This one is a very unusual museum and went there just out of curiosity after hearing from an acquaintance. Worth a visit.
About Sulabh International Museum of Toilets
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It’s surprising that this Toilet Museum in Delhi finds mention all over the internet and in the prestigious TIME magazine, but back home, no one knows about the place. I wouldn’t blame the locals though. The museum is at one end of the city in...More
This is a very unique attraction where one can see the history of sanitation through various civilizations. A good place for a researcher in the area of sanitation. The place is very well maintained by Sulabh International.
sulabh toilet museum museum based on toilet and sanitation evolution.visiting here is different experience.watching many type of toilet and sanitation equipment is amazing.
Sulabh International Museum of Toilet started by Private NGO Sulabh International at Sulabh Bhawan, Mahavir Enclave, Palam Dabri Marg, New Delhi is one of the weirdest international museum. The museum comprise rare collection of facts, pictures and objects detailing the historic evolution of toilets from...More
It is a museum on sanitation and toilets, only of it's kind in World, is located in New Delhi. The museum concept is based on historical evolution of sanitation and toilets in World. It displays details of development of toilet through ages, toilet related customs...More
Tucked away through a courtyard in an otherwise everyday part of Delhi's outskirts is this free-entry, free tour-guide, no-ask (for donation or tip) toilet museum run by a toilet NGO..... yes, you read that right. We got a whistle-stop tour around the museum (large room...More
Sulabh toilet museum is based on very unique concept of toilet and sanitation.. Here have almost all style of and from all era of toilet fitting and their history
An excellent museum telling the history of and Dr Pathak' contribution to sanitation. In addition to the indoor and outdoor exhibits, the museum is also attached to the Sulabh public school where children are taught about the importance of sanitation and helping the poor, the...More