NeverEnuf Garden Railway
NeverEnuf Garden Railway
4.5
Speciality MuseumsGardensChildren's Museums
Saturday
11:00 AM - 6:30 PM
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NeverEnuf is the only Garden Railway on this side of the globe. A miniature world in 1:22.5 scale, it is an enchanting display of trains, boats and cars in their own small world of houses, industries, bridges... all laid out in a beautifully landscaped garden spread over an acre of land. It is an ideal spot for family picnics, school excursions, photo shoots and even birthday parties.
Duration: 2-3 hours
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Meenakshi A
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Family
The garden is run by a warm lovely couple. The garden is about everyhting miniature. There are 6-7 different stations in the garden. every station is interactive with tiny buttons. there is a guide at every station who helps you along the way. when the kids are done with the stations, there are other activities to play, mini golf, traffic lights, some DIY activities. we thought 750 rs entry was a bit too steep. But as soon as we entered the garden we realised the efforts put and our family is of the opinion that uncle is way undercharging. thanks a lot uncle for welcoming us into your garden. We will definielty come back. Delhi NCR people take advantage of the delhi winters and definitely visit the park. there are markings on a number of poles along the way before the garden so you will not feel lost.
Written 28 January 2024
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Gunjan1980
New Delhi, India188 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Family
Thank God for long weekend and we stumbled upon this place tucked far away from the crazy traffic of Gurgaon. Adesh Grover, the gentleman behind this idea was an awesome host. He took personal care and spoke about his passion which he brought to fruition. A must visit for family with young kids. Brilliant setup with miniature train sets, activities for kids, treasure hunt to keep the young ones engaged. Best time to visit would be between September to March.
Written 18 April 2023
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Gari J
21 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2022
Its a different experience of being in a park having miniature working model of real life world. Beautifully designed. Kids enjoyed Treasure hunt, mini golf, carom, badminton, dart.
You can do picnic bringing your own food. You will get complementary tea and cold drinks.
The path to reach the property was rough, probably soon will be good road.
The only thing I didn't liked and convinced is 750 per head charges, according to be it is little high.
Written 3 January 2022
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AnkitNokia
New Delhi, India5 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Family
I do not write reviews on Tripadvisor. Have only written 4 reviews in my last 8 years with Tripadvisor. 3 of them are hugely positive. Am an easy to please person. This is my only negative review till date.

We were a group of 5 families (15 people) that went to NeverEnuf yesterday (July 03, 2016) and I can assure you that it takes great effort to mis-treat the customers the way the couple managing NeverEnuf treated us, in today's Hospitality industry.

We went out for a sojourn since the weather was great and NeverEnuf was a spur-of-the-moment decision. The male owner (I think Shekhar) was quite kind on phone to direct us multiple times to the hard-to-find place.

Once we reached there at about 1 PM, the nightmare begun. Following are a few excerpts from this experience -

1. As we were about to enter, the rude gatekeeper simply remarked "No entry without paying". This was not done in a polite tone but in a very club-bouncer manner.

2. The owner's wife remarking in a very irritated tone when she came to know about the 'discount' that was given to us by saying "If I was there on gate, you won't have got anything"

3. The owner's wife following one of our friends to the washroom and remarked on the time it is taking for relieving herself (when she was with children)

4. The owner's wife making toxic comments like "It is not a healthy sign when a person makes decisions for the group"

5. And the icing on the cake - The owner making a comment "Since the group is divided between staying or leaving, it is better if the decision is made outside the premises"

I won't make a comment upon the place or its size because it will be unfair without us experiencing it completely (we spent only 5 minutes on the premises before we decided to leave). The only thing that we experienced in its entirety was the owner's inhospitality and rude behavior that is quite rare to find in hospitality industry. What is even more surprising was to find so many positive reviews for the property on Tripadvisor.

Had I been alone, I would have kept my views to myself. But all 5 families felt the exact same and walking out after traversing 20 km off-course, was a unanimous decision. I believe others should know about this experience so that they can brace themselves for a virago and a bumpy ride ahead that may not leave a sweet taste in mouth.

