Crafts Museum, Thapar House
It showcases traditional and rural handicrafts.
It is a part of the Children’s Book Trust and has an international collection of dolls that are dressed in their respective national costumes. The museum is located to the east of Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg.
National Gallery of Modern Art
The gallery has a fine collection of art from the 19th and 20th centuries. There are over 2,000 paintings, sculptures, and graphics.
One of India’s most important museums exhibits artifacts from Prehistoric and Indus Valley Civilizations, sculptures from the Maurya, Gandhara, Gupta and other periods, bronzes, miniature paintings, copies of murals, Central Asian antiquities, textiles and decorative art, an anthropological section, and a handicrafts gallery. Nearby is the National Archives with a wealth of documents and records.
Nehru Memorial Museum (Teen Murti House)
It was the residence of Nehruji, the first Prime Minister of India and now houses a museum and research library dedicated to nim. A sound and light show-‘Tryst with Destiny’s held here every evening.