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Qutub Minar

Opens in 22 min: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Open today: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Construction on this sandstone minaret was begun in 1192. Surrounded by other historical sites, it is the most popular monument in India. Miniature Souvenir is available at Luv Indiya, 12 B Janpath Market, Connaught Place, New Delhi
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Hours Today: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Qutb Minar, Mehrauli, New Delhi 110030, India
Mehrauli/Qutub Minar
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Reviewed today

We had an excellent guided tour of this monument and learnt a lot of indian history it was a shame that visitors can no longer climb the stairs to the top though!

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Sarah B
Reviewed today via mobile

It name is Qutb Minar but it is spelled as Qutub Minar. It is 73 meter tall. It contain a spiral staircase which consists of 379 steps. It's design based on Minaret of Jam. It is nice place to visit.

Date of experience: February 2019
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Reviewed today via mobile

We visited Qutub Minar as stop one of our New Delhi tour and really liked it. The carvings are beautiful and so is the surrounding park. No need to stop for a very long time, just enough for some photos and a walk around. Definitely...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank Nikki v
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great place to visit with family. A place for experiencing the history of Delhi with the non- rustable iron pillar and the Qtub minar

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank Sumeetaggy
Reviewed yesterday

Qutab Minar is a little drive out of central delhi but the exponential growth of the city has ensured that the city has grown around it.Thus this serves as a nice oasis with trees,greenery,etc besides the history,of course

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank ShuddhoGhosh
Reviewed yesterday

For me, this place really emphasised the city's long history, characterised by so many different influences way before our modern times. Very impressive!

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Nossi
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Qutub Minar is the highest monument of India and one of the tallest stone masonry towers in the world. Its construction started around 1200 and was finished by 1368. The Minar is surrounded by several historically significant monuments of the Qutb complex, including Quwat-ul-Islam...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank Nixsangwan
Reviewed 2 days ago

The minaret is perfect in shape and built using very old techniques - was the tallest structure in the world for a few hundred years (other than the pyramids)

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Raj S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is a truly impressive place. The facilities are quite spread out and include not only the main tower but a mosque and several tomb monuments.

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank Kathy60
Reviewed 2 days ago

Preferably try visiting this place on a weekday to avoid the long queues. The place is full of nice historic structures and greenery!

Date of experience: August 2018
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endonkkeren
15 January 2019|
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Response from York476 | Reviewed this property |
600 rupee and 550 with cc 500 if you have a receipt from another national site but seems like that takes some haggling
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Arunava G
23 November 2018|
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Response from MathurGaurav | Reviewed this property |
There is no need for it. Just be ready with the QR code/e-ticket. The QR code will be scanned at the time of entry as well as the exit. p.s. I did the same when I visited the place with my family.
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SpencerWhit
13 September 2018|
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Response from CRavindra00 | Reviewed this property |
You can spend around 2 hours. If has ancient Indian architecture as well as a non rusting iron pillar from the days of King Ashoka. There are other beautiful monuments but in dilapidated conditions. You may like the place... More
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