Established in 2009 in the heart of New Delhi, National Handicraft and Design Gallery  is a collaboration between Gargoti Museums and the Handicraft & Textile Ministry of The Government of India. The motive of this gallery is to showcase objects like natural Indian zeolite minerals and crystals, natural gem stones, natural precious/semi-precious stones and metals, fossils, and so on. The highlights of the collection are a dinosour's egg, a Shiva-ling made of crystal (only one in the world), Mars rocks and Moon rocks.

Category
Specialised, Anthropology
Established
2009
Visiting Hours
10:00 am - 7:00 pm (Monday to Saturday), 11:00 am - 6:30 pm (Sunday)
Entry Fee
Indians: ₹100 Foreigners: ₹300 Below 12 years: Free
Average duration
1-2 hours
Getting there
Nearest Metro Station: Shivaji Stadium, Landmark: Pracheen Hanuman Mandir
Facilities
Managed by
Gargoti Mineral Museum, Narsik
Docent Guide
Amarnath Panday, +919711856661
Email
delhi@gargoti.com