The National Science Centre in New Delhi, established in the year 1992, is a science museum present on Bhairon Road close by Pragati Maidan Gate No 1. The museum is a part of National Council of Science Museums (NCSM).
Consisting of eight floors, the repository houses exhibits on themes science, architecture and history. A perfect place for the science enthusiasts, it has various galleries and sections that are a must see for all, especially the younger enthusiasts and school children.
Some of its sections include the Human Biology Gallery, Heritage and Dinosaur Gallery, Fun Science Library, the Ancient Indian Science and Technology section, a section on Vedic Mathematics and Ayurveda, a DNA Science section and more.
Also, present is an energy ball displayed at the museum's entrance and a fun-filled multimedia gallery that's one of its kind in the country.
The museum remains open to public between 10 am and 5 pm daily and remains closed only on the days of Holi and Diwali festivals.