The residence of Late Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India was converted into a museum after his death. The museum is a fascinating place to learn about the history of the Independence Movement.There are several photographs of the erstwhile Prime Minister, the gifts received by Pandit Nehru from various countires , giving an account of his life. Besides this, the colonial building is also equally interesting, with its teak paneled rooms with high ceilings, spacious verandas and well kept gardens.
Nehru Learning Centre for Children & Youth
The Nehru Learning Centre for Children & Youth (NLCCY), which started in 2007 with a range of open activities and events including Freedom Week and 150 years of 1857, has evolved as a vibrant and lively unit of NMML. Its activities are aimed at keeping alive the legacy of Pandit Nehru, who loved children, and of the national freedom struggle and their values of democracy, secularism and peace. Children and young people from all backgrounds, schools and institutions participate in them. The programmes are generally designed keeping in mind the academic content - history and science being the central thematic threads - quality, scope for creativity and expression and sometimes, the special needs of participants.
Attraction for all ages
The Nehru Planetarium and museum in New Delhi is situated in the green surroundings of the Teen Murti House, earlier the official residence of India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and now a museum in his memory. It can be a very interesting place to visit with children between the ages of 5...More
The entry is free in planetarium, there are lots of information about space and india's contribution. The main attraction is Soyuz capsule(Original) used in April 1984 when Mr. Sharma came back to earth from space. A grand bungalow with large and well-maintained lawns and shady trees; lots of peaco...More
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