Museum on Indias Struggle for freedom

location_on Chandni Chowk
Facilities
Age Group
6 to 60
Key Attractions
History of the freedom struggle is depicted through photographs, documents, paintings, lithographs and objects like guns, pistols, swords, shields, badges, medals, dioramas and sculptures.
Visit Duration
About an Hour
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Days & Timings
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Closed on Monday & National Holidays.
Tickets/Entry Fee
Rs 5/- per person
Guided Tours
Authorized tour guides are available.
Photography
Not Allowed
Food & Water Facility
Yes- Soft drinks and snacks stalls are available at the entry gate of Red Fort.
Restroom Available
Yes
Parking
Yes
about

After you cross the Bazaar in Red Fort, on the left there is Swatantrata Sangram Sangrahalaya or Museum of Freedom Struggle which is housed in a building which is from the British period. This double storey museum houses paintings depicting various revolts during the independence movement. There are maps depicting British areas at various points in time during their rule. There are statues of important people who played a role in independence struggle and models of events like Jalianwala bagh massacre.

Venue
Contact Person
Dr. Piyush Bhatt, Assistant Superintending Archaeologist
Contact No.
+911123273703
Email ID
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Address
Netaji Subhash Marg, Red Fort, Delhi Inside Red Fort DL IN - 110006   Chandni Chowk   Nearest Metro Station: Chandni Chowk (Yellow Line)
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