Good News for those who want to visit the historical Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum
The new Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Complex which now includes the Garages Museum and Clock Tower in addition to the Stables Museum will open for the public from October 2. The Museum Complex will be open all days from 9 am -4 pm except Mondays.
There are 3 Circuit
The Main Building & Central Lawn: Circuit 1
Circuit one of Rashtrapati Bhavan takes the visitors on a tour of the main building, showing them the Forecourt and premier rooms of the Bhavan including, the Banquet Hall, Ashok Hall, Durbar Hall, Library, North Drawing Room, Long Drawing Room, Navachara and more.
The Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Complex (RBMC) : Circuit 2
RBMC comprises of three distinct buildings – The Clock Tower, The Stables and The Garages. The Garages were inaugurated on July 25, 2016 while the Stables were dedicated to the nation on July 25, 2014. The Museum showcases exquisite and invaluable artifacts for lovers of art, culture, heritage and history. President Pranab Mukherjee says, “History comes alive through emotional involvement of visitors with the objects, personalities and events of importance.”
The Mughal & Other Gardens: Circuit 3
Often referred to as paradise, circuit three will take the visitors through the world famous Mughal Gardens, showcasing them the Rectangular, Long and Circular Gardens, the Herbal Garden, Musical Garden and finally the Spiritual Garden.
*The Circuits will remain close on all gazetted holidays.
The entry and exit for visitors will be through Gate No. 30 on Mother Teresa Crescent Road.
Visits can be booked on-line at the website http://www.presidentofindia.nic.in. There will be nominal registration charges of Rs. 50/- per head (Children below the age of 8 years will be exempt from charges).
Contact details of the Visitors’ Management Cell are 011-23013287, 23015321 Extn. 4662, Fax No. 011-23015246 and email: email@example.com for enquiries.