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First, their are trains that you are allowed to take pictures in. And the number of trains and the types of trains is amazing. Good lunch at the cafeteria. As an adult I loved all this history of trains, something I'd never see in the...More
Went during the week and in the midst of visits by a number of school groups. This wasn't an issue as they were mostly interested in doing the fun train ride. Didn't look that much fun to me but they seemed to enjoy the short...More
For anyone interested in trains and railways, this is a very good place to visit. The history of railways in India is very well depicted. So are models of train coaches, old steam engines, etc. For ones interested in technical details like trach laying, tunnel...More
This indoor/outdoor museum is a bit disappointing given the rail heritage of India. The Indoor exhibits are interesting, with a lot of detail on the history as well as the mechanics of railways.
However, the outdoor exhibits of rail cars and locomotive engines was a...More
They do not allow any adult for kids as young as 4 for the simulator rides. These rides are in a huge dark room and have controls to manage and the staff wants the children to do this alone. The staff is very rude and...More
This is a very interesting place for anyone who wants to have a first hand experience of how the railway industry has evolved over the years..there are real coaches and engines exhibits from over the years and are well kept...the place is well spaced out...More
Got my memories refreshed...
What better to do on a weekend winter sunny day..
Better than going to a mall .
Weekend tickets a little expensive.
Tips:- no need to take toy train for rs 200
Buy joy train ticket for rs 50/ adult...More
The only attractions are the simulated engines. Since entry inside the exhibited coaches is prohibited it is less interesting to see it just from outside without a view of the inside. Slightly overpriced for the number of attractions. Can cover it in 2/3 hours.
Response from AbhayKrSinha | Reviewed this property |
Not really. Actually the rail museum entrance is from the residential area and there is single road. In the normal days, there shouldn't be any parking problems but when you are going on a weekend & holidays, then there can... More
Not really. Actually the rail museum entrance is from the residential area and there is single road. In the normal days, there shouldn't be any parking problems but when you are going on a weekend & holidays, then there can be parking problems as you need to wait for long time to park your car. The parking space can park almost 100 cars and after that there is problem. I have faced the similar problem but can be manageable as it is worth visit.