Humayun's Tomb Site Museum
Type
brochure
Year
2020
With the intention of providing a meaningful experience for the 2 million annual visitors to Humayun's Tomb World Heritage Site, the Aga Khan Trust for Culture in 2015, on the request of the ASI, embarked on the construction of a 10,000 square meter Interpretation Centre or Site Museum. This will be the largest public museum in Delhi since independence and the first state-of-art interpretation centre at any of India’s World Heritage Sites.

The structure strategically located at the shared entrance of Humayun’s Tomb and Sunder Nursery will also serve as an underground bridge between the two sites, thus allowing unhindered visitor movement across 200 acres and to over two dozen monuments located here.

This project information sheet describes and showcases the project to date. 
Citation
Humayun's Tomb Site Museum. Aga Khan Trust for Culture. Delhi: 2020.
Associated Sites
Authorities
Copyright
Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Country
India
Language
English
Building Usages
museum
public/cultural