The National Museum of Natural History is located at Ficci Museum Building, Near Mandi House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi, Delhi. Displays birds, animals, plants and other form of life in their own natural habitat. If you are visiting this venue with kids in tow, then they will surely like the section on dinosaurs. The museum is dedicated to the cause of environmental education and showcases various life size models of dinosaurs and other creatures in the three galleries within.
Gallery 1 lures visitors with an enthralling “Introduction to Natural History” and provides an introduction into the evolution and origin of life. It also provides a peep into the diversity and opulence of Indian flora and fauna.
On the other hand, Gallery 2 is labeled as “Nature's Network: Ecology” and has interesting portrayals of the evolution and origin of natural diversity of the sub-continent. This section of National Museum of Natural History represents an interesting overview of some of the major ecosystems of the world and defines the role of plants and seed as primary producers, along with their role in the various food chains.
Gallery 3 is dedicated to “Conservation” and deals with a range of aspects linked with conservation of nature. This museum is known for its examples belonging to nature and is oft visited for educational information on wildlife, land, forest, water and air. National Museum of Natural History is also home to several species of stuffed birds and animals and is a ‘must see’ on the lists of all tourists.
|Entry Fee||No Entry Fee|
|Timings||All days of the week except Monday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Visit Duration||1 to 2 hours|