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Playing around in a children's park in Delhi are some of the fondest memories of the now 30-year-old fathers and mothers of Delhi. While we might have entered the techno-age, the charm of running aro (Read More)und and visiting new places for entertainment or learning still has a charm which gadgets can’t replace. The national capital is always buzzing with activity and there is something here for everyone to enjoy. With young families being a large part of the population, Delhi sure has a lot to offer to its kids and families!

Here is the list of 35 Fun Places for Kids in Delhi & their Families!

1. Appu Ghar

Appu Ghar

Appu Ghar is a name synonymous with introducing entertainment and amusement parks to a whole generation since the 90s. It was relocated to Gurugram behind Huda City Centre where it houses the Oyster Beach and Great India Place, Gurgaon. You can also have a feel of an actual beach while lazying on the loungers put up next to the wave pool or even avail of privacy while enjoying the activities of the park in your personal cabana. It has a wonderful food court that serves up refreshing mocktails and has four multi-speciality restaurants - Southern Bay, Aroma Coast, Tidal Tadka and Langkawi Bay. Head out to Appu Ghar to snap out from the daily buzz and din of the city and spend a day all to yourself with your loved ones in the super-entertaining and relaxing ambience of this place!

Timings: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Saturdays the park is shut
Entry Fee: Regular/Access to all Water Rides: Kids and Senior Citizens- 799 INR; Adults- 1299 INR
Multi-Cuisine Buffet + All Water Rides: Kids- 1099 INR; Senior Citizens- 1199 INR; Adults- 1699 INR; Couples- 3000 INR

2. Worlds of Wonder

Worlds of Wonder

Located in Noida, Worlds of Wonder is north India's largest amusement and water park. Boating, rain dance and a video game arcade are just some of the attractions in addition to the rides here. You can also have your birthday party here to make it a birthday you'll remember forever!

Timings: 10.30 AM to 7 PM, every day.
Connectivity: The closest metro station is Noida Sector 18, apart from which you can take your own vehicles here, with ample parking available.
Entry Fee: INR 899 for Adults and INR 599 for Children (Amusement Park); INR 1299 for Adults and INR 999 Children (Water Park).

3. National Bal Bhavan, Delhi

National Bal Bhavan, Delhi

National Bal Bhavan is an autonomous institute under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, headquartered at ITO, New Delhi. Established in 1956 by the then Prime Minister of India- Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the centre aims to nurture and enhance the creative ability of young children by providing them with an interactive environment.

Timings: 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Entry Fee: INR 20 (Above Age 16); No Entry Fee (Below 16)

4. National Zoological Park, Delhi

National Zoological Park, Delhi
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The National Zoological Park is a 176-acre sprawling property with a myriad of wildlife in vast enclosures. A lot of schools take trips here to educate students about the flora and fauna. There are battery-operated scooters that one can take to go around or even walk the distance. Food isn't allowed inside but there's a canteen on the premises. White tigers, bears, blackbucks, emus and many more animals are here in comfortable environments.

Timings: 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Entry Fee: INR 40 for Adults; INR 20 for Children

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5. Rail Museum, Delhi

Rail Museum, Delhi
3.0 /5

In the heart of Delhi in Chanakyapuri is the railway museum showcasing the history of one of the oldest modes of transportation of our country. It has over 100 exhibits of real-size Indian rails. Antique furniture, literature to supplement the history of the railway is also present. There's also a toy-train in which visitors can take a ride along with the premises of the museum.

Timings:  9.30 AM to 5.30 PM, Monday's being their day off
Connectivity: Race Course on the yellow line is the closest metro station to the museum
Entry Fee: INR 50 Per Adult; INR 10 for Children

6. Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon

Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon
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A live-entertainment theatre with new shows happening every month's something kids would definitely want to visit. The Kingdom of Dreams was started in 2009 and ever since has had a strong crowd going there every day. With each state of India is represented for its art, craft, food and other specialities, it's a pan-India experience under one roof. The shows have music, dance, acrobatics that will cater to the fancies of children and then child within adults too!

Timings: 12.30 PM to 12 AM Tuesday to Friday, 12 PM to 12 AM Saturday-Sunday; Monday is their day off
Connectivity: The closest metro station is IFFCO Chowk
Entry Fee: Starts from INR 500

7. Nehru Planetarium, Delhi

Nehru Planetarium, Delhi
3.3 /5

Earlier the official residence of the Prime Minister, the Nehru Planetarium is now a museum commemorating him. It was set up with the vision of promoting astronomy education. There are live interactions and programs for visitors, students and amateur astronomers. The Planetarium is always active with programs for school and college students and for amateur astronomers.

