Red Fort, New Delhi

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World heritage site · Castle · Historic Site
With massive sandstone walls, Red Fort represents a major Mughal-era structure with a place on the World Heritage List. Built by Shah Jahan of Taj Mahal fame in 1648, the fort long served as an imposing center of Mughal power. Though you cannot explore much of the fort due to its importance as a military base, you can still marvel at the host of colonnades and pavilions that survived the colonial-era gutting by the British. You'll also get an up-close look at some of the watchtowers and defensive positions that punctuate the wall. Keep in mind that your entry ticket includes admission to the fort's internal museums. Add Red Fort and other attractions to your New Delhi trip itinerary using our New Delhi itinerary planner.
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  • It's very good tourist visit at red fort old dehli. Excellent location near by metro Red fort made by mughals and near to jama masjid and Chandni Chowk market. Red Fort is very oldest fort in...  more »
  • Excellent location near by metro Red fort made by mughals and near to jama masjid and Chandni Chowk market  more »
  • I visited Red Fort on 16th Jan. Lal Qila Metro station is the nearest and most suitable means to visit the fort. The view at the entry is mesmerising and after a few clicks, we proceeded to the left.....  more »
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  • loved the place.It's a beautiful place to reminisce your history. The coolness of the air at the top of the fort is incomparable. One should visit the place with your adored one to have the total fun. You have lush green lawns and so many spots to have a seat and talk.Each wall really has a story to tell. Hence ,one must really take a professional guide to be informed accordingly. To enter inside red fort you need to get the tickets and if you will pay offline it will cost u around 50 rupees for just visiting and around 80 rupees for museum. Buy online you need to pay only 35 rupees and 56 rupees for museum so you can book online it will be easy for you. Happy Visit!
  • great place to hangout with family , pace is also very clean.. loved the place.It's a beautiful place to reminisce your history. The coolness of the air at the top of the fort is incomparable. One should visit the place with your adored one to have the total fun. You have lush green lawns and so many spots to have a seat and talk.Each wall really has a story to tell. Hence ,one must really take a professional guide to be informed accordingly. To enter inside red fort you need to get the tickets and if you will pay offline it will cost u around 50 rupees for just visiting and around 80 rupees for museum. Buy online you need to pay only 35 rupees and 56 rupees for museum so you can book online it will be easy for you.
  • loved the place.It's a beautiful place to reminisce your history. The coolness of the air at the top of the fort is incomparable. One should visit the place with your adored one to have the total fun. You have lush green lawns and so many spots to have a seat and talk.Each wall really has a story to tell. Hence ,one must really take a professional guide to be informed accordingly. To enter inside red fort you need to get the tickets and if you will pay offline it will cost u around 50 rupees for just visiting and around 80 rupees for museum. Buy online you need to pay only 35 rupees and 56 rupees for museum so you can book online it will be easy for you. Happy Visit!
  • One of the greatest monuments of India and the walk around the place is so peaceful. A must visit for relaxation and learning more about the history of Indian revolution of getting freedom. There are also museums within to learn more about each initiative and weapons used during that time. Great place to be opted for children to understand our history and explore this monument. Also, they host lot of shops within the premises. During Indian Independence day the Indian flag is hoisted here.
  • It was a great experience. This place is BEAUTIFUL and they really do maintain it amazingly! This landmark comprises a large complex full of multiple architectural structures with acres of well-kept gardens in between. It is all enclosed by a huge red wall, giving it its name. I didn't visit the museum but spent 90 minutes walking around the grounds and still felt I could take longer. It felt safe and the facilities are clean. Absolutely worth a visit!

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