The Heritage Transport Museum, housed in an area of over 90000 square feet is a one of a kind private museum of this scale in India. It is a must-visit museum for those interested in cars and the history of transport in the country. With an extensive collection of models of classic and vintage vehicles on display, visitors will definitely be transported back in time when at the museum. Aside from allowing visitors the opportunity to view these historically significant and artistically inspired modes of transport, the museum also has interactive displays that encourage visitor participation. Displaying around 100 models of vehicles from the beginning of the 20th century, that are mostly one of a kind, the museum showcases the evolution of transport in the country. Since the museum is quite popular with repeat visitors, they tend to change their displays and adapt their spaces seasonally in order to offer visitors something new each time.
Adults - 300 rupees Children under 12 years - 150 rupees Children under 3 years - free of charge
Tuesday to Sunday: 10am-7pm Closed on Mondays
Around 1-2 hours
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The extensive collection of vehicles
While Muslim tourists will not find prayer facilities at the Heritage Transport Museum, they will be able to locate prayer facilities in the city of Gurgaon. Chauma Masjid and Anjuman Jama Masjid are two mosques in the city that are frequented by locals and visitors alike. Tourists visiting the museum could therefore ask the locals to direct them to a nearby mosque when needed.
Although the museum houses a restaurant within its premises, the outlet may not be Halal certified. Tourists requiring Halal cuisine can either dine on vegetarian or seafood items here or dine at one of the many Halal restaurants in the city of Gurgaon. Locating suitable dining options will prove to be quite easy as the city has several fantastic Halal restaurants.