Timings:11 AM to 5 PM, Monday is their day off
Connectivity: The closest metro station is Race Course
Entry Fee: INR 80 for Adults; INR 50 for Children.

8. Purana Qila, Delhi

Purana Qila, Delhi
3.0 /5

The Old Fort is one of the oldest in Delhi and was built by Sher Shah Suri. While Red Fort may be better known, the Old Fort has the sound and light show which is a treat for all! It is open all days of the week to go visit and the show happens every evening. It tells the history of Delhi in the most gripping manner possible!

Timings: 7 AM to 5 PM, show timings vary depending on the season
Connectivity: The nearest metro station is Pragati Maidan
Entry Fee: INR 20 for Indians; INR 200 for Foreigners.

9. Adventure Island, Delhi

Adventure Island, Delhi

Probably the most famous of all adventure parks in Delhi NCR, Adventure Island is a one-stop haunt for all the dose of thrill and enjoyment. It is a super-hit with kids and adults alike, and couples find it a refreshing change to head to for spending an exciting date! It has a vast array of adult rides, rides for kids, water rides as well as special events that are organised from time to time. Feel the adrenaline pumping as you head for a ride on 'Butterfly Feeling' or 'Twister' meant for adults; alternatively, you could let your inner child have fun on less scary rides such as Wild Wheels, Sky Riders or Splash Down. Wave Rocker, It's a Ringa Ringa Thing, Bush Buggies, Splash Dunk and Bumper Cars are loved by families and large friends' groups. In addition to the adventure park, you could dabble in some window-shopping experience at the Metro Walk, which is dotted with all the latest brands, and finally, head towards a satisfying lunch or dinner at plenty of culinary options available. The best part about this place is its super convenient connectivity by metro as it is located bang opposite to Rithala station on the red line.

Timings: 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 550 Per Person for Adults and INR 350 Per Person During Weekdays; INR 600 Per Person for Adults and INR 350 Per Person During Weekends.

10. Splash Water Park, Delhi

Splash Water Park, Delhi

Splash is located at main GT Karnal Road and is a huge attraction for people not only from Delhi but also from places such as Sonipat, Panipat and Murthal. Multilane slides, Harakiri, Mushroom Fall, splash pools along with adventure rides such as Ferris Wheel and Mini Columbus are huge crowd-pullers. Splash is also famous for school picnics as it is conveniently situated and also relatively cheaper than other parks.

Timings: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 700 per Person During Weekdays; INR 800 per Person During Weekends

11. Lodhi Garden, Delhi

Lodhi Garden, Delhi
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Lodhi Gardens is a city park placed in New Delhi. Spanning over 90 acres. The beautiful garden draped in emerald grass contains, Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Tomb of Sikandar Lodi, Shisha Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century by Lodhis, an Afghan dynasty, that ruled major portions of northern India and Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of modern-day Pakistan, from 14 to 15 century. The site is now protected by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The gardens are situated between Khan Market and Safdarjung's Tomb on Lodhi Road and is a favourable spot for morning walks for the Delhiites.

Timings: 5:00 AM to 8:00 PM (April to September); 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM (October to March)
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

12. Fun n Food Village, Delhi

Fun n Food Village, Delhi

Waterpark that will remind most people of their childhood when they take their children there, Fun n Food Village is a place definitely made for fun! It has the longest water slide of over 400 ft, known as 'Lazy River' right in the middle of the park. It also boasts of having the largest wave pool in Delhi which makes you feel as if being swept by the soft waves of the sea. Adventure rides, cultural programs and performances make it one of the best places to have fun in Delhi. Kiddies area, Fresh Water Pool, Merry go Round, Rain Dance and Aqua Ball Slide are some of its main attractions.

Timings: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 1600 for Couple; INR 1000 for Singles; INR 500 for Children.

13. Salam Balak Trust Walk, Delhi

Salam Balak Trust Walk, Delhi

The Salam Balak Trust has a guided tour of the city of almost 2 hours, conducted by children who used to live on the streets of Delhi. They are children who want to improve their English and communication skills apart from their lives. Since it is run by adolescents, children will have an informative and fun time, being told things about the city from people their own age. 

Timings: 10 AM
Connectivity: The nearest metro stations are Jhandewalan and Patel Chowk Official Website

14. Shankar's International Dolls Museum, Delhi

Shankar's International Dolls Museum, Delhi

The International Doll Museum is home to over 6000 dolls from almost 85 countries, dressed in their traditional attire. It also displays dolls from many years ago and showcases an evolution in he craft of doll making. It's an interesting visit for children and adults alike.

