Red Fort is a fortress and tourist attraction located in New Delhi, Delhi. The average rating of this place is 4.50 out of 5 stars based on 152678 reviews. The street address of this place is Netaji Subhash Marg, Lal Qila, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi, 110006, India. It is about 0.78 kilometers away from the Dariyaganj railway station.
Vipul Yadav 10 months ago
It's a good place. It is better from outside rather than inside as per my opinion. The whole area is hugh and it took us 2-3 hours to cover the whole area. Better purchase the tickets online as it is cheaper and also no waiting in queues. Most of the archaeological sites I have visited in Delhi it is the most maintained maybe due to it's importance during the independence day speech. Connectivity with metro is incredible as it is within 50 metres from the Lal quila metro station. Will visit this place again but this time with better treking boots and better weather preferably winters.
Rohit Adiwal 11 months ago
It was beautiful place and it almost take 2 hours to walk entire place .
I visit the museum within to learn more about each initiative and weapons used during that time. but spent 90 minutes walking around the grounds and still felt I could take longer.
where there a lot of 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.
It felt safe and the facilities are clean. Absolutely worth a 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. 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.
We can go by bus , metro, taxi , auto.but I prefer metro , and the station was with in 50 metres and easy access without traffic .
Sashikant Tiwari 14 months ago
Great place with rich in history & historical moments clearly visible on the old walls of the great red fort of Delhi. There are 2 museums as well to go and revisit our independence war, few ancient items etc. However, I personally felt that the place is not well maintained and after some time one tend to feel bored as it doesn't offer much things to see. Best part of being in red fort is the market around it (Chandni Chowk obviously). Just one suggestion to the caretakers of the red fort would be to maintain this legendary place and please update your online ticketing platform. All in all its a highly recommended place to visit from my side.