Delhi Metro is like a boon for Delhi and Delhiites. Today thousands of people travel in a comfortable way through Delhi Metro. Metro made travel better and more convenient than ever before and all its credit is given to Delhi Metro’s employees. To show their hard work and challenges faced in metro construction, a Museum has been made at Patel Chowk metro Museum of Delhi, which is called Delhi Metro Museum. The Metro Museum was built in Patel Chowk of Delhi Metro, which is called Delhi Metro Museum or Patel Chowk Metro Museum and Metro Museum Delhi.
Metro Museum is inside the Patel Chowk Metro Station on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro, hence it is also known as Patel Chowk Metro Station, in this museum all the work from the beginning of the Delhi Metro till now and the construction of the metro bridges and metro coaches from train models. Models and all achievements of Delhi Metro are shown through gallery and model.
This is the first metro museum in South Asia that displays all the achievements of Metro Rail. This museum displays all the hurdles faced by the Delhi Metro team at the time of construction and also shows the challenges faced during construction. Here you can also see information about Chawri Bazar, the deepest metro station in Delhi, and can also see the model of the Tunnel Boring Machine to be used for the underground construction of the metro.
Main attractions of Delhi Metro Museum
1. Tunnel Boring Machine
This machine is used in the construction of the underground metro, through which the tunnel of the metro is made.
2. Models of work done by Delhi Metro
Here the works from the construction of the metro till now have been seen through the model and art gallery. It idealizes the hard work and devotion of metro construction and its engineers.
3. The model form of the metro train’s coaches
To see the model of the metro train and the form of its station, here the coach of the train has been shown through the model so that the people who come here to understand its working process.
An instrument named Pantograph has also been kept on display in the Delhi Metro Museum. A pantograph is a device that is installed on the roof of a metro train, with the help of which electricity is received from the wires going over the train and the train goes through this electricity.
5. 8 Metro train models used across the country
Metro trains run all over the country, 8 different train models have been kept for display here.
6. Gift shop
There is also a gift shop at Yanha, you can remember Vastu in Delhi Metro. On here you get wallets, caps, small models of metro coaches, and much more.
Interesting Facts about Delhi Metro Museum.
- This museum is the only metro museum in South Asia, where the achievements and progress of metro rail are seen through models and art galleries.
- This museum is built under the metro station.
- There is also a gift shop gallery from where you can buy the memorabilia of Delhi Metro.
- If you are traveling in metro then you can go to Patel metro station and see it, it is free for metro passengers.
How to Reach
If you want to visit Metro Museum then you have to go to Patel Chowk Metro Station and this museum is in Patel Chowk Metro.
10:00 AM to 11:00 PM (All days)
Rs 8/- per person. No entry fee for persons commuting through the Delhi metro.
Map & Address
Address: 20, Ashoka Rd, Janpath, Sansad Marg Area, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
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Other Tourist Places in Delhi
If you have come to Delhi to see Delhi Metro Museum, then definitely see Delhi in Places.
- Red Fort
- Akshardham Temple
- India Gate
- Humayun Tomb
- Rashtrapati Bhavan
- Garden of Five Senses
- Qutub Minar
- Jama Masjid
- National Museum
- Connaught Place shopping
- Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Ji
- Lodhi Garden
- Jantar Mantar
- Dilli haat INA
- Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir)
- National Gallery of Modern Art
- Safdarjung Tomb
- National Zoological Park
- Shri Kalka Ji Temple
- Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary
- Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum
- ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi
- Deer Park
- Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir
- Waste to Wonder Theme Park
- Shree Hanuman Temple
- Adham Khan’s Tomb
- Amar Jawan Jyoti
- Sultanpur National Park