Timings - 10 AM to 5. 30 PM, closed on Monday
Connectivity - The closest metro station is ITO
Entry Fee - INR 15 for Adults; INR 5 for Children

15. Dilli Haat, Delhi

Dilli Haat, Delhi
3.0 /5

Designed to invoke the ambience of a traditional village fair, Dilli Haat is every shopper's paradise, a foodie's haven and the cultural magnet of the metro city. A flamboyant mix of vibrant colours and varied cultures, the bazaar is located in the commercial centre of South Delhi, bang opposite to the INA Market.

Timings: 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 30 for Indians (Adults); INR 100 for Foreigners.

16. Delhi by Cycle

Delhi by Cycle

There are many ways to see the capital city but the best way would have to be cycling through the narrow lanes where cars can't take you, early in the morning before the city wakes up. DelhiByCycle is a guided tour through the capital which one can take with their families to see the city better. For those who don't know how to cycle and younger children, there's also the option to go around in an auto-rickshaw and really get up close with the city.

Timings - 9 AM to 5 PM
Connectivity - The tour is of the old city starting near Rajpath, the closest metro station is Janpath and Rajiv Chowk
Fee - INR 10 Per Hour

17. Children's Park (India Gate)

Children's Park (India Gate)
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The war memorial that we all know also has a fantastic children's park next to it which is over a sprawling 10 acres of land. With various activities like swings, theatre, musical fountain, library, it's a place where children with any interest will have fun. Boating at India Gate is also one of the main attractions, especially during the sunset when the whole area is illuminated in beautiful amber hues.

Timings: 9.30 AM to 7.30 PM in summer and till 5.30 PM in winter
Connectivity: The closest metro stations are Rajiv Chowk and Janpath
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

18. Waste to Wonder Park, Delhi

Waste to Wonder Park, Delhi

The latest addition to Delhi's list of attractions, Waste to Wonder Park features the replicas of iconic seven wonders of the world, created from industrial and other waste. One of its kind theme park in the world. Located near Nizammudin Metro Station, it was inaugurated at Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van. The amazingly created Waste to Wonder Park has become the new haunt for the couples eager to click a selfie in front of the Eiffel Tower Replica, along with the families visiting the park to click photos in front of the seven wonders replicated by 150 tonnes of waste products including scrap iron, thrown away automobile parts, broken metal utensils and pipes.

Timings: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Closed on Monday and National Holidays
Connectivity: Nizammudin Metro Station
Entry Fee: INR 50 for Adults; INR 25 for Children

19. Garden of Five Senses

Garden of Five Senses
3.0 /5

Located in the poised Said-ul-Ajaib, away from the din of the city, the enticingly alluring park brings together an evocative bouquet of colour and fragrance, texture and form. Aptly called as the Garden of Five Senses, the park sprawling over 20 acres of land is designed to stimulate your senses of touch, sight, smell, sound and taste and is a paradise for nature’s lovers. Conceptualized on the theme of natural beauty to provide the locals with a leisure space, this enchantingly beautiful garden is a celebration of aesthetic expression and fabricated design.

Timings: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 30 for Adults and INR 10 for Senior Citizen and Children

20. Nehru Park

Nehru Park

Located in the Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave in New Delhi, Nehru Park sprawls over an area of 85 acres. Named after our first Prime Minister Pandit Nehru, the park was established in 1969.

Timings: 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

21. Qutub Minar, Delhi

Qutub Minar, Delhi
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The soaring and brave tower that allures tourists despite being destroyed by ravages of natural apocalypses several times, Qutub Minar is the tallest individual tower in the world and second tallest monument of Delhi. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is located in Mehrauli and its construction was started in 1192 by Qutb Ud-Din-Aibak, founder of Delhi Sultanate. Later, the tower was built by various rulers over the centuries. The sight of this glorious monument takes you back to the rich history of India.

Timings: 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 30 for Indians; INR 500 for Foreigners

22. Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple
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Located in the national capital of New Delhi, the Lotus Temple is an edifice dedicated to the Baha'i faith. The magnificent structure of this building unfolds in the form of a stupendous white petal lotus and is one of the most visited establishments in the world. The design of this shrine was conceptualized by Canadian architect Fariborz Sahba and was completed in the year 1986. This temple seeks to propagate the oneness of the Almighty and is open to all regardless of their nationality, religion, race or gender. The Lotus temple it is one of the seven Baha'i House of Worship present around the world.

