Right in the middle of the garden lies this derelict 'fallen palace' being restored to somewhat its original condition. This was the Zafar Mahal, built by Bahadur Shah Zafar. It had a grand hall, surrounded by small rooms. Over time, with no usage and upkeep, the roof fell through.
Finally when I went to Red Fort after 4 years of vehemently denying the urge to visit, what did I learn there? That it was totally worth the effort and the labels like boring and political landmark need not be associated with it at all time. Through personal experience, I'd definitely recommend visiting the Red Fort because there's a lot to see there. And even more so to experience.
The enchanting magic of two important eras, each so well preserved in the folds of time that the moment you step foot inside the fort, you are transported back to when there was music and merrymaking within the walls, happy times indeed. The fort has seen and been through a lot and still it retains most of its original charm and continues to wow the visitors.