Update on: 04/08/2022
In exercise of the powers conferred under Rule 6 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Rules, 1959, the Director General, Archaeological Survey of India hereby directed that no fee shall be charged at all the ticketed Centrally protected monuments / Archaeological Sites Remains specified in the Second Schedule of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Rules, 1959 as well as all Archaeological Sites Museums form 5th August, 2022 to 15th August, 2022 on the occasion of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ as part of commemoration of 75th years of India’s Independence.
Update on: 06/12/2021
Taj Mahal is open for visitors.
It remains closed only on Fridays, other days it is always open.
Visiting hours: 30 Minutes before Sunrise upto 30 Minutes before Sunset.
All other monuments & tourist attractions in the city are open all week in Agra.
Visitors are requested to follow covid guidelines strictly please.
Drone camera is strictly prohibited in and around the Taj Mahal.
Update on: 06/12/2021
Entry tickets can be bought online through the website of Archaeological Survey of India https://asi.payumoney.com/#/, window ticketing is also available now. Kindly note that issues related to ticketing may kindly be sent / addressed to the custodian department of Taj Mahal which is the Archaeological Survey of India. We, the department of Tourism are operating this website just for the information purpose for the tourists.
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