Timings: 9:00 to 7:00 (During Summers); 9:00 to 5:30 (During Winters)
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

23. National Gallery Of Modern Art, Delhi

National Gallery Of Modern Art, Delhi
4.1 /5

India is a country of art lovers, and National Gallery of Modern Arts (NGMA) is no less than heaven for them. Following its motto of delivering an excellent world of art to its visitors, National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi, preserves paintings and other artistic pieces dating back to 1850s. NGMA at Delhi is the main museum located in the Jaipur House. It was established on March 29, 1954, by the Indian Government. Covering an area of 12,000 metres square, it is the largest when compared to its subsequent branches in Mumbai and Bangalore. The gallery helps people to connect the works of modern art with their vital passions of the human spirit.

Timings: 11:00 AM to 6:30 PM (Tuesday to Friday); 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM (Saturday and Sunday); Mondays Closed.
Entry Fee:

24. National Museum, Delhi

National Museum, Delhi
3.0 /5

Also known as the National Museum of India, the National Museum in New Delhi is one the largest museums in India, situated on the corner of the Janpath and Maulana Azad Road. Established in 1949, the blueprints of the majestic repository were prepared by the Gwyer Committee set up by the Government of India in 1946. Today, the museum boasts of possessing a whopping 200,000 artworks, both Indian and foreign, and is maintained by the Ministry of Culture, Department of India. Covering an extensive range of products from the prehistoric times to modern works of art, the museum traces the rich cultural heritage of nations across the world, from over 5000 years ago.

Timings: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (Tuesday to Friday); 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM (Saturday and Sunday); Mondays Closed.
Entry Fee: INR 20 for Indians (Adults); INR 650 for Foreigners

25. Sanskriti Museums, Delhi

Sanskriti Museums, Delhi

Located at Anandagram, within the Sankriti Kala Kendra Complex in Mehrauli area of South Delhi, Sanskriti Museums had been established in 1990 by O.P. Jain. With an objective to preserve indigenous heritage and culture by curating, promoting and documenting everyday objects of art and craft, the museums are a perfect blend of tradition and modernity. The complex has three museums- Museum of Everyday Art, Museum of Indian Terracotta and Museum of Indian Textiles, all of which are a treasure trove of stunning displays of everyday objects, handcrafted products and terracotta sculptures and figurines.

Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

26. Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, Delhi

Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, Delhi

Home to umpteen monuments of historical importance, awe-striking places of heritage and breathtakingly beauteous locales, Delhi always has yet more new surprises in store. One such asset is Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, built in 1992 by Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak (a social activist) and titled as one of the weirdest museum in the world by Time magazine. Established with the objective to address the global history of sanitation and toilets, the museum is anything but mundane and is a source of amusement to many. With a plethora of exhibits accumulated from over 50 countries and ranging from ornately carved toilets to painted urinals and related anecdotes, the repository brings to you the entire history of toilets from 3000 BC to the 20th century, meticulously arranged in three sections of Ancient, Medieval and Modern.

Timings: 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

27. Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, Delhi

Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, Delhi

Housed within the premises of the grand Teen Murti Bhavan in Delhi, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library is an autonomous institution established in the memory of the first Prime Minister of India- Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Founded in 1964, after the death of Pandit Nehru, with an aim to foster research and preserve the modern and contemporary history and the Indian Independence Movement, the museum is currently managed and maintained by Department of Culture, Government of India. Besides being the prime source of detailed information on Nehru, the repository also has archives of Mahatma Gandhi’s writings, in addition to private documents of C. 

Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Mondays Closed)
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

28. Crafts Museum, Delhi

Crafts Museum, Delhi

Popularly known as the Crafts Museum, the National Handicrafts Museum is a colorful amalgamation of the diverse culture and rich traditions of our country. Located in the far corner of the magnanimous Pragati Maidan in Delhi, the museum is a centre to exhibit varied specimens in handicrafts, textile and local decor. Designed by the prominent architect Charles Correa, the museum is currently under the management of Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. At present, the museum houses over thirty-three thousand assorted collection of various crafts collected over a period of last 60 years from different states of India. A treasure trove of rich handloom and hand crafted products, the repository also has a sales section dedicated to satiate the visitors if they want to pick souvenirs.

Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 10 for Indians; INR 150 for Foreigners

29. Charkha Museum, Delhi

Charkha Museum, Delhi

Charkha Museum is one of the latest additions to the wonderful assets of Delhi. Constructed in collaboration with KVIC (Khadi and Village Industries Commission), the museum highlights the importance of the great heritage of Indian Charkha. Inaugurated on 27th May 2017, the museum is built atop the underground Palika Bazaar in Connaught Place opposite the Khadi Gramodyog Bhavan. Managed by New Delhi Municipal Corporation, the gigantic model of the Indian Charkha (26 feet long, 13 feet wide and 4 feet high) promotes the philosophy of self-reliance. The charkha weighs about 5 tonnes and is weatherproofed to stand sturdy against storms, rains and sun. 

Timings: 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 20 Per Person

30. Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum, Delhi

Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum, Delhi

Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum is one of the most sought after and one of the most awed museums in all of Delhi, Located inside the premises of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the museum was inaugurated in 2014 by the then President of India Pranab Mukherjee. The depository showcases invaluable artefacts and exquisite products for the lovers of art, culture and history. The complex is situated alongside Circuit 2 within the compound and has been further segregated into three sections- The Clock Tower, The Stables and The Garage. The Garage is the most recent addition to the complex inaugurated in 2016.

Timings: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 50 Per Person

31. Museo Camera, Delhi

Museo Camera, Delhi

Located in the urban alleys of DLF Phase 3 in Gurugram, Museo Camera is a unique vintage cameras museum showcasing analogue still and video cameras, over a century old. The eccentric repository is a private venture and the brainchild of the Indian photographer Aditya Arya. At this age and time, when all of our lives are revolving around social media and Instagram news feed, the museum is a perfect representation of our digital lifestyles. Located in the India Photo Archive's headquarters in Gurugram, the gallery boasts of a humungous collection of over 1500 cameras ranging in time-period between the 1880s to the 1990s. 

Timings: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 10 for Indians; INR 300 for Foreigners; INR 1.0 for Students.

32. Indian War Memorial Museum, Delhi

Indian War Memorial Museum, Delhi

Located in the Naubat Khana within the premises of the historic Red Fort in Delhi, Indian War Memorial Museum was built with an objection to pay tribute and respect to the Indian soldiers who fought in the war on behalf of the country. Spread over two floors, the galleries are accessorized to depict the military history of India with arms, weapons, variety of daggers, chest armours and other objects of war. The first gallery has a brilliant miniature model of the war scene between Babur and Ibrahim Lodi. The other entities of this section include swords, daggers, helmets, armours, gilded weapons, battle axes etc. 

Timings: 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM (November to March); 9:00 AM to 7:30 PM (April to October)
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

33. Museum of Archaeology, Delhi

Museum of Archaeology, Delhi

Located within the premises of Purana Qila, in New Delhi, Museum of Archaeology displays exhibits, most of which were excavated at Purana Qila itself by the Archaeological Survey of India in 1955 and between 1969 and 1973. One of the most fascinating and popular museums of India, the depository is situated on the upper floor of the fort right next to the entrance. The collection of articles and relics at the museum are excavations which are the evidence of earliest settlements in the city dating back to 1000 BC. The exhibits are placed in a sequenced order ranging from painted grey ware to objects collected over time through the age of Mauryans, Mughals, Sunga, Kushan, Gupta, Rajput and the Sultanate Empires.

Timings: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Entry Fees: No Entry Fee

34. Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Delhi

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Delhi

Situated within the Saket District Centre in New Delhi, Kiran Nadar Museum of Art is the first private museum in India dedicated to contemporary and modern arts. Established in 2010, the museum has a centre in Noida as well. Sprawling over an area of 18000 square feet, the repository mostly has the art collection from the 20th-century painters. However, it also features the young and contemporary talents. The idea of the museum has been inspired from similar depositories in the US- Guggenheim, MoMA, and the Whitney. Initially, Mrs Kiran Nadar started the venture by displaying exhibits in a cafeteria outside her husband’s office, but later the gallery moved to South Court Mall in Saket.

Timings: 10:30 AM to 6:30 PM
Entry Fees: No Entry Fee

35. National Science Centre, Delhi

National Science Centre, Delhi

Established in 1992 the National Science Centre is a science museum located in Delhi. It's definitely a treat for all those kids who love science and even for those who don't! There are several lectures, exhibitions and competitions that are held here apart from the regular exhibits like heritage and dinosaurs, science games, activities, human biology, fun science library.

Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM every day. 
Entry Fees: INR 60 for Adults; INR 25 for School Students.

Do let us know about your experiences in these places for kids in Delhi in the comments below!

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