Here are the top 93 tourist attractions to see in Delhi:

1. Humayun's Tomb

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9 km
from city center
1 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Apart from being known for its stunning architecture, this is the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site declared in 1993, and has undergone widespread restoration work since then. The tomb was custom-built by Humayun's son Akbar during 1569-70, and is also the first structure to have made the use of red sandstone at a massive scale.

2. Hauz Khas Village

Must visit 4.3 /5 View 7+ photos

13 km
from city center
2 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Well known in medieval times, the Hauz Khas village has amazing buildings built around the reservoir. There are remnants of Islamic architecture roughly colored by splotches of urban culture. The existing status of the village also retains not only the old charm of the place but has enhanced its aesthetic appeal through the well maintained green parks all around with walkways, and the urbane refurbished upmarket and quirky places of interest that have spruced up the old Mughal surviving structures.

3. Qutub Minar

Must visit 3.7 /5 View 6+ photos

16 km
from city center
3 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

At a height of 234 feet, this minaret is the tallest individual tower in the world and is a perfect display of Mughal architectural brilliance.

4. Red Fort

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3 km
from city center
4 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

The Red Fort was the official seat of Mughal rule and authority from 1648 onwards, when the 5th Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, decided to move the capital of the empire from Agra to Delhi. Constructed using red sandstone, it remains one of the architectural marvels of the Mughal era. In 2007, it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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5. National Zoological Park

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8 km
from city center
5 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

At the National Zoological Park, birds and animals live in an environment that in many ways resemble their natural habitat. The National Zoological Park not only provides a home for endangered species, but also helps them to breed in captivity. Eventually, they may once again thrive in the wild.
With the establishment of a Zoological Park at Delhi, presents of animals started coming from State Government and individuals which were kept in temporary enclosures around Azimganj Sarai, an enclosed square courtyard built for temporary halt for travellers during the Mughal days. The collection comprises of Tigers, Leopards, Bears, Foxes, Monkeys, Deer, Antelope and many birds which were finally transferred to their permanent enclosures. The Park was inaugurated in November 1959, by Minister of the Government of India. This Park was initially known as Delhi Zoo. In the year 1982 it was given the status of the National Zoological Park with the idea of it being the model zoo of the country.

6. India Gate

Must visit 4.3 /5 View 24+ photos

7 km
from city center
6 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

The All India War Memorial, popularly known as the India Gate, is a war memorial located in New Delhi. It is dedicated to the 82,000 soldiers, both Indian and British, who died during the First World War and the Third Anglo-Afghan War. The Amar Jawan Jyoti is the burning structure, right underneath the archway, which symbolizes the eternal, immortal soldiers of India.

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7. Lotus Temple

Must visit 4.4 /5 View 18+ photos

13 km
from city center
7 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Commonly known as Lotus temple, it is a Baha'i Houses of Worship, the Lotus Temple is open to all, regardless of religion, or any other distinction. It is situated near mandir marg in Kalkaji, New Delhi

8. Chandni Chowk

Must visit 4.3 /5 View 17+ photos

2 km
from city center
8 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

One of the oldest markets in Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk is still an important historical site renowned for the availability of every kind of goods as well as food. It was Constructed in the 17th century by mughal ruler of India Shah Jahan. It is situated opposite the Red Fort and provides a view of the Fatehpuri Mosque.

9. Shopping Markets

Must visit 3.6 /5

2 km
from city center
9 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Delhi is known to be shoppers' paradise. For almost everything, you will find a great market for the best price.

10. Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, Delhi

Must visit 3.6 /5

8 km
from city center
10 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Also known as the Delhi Akshardham, this temple complex was built in 2005 and sits deftly near the banks of River Yamuna.

11. Jantar Mantar, Delhi

Must visit 4.3 /5 View 11+ photos

4 km
from city center
11 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Located in New Delhi, the Jantar Mantar was one of the five sites built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur. The site consists of 13 architectural astronomy instruments. The main purpose of the observatory was to compile the astronomical tables and to predict the movement and timings of the sun, moon and planets.

12. Rashtrapati Bhavan

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6 km
from city center
12 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Rashtrapati Bhawan is an famous monument of the British Empire which was said to be the palace of the Viceroy of India, is now the home of the President of Indi. It is considered to be the best known monument in India next to Taj Mahal and Qutub Minar.

13. Jama Masjid Delhi

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2 km
from city center
13 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Mughal emperor Shah Jahan got the Jama Masjid built between 1644 and 1656 on a massive budget. The mosque still has three huge entry gates standing since 1656, when it was completed. The structure is made up of red sandstone and white marble. With a capacity of 25,000 people at one time, the courtyard was built with a great vision. The floor has 899 black markings for worshippers.

14. Connaught Place

Must visit 4.3 /5 View 5+ photos

4 km
from city center
14 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Officially named Rajiv Chowk, Connaught Place is better known as CP amongst the locals. It is one of the largest commercial and business centers in Delhi, and has been designed in two concentric circles namely Connaught's Inner Circle and Connaught's Outer Circle. Known since British era, this market has its own elegance. The British architecture gives this shopping place a touch of royalty.

