Waste to Wonder Park

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Label : Fun For Kids

Tags : Amusement & Theme Park

Timings : 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Closed on Monday and National Holidays

Time Required : 1-2 hrs

Entry Fee - Ticket Price : Adults: INR 50
Children (between 3-12 years): INR 25
Senior citizens and the children attending Corporation Schools: No entry fee

Nearest Metro Station : Nizammudin Metro Station

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Waste to Wonder Park, Delhi Overview

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.

It is surprising to know that the idea Waste to Wonder Park was triggered by Kota's Seven Wonders Park after it was featured in the Bollywood movie "Badrinath ki Dulhania". The exceptional park is frequented by joggers and walkers. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has harnessed wind and solar energy to light up the park rendering a breathtaking sight during sunset and night.

A visit to Waste to Wonder Park is a must to understand that something created from scrap materials can look so surreal. Plans to introduce a ‘light & sound’ show is in the offing along with the SDMC planning to allow prewedding and film shoots at the Waste to Wonder Park!

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Seven Wonders of the World at Waste to Wonder Park

1. The 35 feet Statue Of Liberty, USA has been recreated with old bicycle parts, metal sheets and chains
2. Christ The Redeemer from Brazil has been replicated with the aid of old automobile engines and square pipes as well as electric poles

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Replica of Statue of Liberty at Waste to Wonder Park

3. The Eiffel Tower has been fashioned out of 40 tonnes of vehicle parts to reach the height of 70 feet
4. The most famous monument of India, the Taj Mahal has been mimicked to perfection with the help of broken park benches, swings and pipes
5. Colosseum from ancient Rome has also found a place in the Waste to Wonder Park. It has been cleverly designed out of broken electric poles, metal railings and other waste objects
6. The Leaning Tower Of Pisa has been created superbly with an incline of 60 to 80 degrees angle. It has been crafted out of cycle rims, metallic sheets and old iron pipes
7. The magnificent Egyptian wonder, the Pyramid Of Giza has been recreated in Delhi with 10 to 12 tonnes of scrap angles

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Replica of Leaning Tower of Pisa at Waste to Wonder Park

Things to Do

-The Waste to Wonder Park is an excellent place for photography and taking selfies in front of the world-renowned monuments
-The Park is a wonderful place for family outings
-Ideal place for school excursions and picnics

How to Get to Waste to Wonder Park? - Location Details

Waste to Wonder Park is located in Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van, near Sarai Kale Khan and is easily accessible from all parts of Delhi. Many of the visitors prefer to drive down to the park while others avail the local buses to alight at the Sarai Kale Khan Bus Stop. The Nizammudin Metro station on the Pink Line is at a walking distance from the park making it convenient for people looking for a more rapid form of transit.

Best Time to Visit

The evening is deemed to be the best time to enter the park as the weather is cold and the entire park lighted to make it doubly attractive.


1. It is best to carry food and water as there are no food stalls within the premises
2. It is advisable to visit the park on weekdays as weekends happen to be excessively crowded
3. An additional parking fee is charged by the authorities

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