Mehrauli Archaeological Park Travel Guide
Mehrauli Archaeological Park opens at 6 AM and closes by 6 PM. There are no shops, stalls, etc. inside the park. So, you will have to carry your own water bottle and eatables. There are parks, benches, you can sit and relax for a while. Make sure that you don’t throw garbage around and only throw it in the dustbins. Mehrauli Archaeological Park is among the free entry places/monuments of Delhi, thus you don’t have to buy an entry ticket. There are several food outlets, restaurants, and cafés near the park and near the Qutub complex where you can have nice meal options.
Mehrauli Archaeological Park is among the top offbeat places to visit in Delhi. I was surprised when I visited this park for the first time in January 2020. I had visited Qutub Minar several times and never knew about this place. It was later in late 2019 only when I got to read about this heritage place and decided to explore it. If you are looking to explore unseen places in Delhi, consider Mehrauli Archaeological Park and you won’t be disappointed. If you are someone who loves history, ancient architecture, this is where you should come and spend some time roaming, exploring the ruins which were built centuries ago.