15. Agrasen ki Baoli

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5 km
from city center
15 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

A protected monument under the Archaeological Survey of India, Agrasen ki Baoli is a 60 meter long and 15 meter wide historical step well on Halley Road, New Delhi. Baoli, also referred to as Baori is a hindi term for step well.

16. Waste to Wonder Park

9 km
from city center
16 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

The latest addition to Delhi's list of attractions, Waste to Wonder Park features the replicas of iconic seven wonders of the world, created from industrial and other waste. One of its kind theme park in the world. Located near Nizammudin Metro Station, it was inaugurated at Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van. The amazingly created Waste to Wonder Park has become the new haunt for the couples eager to click a selfie in front of the Eiffel Tower Replica, along with the families visiting the park to click photos in front of the seven wonders replicated by 150 tonnes of waste products including scrap iron, thrown away automobile parts, broken metal utensils and pipes.

17. ISKCON (Hare Krishna) Temple

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13 km
from city center
17 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

This temple was opened back in 1998; it is located at Hare Krishna Hills, in the East of Kailash area of New Delhi, India. A very well-known Lord Krishna temple for inner peace. Its followers believe in Srila Prabhupada. As one of the biggest temple complexes in India. It has numerous rooms for priests and service renders. Many halls are used for its administration purposes. It is divided into four broad units.

18. Teen Murti Bhavan (Nehru House) and Nehru Planetarium

3.3 /5

7 km
from city center
18 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Once served as the home of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru for 16 years, today, the Teen Murti Bhavan houses various institutions like the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library and the office of Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund. One of the four Nehru Planetariums is also located within the grounds of the house.

19. Lodhi Garden

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8 km
from city center
19 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Lodhi Gardens is a city park placed in New Delhi. Spanning over 90 acres. The beautiful garden draped in emerald grass contains, Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Tomb of Sikandar Lodi, Shisha Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century by Lodhis, an Afghan dynasty, that ruled major portions of northern India and Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of modern-day Pakistan, from 14 to 15 century. The site is now protected by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The gardens are situated between Khan Market and Safdarjung's Tomb on Lodhi Road and is a favourable spot for morning walks for the Delhiites.

20. Khan Market

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7 km
from city center
20 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Khan Market is one of the hot spot and posh market in Delhi which serves as a perfect place for friends and family to hangout.

21. Mehrauli Archaeological Park

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16 km
from city center
21 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Mehrauli Archaeological Park is an archaeological area spread over 200 acre in Mehrauli, Delhi, adjacent to Qutub Minar World Heritage site and the Qutb complex. It consists of over 100 historically significant monuments. (br) Mehrauli Archaeological Park is an archaeological area spread over 200 acre in Mehrauli, Delhi, adjacent to Qutub Minar World Heritage site and the Qutb complex. It consists of over 100 historically significant monuments. It is the only area in Delhi known for 1,000 years of continuous years of occupation, and includes the ruins of Lal Kot built by Tomar Rajputs in 1060 CE, making it the oldest extant fort of Delhi, and architectural relics of subsequent period, rule of Khalji dynasty, Tughlaq dynasty, Lodhi dynasty of Delhi Sultanate, Mughal Empire, and the British Raj.

22. National Gallery Of Modern Art, Delhi

3.0 /5

7 km
from city center
22 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Following its motto of delivering an excellent world of art to its visitors, National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi, preserves paintings and other artistic pieces dating back to 1850s.

23. Nizamuddin Dargah

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9 km
from city center
23 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

This is the holy shrine of Muslim Sufi Saint Nizamuddin Chisti. The tombs of many other people from the Mughal era are present in the same area, which surround a tank. The graves of Jahan Ara Begum and Inayat Khan are also present here.

24. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

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5 km
from city center
24 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the most important Sikh gurdwara, aka Sikh house of worship, in Delhi, India and known for its association with the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan, as well as the pool inside its complex, known as the 'Sarovar.' It was first built as a small temple by Sikh General Sardar Bhagel Singh in 1783, who supervised the construction of nine Sikh shrines in Delhi in the same year, during the reign of Mughal Emperor, Shah Alam II.

25. Kuchesar

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69 km
from city center
25 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Kuchesar is a tiny village in Bulandshahr district of Uttar Pradesh, at a distance of 80 km from Delhi and is popular for its Mud Fort, now restored as a heritage resort.

26. Rajghat

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5 km
from city center
26 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Rajghat is a place where Mahatma Gandhi, Father of the Nation was cremated followed by his assassination in year 1948. Visitors from all around the world come here to pay their homage.

27. Pragati Maidan

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7 km
from city center
27 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Pragati Maidan, situated at Mathura Road, is a vast exhibition center of Delhi. With an exhibit area of 150 acres, it serves as an important attraction of Delhi.

28. Rajpath

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6 km
from city center
28 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Running from Rashtrapati Bhavan on Raisina Hill, all the way through Vijay Chowk and India Gate to the National Stadium, Rajpath is a long ceremonial boulevard in New Delhi. Considered to be one of the most important roads in India, it is where the annual Republic Day parade takes place on 26 January. While Rajpath stands for the King's Road, Janpath, which stands for People's Road, also crosses the road. Running in the east-west direction, the avenue is lined on both sides by huge lawns, canals and many rows of trees.

