Qutub Minar Timings, Entry Fees, Reviews, Contact number, Address & more

About Qutub Minar

Qutab Minar is a soaring, 73 m-high tower of victory, built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak immediately after the defeat of Delhi's last Hindu kingdom.

The tower has five distinct storeys, each marked by a projecting balcony and tapers from a 15 m diameter at the base to just 2.5 m at the top. The first three storeys are made of red sandstone; the fourth and fifth storeys are of marble and sandstone.

At the foot of the tower is the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, the first mosque to be built in India.

Phone Number

011 3959 5224 ( Dial Extn. No. 65#)

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Address

Seth Sarai
Mehrauli
Delhi
Pincode: 110030

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Reviews


A bright day is ideal for this picnic, but don't plan on a hot day as the entire space is quite open and too much heat will be a problem. It does involve a small ticket for entering the monument, but it's not much at all. I'd love to spend ...see more




Qutub Minar is a historical monument. Its a great masterpiece and tallest monument.
We had a wonderful picnic and kids love to run around and pose for nice photographs. This monument is surrounded by many ruins which we weren't aware o ...see more




QUTUB MINAR IS A BEAUTIFUL HISTORICAL PLACE AND ALSO A PICNIC SPOT . IT HAS RECENTLY 5 STOREYS WITH A PROJECTING BALCONY ,OF WHICH FIRST THREE ARE OF RED SANDSTONE AND UPPER TWO ARE OF MARBLE AND SANDSTONE.I WAS GO THERE WITH MY HUSBAND AN ...see more




Qutab Minar is a must-visit for those who love to read about history. Built in red sandstone, it still is one of the most popular tourist destination. It is open from 6am to 6pm everyday. Fortunately I had visited before 1981 before it was ...see more




it is one of the historical and important place of delhi.
do take your kids there in winters and give practical implementation of history(no infants n toddlers ) as they may conisder merely it as picnic spot.
not to be visited during summer ...see more




Qutub minar is a soaring, 73 m high tower of victory built in 1193 by qutub ud din Aibak immediately after the defeat of Delhi 's last Hindu Kingdom. The 238 feet qutub minar is 47 feet at Base and tapers to nine feet at the apex.Mosque in ...see more




I have been to Qutub Minar twice , one when I was around 10 years old and second after my marriage. First thing which I really don't like that the iron pillar is now surrounded with fence and we can put our arms around it. But they must hav ...see more




Qutub minar is good only if the weather is nice.. we went recently there with our son and our niece. They thoroughly chilled out.. the minar was ok for them but the place with rocks and lush green garden was fun for them..climbing and jumpi ...see more




one of the first places we visited when we moved to Delhi was Qutab Minar. One can only imagine how did artisans work in those medieval times to get this towering huge monument up !! we have been here 2-3 times, two times with my kid and on ...see more




Ideally, Qutub Minardi is just a minor standing in between of some area and there's nothing much around. But I'm sure u can stand next to the minor and look it it for a long time. When u notice each and every detail in the minor, it simply ...see more



Sakshi jain

Nice

2 years ago

Reviews


A bright day is ideal for this picnic, but don't plan on a hot day as the entire space is quite open and too much heat will be a problem. It does involve a small ticket for entering the monument, but it's not much at all. I'd love to spend ...see more




Qutub Minar is a historical monument. Its a great masterpiece and tallest monument.
We had a wonderful picnic and kids love to run around and pose for nice photographs. This monument is surrounded by many ruins which we weren't aware o ...see more




QUTUB MINAR IS A BEAUTIFUL HISTORICAL PLACE AND ALSO A PICNIC SPOT . IT HAS RECENTLY 5 STOREYS WITH A PROJECTING BALCONY ,OF WHICH FIRST THREE ARE OF RED SANDSTONE AND UPPER TWO ARE OF MARBLE AND SANDSTONE.I WAS GO THERE WITH MY HUSBAND AN ...see more




Qutab Minar is a must-visit for those who love to read about history. Built in red sandstone, it still is one of the most popular tourist destination. It is open from 6am to 6pm everyday. Fortunately I had visited before 1981 before it was ...see more




it is one of the historical and important place of delhi.
do take your kids there in winters and give practical implementation of history(no infants n toddlers ) as they may conisder merely it as picnic spot.
not to be visited during summer ...see more




Qutub minar is a soaring, 73 m high tower of victory built in 1193 by qutub ud din Aibak immediately after the defeat of Delhi 's last Hindu Kingdom. The 238 feet qutub minar is 47 feet at Base and tapers to nine feet at the apex.Mosque in ...see more




I have been to Qutub Minar twice , one when I was around 10 years old and second after my marriage. First thing which I really don't like that the iron pillar is now surrounded with fence and we can put our arms around it. But they must hav ...see more




Qutub minar is good only if the weather is nice.. we went recently there with our son and our niece. They thoroughly chilled out.. the minar was ok for them but the place with rocks and lush green garden was fun for them..climbing and jumpi ...see more




one of the first places we visited when we moved to Delhi was Qutab Minar. One can only imagine how did artisans work in those medieval times to get this towering huge monument up !! we have been here 2-3 times, two times with my kid and on ...see more




Ideally, Qutub Minardi is just a minor standing in between of some area and there's nothing much around. But I'm sure u can stand next to the minor and look it it for a long time. When u notice each and every detail in the minor, it simply ...see more



Sakshi jain

Nice

2 years ago