Receive a morning pickup from your Delhi hotel, traveling during the course of your excursion using a mix of public transit, cycle rickshaws and tuk-tuks as you stop at a variety of “quirky” museums.
Prepare to be “flush” with excitement during your first visit of the day at the Sulabh International Museum of Toilets. You’ll view various toilet designs throughout history, starting all the way back in 2500 B.C., and learn more about the importance of sanitation to human civilization.
You’ll continue to the National Rail Museum, where you can nerd out of a huge collection of vintage train coaches and engines. Those looking for the full train experience can even ride in a historic working model. Proceed from the Rail Museum to the Crafts Museum for an in-depth look at the history of India’s wide range of artisans. You might even take a seat at the museum’s pottery wheel to learn how ceramics are made.
Make the last visit of your excursion at Shankar’s International Dolls Museum. Take a walk through its showcase of more than 6,000 dolls from 85 different nations, and check out the 500 dolls outfitted in their home countries’ traditional garments. Finish the day by receiving a drop-off at a location in Delhi of your choice.