Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, New Delhi
(3.9/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • Hard to go in anyway, but it's small and quite an experience ish Museum for the first time. No nearby Metro JanakpuriEast bus 801 from. Or rickshaw. Derry City is not at all easy. Tours are free of charge.
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  • The place is located off the normal tourist route and not very popular with the tourists. The taxi we had hired had to ask around to reach this place. It is a small museum, but visiting this place was...  more »
  • The name itself justifies the location the area near to this is disgusting and crowded. Especially when you visit in rainy season. 
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  • It's a very interesting place to visit. You learn a fair bit about sanitation over the years and get to see designs used throughout India. It is challenging getting here! Kids loved it. It's not a large place. Should take you 30 minutes unless you stick around as we did.
  • It is famous landmark on palam dabri road.
  • This is more of an information center than a museum. It is a good place to learn about the history of toilets and sanitation. They even give a guided tour for free. However, the museum is very small with few objects on display. I think they should expand it with more toilet models from all over the world from all eras. They can put an entrance fee to fund it if they need. As of now, this museum is free to enter.
  • I visited this museum with my grandson on 16-03-16. It was a unique and very knowledgeable experience. The museum is kept very well. The explanation by the lady guide was superb. (It is the first time I have used this adjective for a presentation. Everyone -specially school going young persons MUST visit this 'great' museum. My grandson was almost wonder struck.
  • International centre for sulabh sanitary in my area Dwarka.