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My friend told me about this museum so I went there with my family. My elder son went crazy with happiness because he loves trains and he was able to see a lot of trains at one place . Family with kids should must visit...More
This museum has got a lot to show about Indian railway and its history. there is a collection of real models of engines and carriage, a lot of them.
There is a central museum having collections of photos and toy like models related to Railway....More
...the indoor historical exhibits both interesting and educational as well. Well maintained and curated museum. I think kids love this place. Many local families were here today and the kids were climbing all over the trains outside despite numerous signs saying there is a 500...More
If you or your kids are train lovers, then this place is highly recommended. The museum is vastly spread with multiple engines and coaches from the old era.
You can also give a quick visit of the museum through the joy ride available. The art...More
We had been there on a Wednesday morning. The place is neat.
We tried the Joy Ride (basically a toy train) and saw the museum. If someone coming to Delhi and doing a hurricane tour, 45 min is good enough. One who is really interested...More
It was a fun outing you can reach here by taking auto from motibagh it opens at 9am to 5pm there is a museum which mention various rail engines as well as upcoming rails model.Kids overhere enjoys the joy train ride,tickets cost are 50 on...More
I went to National Rail Museum with my family and experience was good.
I loved the Toy train ride and all the simulation rides. Simulation rides were above my expectations :)
The only thing that took away a single star from my review rating was...More
I have made the plan on last Sunday being weather nice. When we reached thought to drop the idea because it was crowded. But finally entered. The price is double on weekends & holidays. On every adult entry ticket 01 child entry is free. Monday...More
This is a very informative place in terms of the railways of India. There are two sections in the museume indoor and outdoor. The place is designed such that kids learn while having fun. Lot of old engines and bogeys have been displayed in the...More
I went there last month with my wife and 4 years old daughter.
They have separate museum where they have placed small train models.
They also have a small train which takes a round of entire rail museum.
I suggest do visit everyone...!!!
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Not really. Actually the rail museum entrance is from the residential area and there is single road. In the normal days, there shouldn't be any parking problems but when you are going on a weekend & holidays, then there can... More
Not really. Actually the rail museum entrance is from the residential area and there is single road. In the normal days, there shouldn't be any parking problems but when you are going on a weekend & holidays, then there can be parking problems as you need to wait for long time to park your car. The parking space can park almost 100 cars and after that there is problem. I have faced the similar problem but can be manageable as it is worth visit.