29. Tughlaqabad Fort

3.0 /5

17 km
from city center
29 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Tughlaqabad Fort is one of the finest specimens of pure Islamic architecture and has the touch of Sultanate sturdiness about its fortifications. The entire premise takes around an hour or two to look around and offer great opportunities for history enthusiasts and shutterbugs.

30. Safdarjung Tomb

3.0 /5

9 km
from city center
30 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Built in 1754, during the reign of Mughal Emperor- Ahmad Shah Bahadur, the namesake tomb is dedicated to the Prime Minister of the court- Safdarjung. Located in the heart of the city, at the junction of Safdarjung Road and Aurobindo Marg, the monument is a low-key tourist attraction of the city.

31. Lajpat Nagar

3.0 /5

11 km
from city center
31 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Lajpat Nagar is a bustling and colourful neighbourhood in South Delhi which is best known for the Lajpat Nagar Central Market where many come to experience the thrill of the genuine Delhi life. One visit and you'll know how lively the place is and this can be seen by the flamboyant goods on sale, the brilliant evening lights, the rushing inhabitants and the sounds of the ever so busy streets.

32. Garden of Five Senses

3.0 /5

17 km
from city center
32 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Located in the poised Said-ul-Ajaib, away from the din of the city, the enticingly alluring park brings together an evocative bouquet of colour and fragrance, texture and form. Aptly called as the Garden of Five Senses, the park sprawling over 20 acres of land is designed to stimulate your senses of touch, sight, smell, sound and taste and is a paradise for nature’s lovers.

33. Dilli Haat

3.0 /5

10 km
from city center
33 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Designed to invoke the ambience of a traditional village fair, Dilli Haat is every shopper’s paradise, a foodie’s haven and the cultural magnet of the metro city. A flamboyant mix of vibrant colours and varied cultures, the bazaar is located in the commercial centre of South Delhi, bang opposite to the INA Market.

34. Purana Qila

3.0 /5

7 km
from city center
34 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Stoically standing in the placid vicinity of Indraprastha, Purana Qila or the Old Fort is a masterpiece of the ancient glory and sterling architecture of the bygone Mughal Empire, and is one of the oldest forts in Delhi. Built on the banks of river Yamuna and spread over a vast 1.5 kms of area, the monument has tons of myths and legends of the medieval era attached to it.

35. Paharganj

3.0 /5

2 km
from city center
35 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Replete with travellers, both Indians and foreign, Paharganj is the most chaotic, noisy, dirty and yet the most vibrant market of Delhi. Dotted with umpteen hotels, brothels, cheap bars, and ultra cheap restaurants; the labyrinthian alleys of Paharganj have a lot more to offer than visible to the naked eye.

36. Rail Museum, Delhi

3.0 /5

10 km
from city center
36 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Located in the vicinity of Chanakyapuri, the Rail Museum aims to preserve the 163 years old railway heritage of India. Popularly known as the National Railway Museum, the museum is spread over 10 acres of land and houses some fantabulous railway memorabilia.

37. National Museum, Delhi

3.0 /5

6 km
from city center
37 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Also known as the National Museum of India, the National Museum in New Delhi is one the largest museums in India, situated on the corner of the Janpath and Maulana Azad Road. Established in 1949, the blueprints of the majestic repository were prepared by the Gwyer Committee set up by the Government of India in 1946.

38. Mughal Gardens, Delhi

3.0 /5

6 km
from city center
38 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Popularly known as the “soul” of the Presidential Palace, the Mughal Gardens are located inside the Rashtrapati Bhawan Complex. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in the year 1917 for Lady Harding, the gardens cover a vast area of 13 acres and are a wonderful incorporation of Mughal architecture with that of British style.

39. Sarojini Market

3.0 /5

10 km
from city center
39 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Vibrantly coloured clothes strewn all over, tiny food stalls cramped in every nook, deafening cacophony of the salesboys and a pandemic compact environment- welcome to Sarojini Nagar, the most hep and trendy market of Delhi.

40. Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque

16 km
from city center
40 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Located within the Qutub Minar complex at Mehrauli in Delhi, Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque (translating to ‘Might of Islam’) was built by the Mamluk ruler Qutub-ud-din Aibak. Yet another feather in the cap of Delhi, the monument is the first mosque to be built in the city after the Islamic conquest of India and is known as a celebration of the Muslim Rule.

41. Sulabh International Museum of Toilets

15 km
from city center
41 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Sulabh International Museum of Toilets was built in 1992 by Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak (a social activist) and titled as one of the weirdest museum in the world by Time magazine. Established with the objective to address the global history of sanitation and toilets, the museum is anything but mundane and is a source of amusement to many.

42. Nicholson Cemetery

1 km
from city center
42 out of 93
places to visit in Delhi

Situated in the heart of the city in Kashmere Gate area of New Delhi, Nicholson Cemetery (also known as Lothian Cemetery) is an ancient Christian cemetery named after the Brigadier-General John Nicholson, a Victorian era military officer who played a crucial role during the Indian Rebellion of 1857.

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