This is yet another place of tourist attraction where thousands of historic artifacts have been put on display, in the spacious galleries of this museum. This is one of India’s finest museums.The entry for foreigners is Rs 300, while Indians have to pay Rs 10. There are various audio guides available in English, Hindi, French, Japanese, German languages. If you plan to collect any audio guides then you need to provide and submit a personal identification which will be returned while handing over the headsets. There are charges for photography as well. The museum is open from 10:00am- 5:00pm , from Tuesday to Sunday.
If you are fond of seeing rare relics right from the time of the Harappan Civilization, Central Asian antiquities (including silk paintings from the 1st century AD), Indian textiles, tribal masks, sculptures, musical instruments, old coins (including Portuguese, Dutch and Danish), miniature paintings and weapons (including a battle-axe from AD 1739), then this is the place to be in.Video photography is prohibited. Right besides the national museum is the Archaeological Survey of India. This museum is located on Janpath,Delhi.