Activity Sheets and Presentations
A Tale of Trees
Alamkara, Teachers' resource pack cum activity booklet
Arms and Armours Activity Booklet
Birds and Animals in Indian art
From Coins to Credit Cards activity booklet
Life in Harappan Civilization activity booklet
Birds and Animals
Playtime at National Museum
- General announcement | Click here to view details
- Registration form for Playtime participation | Click here to view details
- Playtime Volunteer Programme information with form attached | Click here to view details
- Calendar of events for Playtime | Click here to view details
Activities Around Temporary Exhibitions
The National Museum hosts regular programmes and guided tours for children. Please keep checking our website and facebook page for details of such events and to book for tours click on the Yuva Saathi Programme tab on the left.
(Santal Musical Traditions Activity Sheet) Click here to view details
(Poubi Lai: Activity Sheet for children) Click here to view details
(Nauras Exhibition Activity Sheet) Click here to view details
(Youva Saathi Young Visitor Programme) Click here to view details
(Journey from Iran to India with Atoosha) Click here to view details
(A Tale of Trees: Special Activity Sheet around Miniature Gallery of National Museum, Delhi) Click here to view details
(From Coins to Credit Cards - Activity Sheet for Children around the Numismatics Gallery of National Museum, Delhi) Click here to view details
(Childrens Activity Sheet - A World of Maps) Click here to view details
The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination (What's On pamphlet)
National Museum opened its new exhibition titled "The Everlasting Flame: Zoroastrianism in History and Imagination" on March 19, 2016. Many educational activities are being organized around this exhibition. All events are organized on a pre-booking basis.
The last date for booking is 1st April 2016.
To register please send in the name of the participants to the following email
View activity details on this link
Booking is on first come first serve basis and the seats are limited.