The development of the Old Fort in Delhi is said to have been begun by Humayun, the Afghan ruler. Be that as it may, Sher Shah subsequent to vanquishing Humayun is said to have finished the structure. In this way the stronghold shows a sheer mix of Mughal, Hindu and Afghan design, making a noteworthy sight. A shining lake close to the Old Fort of Delhi enables drifting offices to the voyagers.
The Delhi Old Fort is exceptionally close to the India Gate and the Humayun's tomb in New Delhi. No passage expense is charged to enter the Delhi Old Fort. The Delhi Old Fort is open from dawn to nightfall.