Taj Mahal

Dharmapuri, Forest Colony, Tajganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001, India

Taj Mahal is a monument, historical place and tourist attraction located in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. The average rating of this place is 4.60 out of 5 stars based on 226495 reviews. The street address of this place is Dharmapuri, Forest Colony, Tajganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001, India. It is about 1.19 kilometers away from the Yamuna Bridg railway station.

Where is Taj Mahal located?
Taj Mahal is located at Dharmapuri, Forest Colony, Tajganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001, India.
What is the contact number for Taj Mahal?
The contact number for Taj Mahal is +91 562 222 6431
What is the nearest railway station from Taj Mahal?
Yamuna Bridg railway station is the nearest railway station to Taj Mahal. It is nearly 1.19 kilometers away from it.
What people say about Taj Mahal

Heidi Katherine 2 months ago

???? Detailed review

Me and my friends came here for my birthday in November, a great place and way to spend your birthday I must say.

‼️Tickets: Got it done online for much quicker checking since we had to just go directly to entry point.

‼️Water bottle: carry your water bottles, If not also there are also places you can drink from mouth basins

‼️If you are carrying bags there would be separate line for checking, if you are going on crowded day make sure you carry just your phones and water bottles in hand

‼️Guides: if you are a person who would want to know things, history and information as you step in you can hire one. All of them are skilled, check within you budget scale. I personally paid ₹100/per person.

Leena Khaneja a month ago

One of the seven wonders of the world may not get five star rating. The experience was so pathetic. The human are treated like bugs or bees. The queue was completely mismanaged. There were no navigation board or help to denote which queue is there and every one was going haphazardly. There were school children queue but no one looking out. The gate was flooded with people and the crowd inside was huge. Such a historic place of importance and so poorly managed. I am sure the revenue earned per day through the public would be in crores but unfortunately no one to take care of the simple logistics for them. There is quite a distance from the entrance to the entry gate and there are staff hovering around. Most of the staff who were at work were looking completely troubled and rightly so and the remaining staff was with indifferent attitude and did not care. The second mess is at the screening of bags. The bags are lying there and there are 70 - 80 women around that screened bags screaming and shouting for their purses. No separate queue was there for ladies. There are shoe cover which are mandatory but in a horrible stage. Thus your shoe might be cleaner than the cover. Mind you whether you pay thousand rupees or two hundred rupees you are eligible for same nonsense. If you want to thus enjoy don’t visit till the same is better organised. It is a shame on us.

Sachin a month ago

My recommendation:
I’ll not review this architectural masterpiece. There’s a reason why this is one of the 7 wonders in the world. But here are a few tips:

- Don’t get a guide (they bargain a lot and it’s honestly not worth it)
- There’s no such thing called skip the line or VIP line. Don’t pay if some “guides” are offering that.
- Don’t get the shoe cover. You will get it inside for free. Some people might be selling outside, you can ignore them.
- If you’re coming via car, you’ll have to get off about 1.4 km from the entry gate. There are govt. regulated golf-kind carts which will take 20 rupees and will take you near the entry gate. Don’t take the small tuktuk, they will not bring you close to the gate.
- Buy online ticket and avoid the queue. It’s the same price
- If you’re short in time, you are better off by not buying the mausoleum ticket. Otherwise, you might as well buy. There was a short queue to enter (about 15 mins wait time). If you want to decide when you go there, they sell just mausoleum ticket, but there might be a queue.
- Go early morning or definitely before 11 AM.
- There are lots of spots for photos, wait for people to clear up, and take photos and move to the next spot.

Dharmapuri, Forest Colony, Tajganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001, India
+91 562 222 6431
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