There wasn't a lot of museum to the Indira Gandhi Memorial and Museum. It was mostly memorial, I guess.
Aside from a slew of photos, the focal point was the garden path on which Indira Gandhi walked and fell when she was assassinated by her bodyguards.
Despite the history, I found it to be a rather peaceful park; most of the people remained crowded inside the buildings, viewing news clippings.
Inside the museum lay the the sari and accessories Indira wore when she was assassinated (bullet holes, bloodstains and all)...
...and the gristly shards of clothing that survived the assassination, by bombing, of Indira's son, Rajiv Gandhi.
A rather disquieting museum, I have to say.