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Witness the Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan presidential palace, one of India’s oldest military traditions, on this private 4-hour tour. Enjoy the memorable parade, with the elite President’s Body Guard on horseback and the Army Brass Band in full regalia. Then, head to either the National Museum or the National Rail Museum and explore the fascinating exhibitions independently, before being driven back to your hotel.

Highlights

  • Half-day Changing of Guard ceremony plus self-guided museum tour in Delhi
  • See the President’s Body Guard carry out ceremonial duties atop their horses
  • Watch the Indian Army Guard Battalion replace the old guard
  • Visit the National Museum to admire art exhibits or the National Rail Museum to see old locomotives – your choice
  • Enjoy private air-conditioned transport with a professional, English-speaking driver
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off plus entrance fees included

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Your guide is committed to minimizing our carbon footprint. For every tour, they pay a fee out of pocket to offset the carbon emissions created by the transportation used on this tour. Those funds go to organizations working toward a greener future.

What You Can Expect

Rashtrapati Bhavan Changing of Guard and Museum Entry Independent Tour

National Museum in Delhi

Itinerary

Customer Reviews

Ross P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

We could not attend the changing of the guard owing to security restrictions before the Republic Day Parade but went to The National Museum in its place. That museum is absolutely wonderful and is close to central New Delhi. We also attended The National Rail Museum as planned in the morning and had a marvellous time there which included a trip in a quaint toy train around the fascinating old railway engines and carriages - many were classic very large steam engines - many beautifully dressed and well behaved school children were on the little train. The rail museum is a must for children to visit! There is also an indoor museum, which is beautifully set up, and also a fascinating souvenir shop with everything a child or a railways buff could ever wish for and purchase. Our guide was wonderful.
Ross and Margaret Paterson

Richard M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Excellent. Not a large crowd. I recommend standing at the back rather than sitting in the allocated chairs.

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