Recently on the World Heritage Day Railways announced the online ticketing system for National Rail Museum where visitors can book their slots in advance through the website.
On the World Heritage Day April 18, Railways made an announcement of online ticketing system for National Rail Museum (NRM). Railways said that NRM tickets will now be available online, where visitors can book their slots in advance through the museum’s website. VK Tripathi the Chairman and CEO of Railway Board has launched the online ticketing system for NRM in the presence of RN Singh the Secretary of Railway Board.
Talking about the National Rail Museum than it represents the rich heritage of 169 years of Indian Railways. Simulating the setting of a railway yard, the outer gallery houses a variety of steam, diesel and electric locomotives, along with a fascinating collection of royal saloons, wagons, carriages, armoured carriages, rail cars and a turntable. Interactive displays and models displayed inside the Indoor Gallery which showcase remarkable stories related to the earliest modes of transport that still existed.
Talking about the National Rail Museum than it represents the rich heritage of 169 years of Indian Railways.
There are a variety of rides like joy and toy train rides, 3D virtual coach rides, and other simulator rides with steam, diesel and electric locomotives. The NRM sees around half a million visitors every year and showcases how the Indian Railways helped India’s integration and progress as a nation. Railways said the introduction of online ticketing is aimed at eliminating queues for visitors, with an aim to reduce waiting time and other benefits, thereby bringing NRM at par with Delhi’s best public and private museums and galleries. Visitors can also experience train/engine simulator ride along with slot booking.
The customer can use multiple payment modes i.e., credit/debit card, net banking, wallet, UPI etc. Counter booking is also enabled with POS machines for digital payments. The QR code-enabled tickets can also be scanned through the mobile app provided to the ticket checking staff at various counters to facilitate easy entry and joyful travel of the visitors. Railways also said “Museum remains open from Tuesday to Sunday (10:00 hours to 17:00 hours) and with the beginning of online ticketing, visitors can avail online ticket booking facilities through the website.
Visitors can also experience train/engine simulator ride along with slot booking.