Delhi War Cemetery is open Monday to Friday from 07:45 to 17:00 GMT. For weekends and other festival holidays, the main entrance is locked, but access to the cemetery is possible via the side entrance next to the cemetery office building.
Proceed to Delhi Cantonement by taking the Ring Road in the direction of Nariana from Dhaula Kuan multi-level crossing and continue for 3 km to reach Brar Square traffic junction (adjacent to BASE Hospital). There are roadside boards on the right side of the road both sides of this junction. Take a right turn over the railway crossing and after apprximately 1km, you will find the cemetery on the right hand side of the road. Latitude 28.61624 Longitude 77.14542
Wheelchair access to the cemetery is possible at all times via the side entrance as there are steps at the main entrance.
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