Netaji Bhawan, KolkataCurrently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
- Address: 38/2, Lala Lajpat Rai Sarani, Kolkata, West Bengal 700020, India
- Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +91-3324868139
- Ticket Price: 5 INR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
About Netaji Bhawan, Kolkata
Netaji Bhawan had been the residence of Subhas Chandra Bose fondly called as Netaji by Indians. He had been a prominent figure in India’s freedom struggle and till date considered to be a radical and powerful leader of his time. The place has now turned into a museum showcasing different aspects of his life. It is a place where historians and those with a knack of history flocks to sneak a peek into the world he lived in. It is also home to academic research bureau and a whitewashed building that is said to be his brother’s residence. Coming here, you will get to hear many stories, including those of his ‘Famous Escape’. Walk around to check out the numerous artefacts exhibited here and delve in the 1940’s vibe that this house beholds.
Netaji Bhawan Ticket Prices
- Adult: 5 INR
- Child: 2 INR
How To reach Netaji Bhawan by Public Transport
- Bus Station: Sarat Bose Elgin Road Crossing Bus Stop
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Things to Know Before Visiting Netaji Bhawan
1.74% of people who visit Kolkata include Netaji Bhawan in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
84.44% of people start their Netaji Bhawan visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Netaji Bhawan
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Netaji Bhawan
Netaji Bhawan, Kolkata Reviews
An amazing place for a peaceful trip down history. Well curated museum with audio n video details for those interested. The entire life of Netaji is well documented here. A must visit.
Just feeling blessed and overwhelmed...just to think of what happened a century ago at that very place where I was standing in full flesh and blood was so so so overwhelming..the house is kept as neat and simple as possible...kudos..well maintained..I have often visited many temples in the past..but I realized I never had such reverence and awe for a place .. was a pilgrimage for me absolute.. generally parents urge us to bent down and touch and seek blessings at sacred places... yesterday when I was there, my body acted upon on its own...it was so genuine,so natural...just to think that he is around somewhere even today, more so gives goosebumps...I plan to visit again with lots of time in hand next time
There is a very meticulous work of archiving done here, the museum includes various interactive systems to make the experience engaging. The walk around the Museum will get you connected to Netaji and you might even be inspired by his role in the freedom movement. The letters he wrote to various people are put up on the walls. The clothes he wore are also preserved. There is also a collection of books. The entire experience will definitely inspire you and motivate you to work with similar dedication and zeal in life.
Very decent and well maintained. Historic place. Netaji mesuem has lot of his used belongings. Very inspiring place
This place offers a nice glimpse into the life and work of India's most inspirational leader. Wish more parts of the building were accessible to the visitors.