The red sandstone and marble structure sits within a symmetrical square garden divided into four parts. The garden, dotted with small pools joined by channels, also contains several other tombs of important figures, including Haji Begum -- the wife who built the tomb and mother of Emperor Akbar -- and Isa Khan Niazi, an Afghan noble.
While it’s possible to visit Humayun’s Tomb on your own, you’ll do yourself a great service by bringing along a guide who can tell you more about the history behind each structure.
Tours & Tickets
See some of Delhi’s top attractions and learn about its dynamic culture with an expert local guide on this full-day private tour. With your guide, visit two ... Read more
Duration: 8 hours (approx.)