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Gandhi Smriti

5 Tees January Marg, New Delhi 110011, India
+91 11 2301 2843
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Mahatma Gandhi's home while in Delhi and the site of his assassination.
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good32%
  • Average9%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“his life” (190 reviews)
“great man” (68 reviews)
“final days” (14 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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5 Tees January Marg, New Delhi 110011, India
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+91 11 2301 2843
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Gandhi ji spent his last days here. A lot can be learned about his life. His last footsteps and the spot of his assassination can be seen. Can be easily reaches by Metro, nearest one is Lok Kalyan Marg. Entry is free. Closed on Monday.

Thank Kumar S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is quite and peaceful, also one must visit to have a great idea about the nations father. A worthy visit for school going students as well.

Thank Ashish A
Reviewed 1 week ago

it was lovely wandering around this area and seeing the last steps of Gandi before his assassination. The story boards were very informative.

Thank nakink
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Every common and daily essential which were used by bapu Gandhi are kept here, the dhoti which bapu wore when he was shooted , slippers, charka, bapu's room, everything would take u to in late 1940's No entry ticket , parking available outside, free drinking...More

Thank Yogesh T
Reviewed 1 week ago

Delhi has lots of interesting sights and sites but this is the only one which brought us both to tears. Not only is the story of Gandhi's assassination ably told but also the story of his life -- and what a life. If you're not...More

Thank Nail56
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

In the end of Akbar-road, stretching from India Gate, on the left is located a kind of memorial quarter of the Gandhi family. Here you can see the memorial house-museum of Indira Gandhi, and the house of Mahatma Gandhi himself in which he spent the...More

Thank gentbrugg
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A good look at the life and times of the man I would call the father of India, not to be missed. Be prepared to spend at least 45 minutes here to see it all.

Thank katenbob
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

what a beautiful relaxing place the gardens around are immaculate and the flower display are perfectly kept worth seeing.

Thank LorraineA4
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

a tribute to Gandhi, where you can see the last steps that he gave and the site where he was assassinated . Also it has a display of his visits around India, his followers and inside the museum house you can appreciate personal items and...More

Thank apocalipse
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Gandhi Smriti is situated at Old Birla House, 5 Tees January Marg, New Delhi. Mahatma Gandhi's Life ended here on 30 January 1948. Mahatma Gandhi had lived in this house. A National Memorial of the Father of the Nation. The Museum preserves photographs, sculptures, paintings,...More

Thank PraveenBansal
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