You can make a monthly plan for your weekends. Our list is not having a single waterpark. We encourage you to take your kids for an educational outing. Most of the places are free for everyone. Here comes the list:
Children’s Park is located next to India Gate. 10 Acres dedicated for kids, isn’t it awesome ? Slides, swings and large playgrounds are the special attraction for your little ones.
Location: Near India Gate
As the name suggests it’s all about trains. This place is spread over 11 acres and having the collection of heritage steam train engines. The main highlight of this museum is the toy train that gives you ride across the museum.
Location: Chanakya Puri
This place is not restricted to kids. National Science center is a learning place for all ages. It is having 8 levels with 7 galleries. You will learn about biology, physics, new technologies and revolution of information. Working models of physics are the best attraction.
Location: Pragati Maidan
The National Zoological Park was inaugrated in 1959. It is having almost 1400 animals and birds with 130 species. You can meet Sloth Bears, Blackbucks, Crocodiles, Tigers, Hippos, Snakes and Birds in 176-acres of this park.
Location: Sundar Nagar
India Gate is one of the Delhi’s famous landmark. It is a 42-meter high stone memorial structure. India Gate was designed by British architect Edward Lutyens to pay homage to the 90 thousand Indian Army soldiers who died in first World War.
Location: Rajpath Marg
Lotus Temple was built in the year of 1986. It is a beautiful structure and a calm place to visit with your family.
Have a look at cosmic activities at Nehru Planetarium. This place plays an important role in promoting education in astronomy. The main attraction of this place is Soyz T-10, which carried India’s first astronaut Rakesh Sharma into space.
Red Fort is a perfect place to play and explore. Built in 1638, the Red Fort is having large garden areas and having many historic weapons used by Mughals. Make sure you attend the Light and Sound show.
Location: Old Delhi
Qutub Minar was built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak in 1193 after he defeated the last Hindu kingdom of Delhi. Iconic Iron pillar is the special attraction at Qutub complex.