Dilli Haat, New Delhi

Get right into the thick of things at Dilli Haat, a bustling open-air market. Opened in 1994 on 2.4 hectares (6 acres) of land, the market has the appearance and atmosphere of a traditional village bazaar, with thatched roof cottages and kiosks housing the colorful wares of trades and craftspeople from all corners of the country. Choose from crafted items such as rosewood and sandalwood carvings, camel hide footwear, and an extensive array of gems and jewelry. The market also offers a good range of street food stalls, selling local and national cuisine. Work out when and for how long to visit Dilli Haat and other New Delhi attractions using our handy New Delhi trip itinerary builder website .
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  • Regimented market and without the originality of other, similar jewelry and textiles all presents. For tourists
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  • The market place is quite good. One can find many handcraft items in this place. The place is near the station.  more »
  • We discovered this market which has the advantage of being open on Sunday. It is 2 steps from the metro so convenient to access. Compared to the main Bazaar, is a haven of peace... Certainly, you have to pay an entry fee of 100 rupees, but worth it... There are many from the true craft items. Not all of them, so be careful. So yes the prices are more expensive than traditional bazaars, but the quality is not the same. The prices are fixed most of the time (discount max of 5% to 10%). We can eat on site (some restaurants/explorers). At the bottom right, excellent espresso.
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  • An amazing place to visit for shopping the handicrafts and goods close to culture of the various parts of the country. The location is great and fee nominal. The cuisine from all over India gives the complete picture of national integration. The place is open and great for hangout. Frequently theme based events are conducted. They add to the ethnic and earthy charm of the place. Crowd is good. Negotiation can be done for purchases at times.
  • Enjoy cuisine from different states across country. Shop at stalls of various Craftsmen. The variety ranges from shoes to bags to Jewelry, jackets and much more. One can easily spend one full day at this place. Folk artists perform here every evening. Also, there are troops of dancers performing occasionally.
  • Nice and strategic location, best attraction for tourists from the country and abroad, everybody likes to visit it. Nominal entry fee worth value of time and money. A must visit for everyone good kids to bring along. Good mix of art, culture. Good for petty shopping and nice options also for dining as per timing for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A house of handicrafts from the countryside roam, do shopping take rest have food enjoy each moment.
  • Pretty peppy place to be at. The food is so so, however the fruit beer is amazing at this place. The market is famous for textile shopping and other Indian cultural stuff which is admired a lot by foreigners. It's a very vibrant and colourful market , and hence you'll find a lot of budding photographers here trying their hand.
  • It is place situated near the INA metro station and just at 5 min walking distance. The entrance fee here is 30 rupees per adult. You find unique peaces here. The thing that I like the most here that you will get restaurant of each state and the taste of food of all the states you get here. The home decorative things are also very beautiful but they are little bit costly.

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