Humayun’s Tomb is a fascinating place rich in history and architecture. This magnificent structure has an influence of Indo-Islamic and Persian architecture which echoes the stories of lost love.

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Experience can be scheduled for a suitable date and time within 14 days from the date of booking.




Mughal Architecture has outshone the world with its brilliance for over 500 years now. Humayun’s Tomb can be said to be the first building to be constructed by Mughals that drew the attention of the world towards India and it’s culture.

An evening dedicated to the magnificence of its Persian gardens, sandstone walls, marble jaalis and cenotaphs and the love stories that this Mughal tomb personifies.

The two-hour walk is filled with fun facts, shayari and trivia about this royal graveyard!

Additional Information

Inclusion –  Native Fees

General guidelines –

  1. Reach the meeting place on time!
  2. Wear comfortable shoes. Be fit and fresh!
  3. Carry a water bottle.

Meeting point will be disclosed once you book the experience.

Visit Delhi Tourism website for Entry fees and more details.

About Geetanshu

An architecture and food enthusiast. Pursuing architecture as a profession, I developed Photography, first as an essential skill and later as a hobby. With a varying interest in fields like Blogging, Poetry Slam and Advertising & Branding, somewhere I happened to find my muse in Social Media Consultancy and Food Photography. Born and brought up in the soulful town of Varanasi, mythology and history have always attracted me.

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  1. Once booked, the experience needs to be scheduled for a date within 14 days from the date of booking.
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