting. Highlights include an enormous carved temple rath (chariot), a mock-up of a Gujarati haveli (traditional, ornately decorated residence) and a shrine made from giant terracotta figures. In the rear courtyard, artisans sell their products. There’s a good cafe.