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Top 5 Things To Do On Delhi Tour With Kids

Are you wondering where to take your children, while being on tour in Delhi? Here are the 5 top attractions that you could visit. These places are best for the kids and have numerous attractions and activities to keep the kids occupied happily. Along with playing, they would also learn about numerous fascinating facts related to education and India. If you are comfortable travelling to Gurgaon from Delhi, Kingdom of Dreams is an excellent choice to visit with kids. This is basically a hi-tech entertainment destination where the kids could explore the vibrant colors of India.

 

1. Children’s Park at India Gate

Children’s Park at India Gate

Children’s Park at India Gate

India gate is undoubtedly very popular amidst visitors due to its historical significance. Adjacent to it is a Children’s Park, sprawled over an area of 10 acres. In the year 2002,  the park was renovated and features like swings, games, musical fountain, amphitheater, library, play equipments and theater, were added to the park. During sunset, the entire park is beautifully illuminated.

  • Location: Rajpath, near Connaught Place, New Delhi.
  • Nearest Metro Station: Khan Market (Violet Line) / Central Secretariat (Yellow Line, Violet Line)
  • Entry Fee: Free

 

2. Purana Quila (Old Fort)

Purana Quila (Old Fort)

Purana Quila (Old Fort)

Red Fort of Delhi is a popular landmark, but Old Fort is worth visiting due to its interesting facts. The fort has walls of 2 km long and was built to protect the city. The fort is much similar to any castle and the moat completes the look. In the premises of the Old Fort, hi-tech light and sound are organized. Adjacent to fort is a lake where the kids could go and enjoy paddle boating.

  • Location: On Mathura Road, between India Gate and Humayun’s Tomb.
  • Nearest Metro Station: Pragati Maidan (Blue Line)
  • Entry Fee: INR 5 for Indians/ INR 100 for foreigners.

 

3. Dili Haat

Dili Haat

Dili Haat

Along with being one of the best markets of Delhi, Dili Haat is a perfect attraction to visit and make the kids aware of the colorful culture of India. One could explore the stalls and find handicrafts and artifacts from all across India. To keep the element of adventure in your visit, you may also encourage your kids to visit the food court in the premises and taste food from various parts of India. Apart from this, regular cultural programs are also organized here.

  • Location: There are 2 Dili Haats in Delhi. The one opposite INA market is most vibrant and the one at Pitampura is constructed beautifully.
  • Nearest Metro Station: INA Metro (Yellow Line) / Netaji Subash Place (Red Line)
  • Timings: 10:30 am to 10:00 pm, including national holidays.
  • Entry Fee: INR 20 for adults / INR 10 for kids.

 

4. National Science Center

National Science Center

National Science Center

This is one of the important landmarks of Delhi where kids of different age groups could enjoy. The center features 7 galleries over 8 levels. The topics covered range from heritage, science & technology, human biology, emerging technologies, prehistoric life, information revolution, fun science, and a lot more.

  • Where: Near Gate 1, Bhairon Road, Pragati Maidan.
  • Nearest Metro Station: Pragati Maidan (Blue Line)
  • Timings: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm (Daily, except for Holi and Diwali)
  • Entry Fee: INR 20 (free entry for kids under 5)

 

5. National Rail Museum

National Rail Museum

National Rail Museum

The National Rail Museum in Delhi is one of the attracting destinations for both kids and adults. This place is a paradise for train enthusiasts. Here, the kids could explore working and static models of trains. This museum is spread over an area of 10 acres and includes more than 100 indoor and outdoor displays. The museum features signaling equipment, historical photographs, antique furniture, and literature.

  • Location: Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.
  • Nearest Metro Station: Dhaula Kuan (Orange Line – Airport Express)
  • Timings: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm (Closed on Monday)
  • Entry Fee: INR 20-50

Neelam Talreja
is a Travel Writer with a keen interest in writing about incredible destinations. Her write-ups are detailed and comprising of all relevant details that could accommodate. All write-ups are written after thorough research with a blend of creative writing that will make you travel along.


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