Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi | Museum, History & Inside Tour


Rashtrapati Bhawan is the President House of India. It is located at Rajpath in New Delhi.


Also:  You can hangout at India Gate if you have free time.


Moreover, it is the second largest building in the world after Quirinal Palace of Rome, Italy. In fact, it took 17 years to complete this building since 1912.


Sir Edwin Lutwens and Herbert Baker designed this building and it is built on the pavement of Mughal Garden. Shockingly, more than 7 million bricks were used to build this building.


Mughal Garden opens to public from the month of February to March. It displays different types of flowers (mostly tulips) during the festival of“Udyanotsav”. Moreover, Rajnath Singh Kovind, the President of India inaugurated it.





Entry Fees: (with proper ID proof)


  • 1200/- for group of 30 people.
  • More than 30 people of group will be charged Rs.1200 together with an additional charge of Rs.50/- each.
  • Tickets can be booked online (non-refundable).


Opening hours: 10am – 5pm, Monday – Friday


Pranab Mukherjee, the ex-President of India inaugurated  Rashtrapati Bhawan Museum Complex along with clock tower and colorful garden.


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