Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, New Delhi

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  • I visited this Museum at the suggestion of my cousin, who found it on a list of Time Magazine’s “Top Ten Weirdest museums on earth” ( it came in third behind Iceland’s Penis museum and The Museum of B...  more »
  • Small museum but great concept. While funny, it emphasizes the importance of sanitation. It's free and the tour guide was very helpful. I even learned some tricks to delay the pressure of going to the...  more »
  • This is the Museum want to go once they must go by auto or car Sulabh Tilqt Museum is located in northeastern part of Delhi. It is from toilet sanitation and health to learn and utilize waste, biogas power project creates employment. You can eat thali premises, cooked using the methane gas. Water vending machines are located facing the road, you can buy cheaper than the market price, safe water. This project here in a few years is significantly improving public toilets of Delhi.
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  • A must visitplace for hygiene lovers and hygiene activists to learn the ways to maintain and/or restore hygiene at bare minimum costs! Plus, it can inspire the youngsters too to take hygiene as a must-have right. Its International museum is tremendously knowledge providing.
  • The place is quite hidden in a crowded area. The musium is a very small. It's just as big as one room. All the toilets they have are dummy. None is original. But you will get to know some really cool facts about toilets.the guides there are nice and friendly. If you are in that area u must visit there. It hardly takes 10-15 minutes to cover the whole musium
  • This museum show the ability and necessity of Cleanliness and different kind of toilets. It is a kind of fun place with knowledge. No entry fee, very supportive and guiding staff. Open all 7 days; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at working days And sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • It’s surprising that this Toilet Museum in Delhi finds mention all over the internet and in the prestigious TIME magazine, but back home, no one knows about the place. I wouldn’t... This is a very unique attraction where one can see the history of sanitation through various civilizations. A good place for a researcher in the area of sanitation. The place is...
  • A MUST VISIT FOR EVERYONE RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN OF THIS COUNTRY.Dr.Pathak has done a brilliant job by paving a way for Clean India.He is a Humanist in True sense.Despite developing brilliant sanitation technologies and innovations,He didn't seek any patents which can prevent the installations of the toilets in each and every home of this country.The staff are very knowledgeable and polite.You can have a guided tour in both English and Hindi.You will definitely appreciate the innovations like Biogas fuelled electric bulb and Cooking.A primary health care facility is also attached to this museum.As the posted Doctor said,"Even with the best doctors and medicines,There can be no healthy India without the presence of safe sanitation facilities."Some of the milestones acheived by Sulabh group are also mentioned here.If you are an Architect/Engineer/Health care provider/Policy maker you should definitely visit this musuem.It will inspire a great deal of Ideas for clean energy,Environmental protection and Sanitation.

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