Best regards, Ankit

PS: Am happy to invite the owners in challenging the objective observations made in this post
Written 4 July 2016
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That’s a barrage of accusations on behalf of a group which did not want to pay up their admission charges, wanted discounts (which we don’t offer), and then could not agree amongst themselves on matters of payment! So should my response be dictated by the aphorism “the guest is always right?” Well, I will take my chances and present my side of the story. Bear with me. In today’s “hospitality industry” as you mention, pray tell me the prescribed manner to deal with guests who don’t want to pay yet bombard into a facility? How do you deal with a group which embarrassingly harangues the owners for discounts, leave their children unsupervised and start making stealthy forays into the exhibit areas, pick up freebies, reduce us to a state of pleading to hold them back till the registration process is finished? Sure the admission charges are payable at the entrance (before the miniature world unfolds itself to the visitor) and we don’t see much wrong here and fail to understand why would you grudge this. If the guard was impolite then it deserves an apology from our side but your accusations are wildly flung at one and all, including yours truly, and his wife, so much so that it makes us wonder if it actually was the case or was he also provoked to behave in an unlikely and unprecedented manner. That your group was not offered discounts seems to have miffed you enough to seek vendetta through this forum. Your review is after all about discounts and admission. We were accommodating enough to allow you to enter the premises but there was disagreement in your group on who pays, and how. We had politely suggested that because you were cash deficient, you could transfer amounts through NEFT. However, your group members could not acquiesce on this as well. In all this delay, which was positively much more than the mere 5 minutes you claim to have spent inside, there was enough disorder and chaos created to discomfort the other visitors and their children present. It is beyond us to deny the use of our washrooms to people who have not registered and it is also kind of mandatory to check the bathrooms before the guests have left because of accompanying children – you have discolored this act of concern as well. Everything cannot be negotiated – not in the least a work of labour of love. It is humiliating to defend your own creation when weighed commercially only. It has taken five long years to reach a stage where it can now be shared with one and all. And by throwing it open to public the intention is to share the joys of a hobby in a congenial manner with people who have or have not been exposed to this rare hobby (not many rail-modellers put their creation up for scrutiny in public domain). An exposition like NeverEnuf has more benefits layered than what meets the eyes in the first glimpse. Labour-of-love is one reason to not discount; there are others as well – what you pay at the gate is more than amply reimbursed in the form of unparalleled sights, education, DIY kits, use of all unique activities like navigating boats and controlling cars, observation sheets, unlimited hot and cold beverages, and much more. NeverEnuf has got little to do with corporate-like visions – it has everything to do with sharing the joys with children of today so that they can add one more dream to the list. We regard all visitors as no less than funders. It is they who keep this dream alive and help us share the goodness of a garden railway. A review like this centered around discount and admission will not shake my faith in fellow beings – several of whom I have met and made friends with in this journey thus far. Nor will it deter me from opening my doors to strangers – my faith in the good is steadfast. All in all it is hardly a “challenge” to reply to your “objective observations”, as you call it. The real challenge is in getting several hundred feet of track cleaned every morning, keeping the dozen trains going, the boats and cars responding to their remotes, making new buildings for the model village and evolving new automata which will interest the children and often the grown-ups. Look forward to your visit in the future.
Written 7 July 2016
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mayank_manu_1999
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India12 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Family
Well it's a kind private park in farm house. And the timing is very odd as well. Considering the location. It's quite isolated and not very comfortable place to leave in odd hours
Nothing much to do there, except few model of train and pets. Price of 550 per head is way expensive. Even for small kids. If you really want to be there just to heck of going you are welcome. In that money you can visit lohagarh farm or pratapgarh kind of place with food included full day time pass with family.
Written 22 July 2018
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aradhana s
Carmel, IN21 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Family
Found this gem of a place, out of sheer frustration as a parent of a toddler, to go out and enjoy in Delhi NCR. Located bout 45 mins from Gurgaon, can be a tad difficult for our google maps generation. So let go of the gps and follow the map that the owners send via mail.
Upon entering, we were greeted by a warm and polished couple/Owners. They have taken their hobby of railway miniature modelling and created a space, that caters to families, group of friends and young parents, who are looking for a novel experience. Most of the models can be operated with a push button. Our little guy, gave up eating and nursery rhymes, to play with these miniature working models. They have family fun games as well, like baddy, table tennis, cricket, darts and our favourite: Kite flying. They also have clean sand boxes for the little ones. The place has a very European, urban-chic feel to it.
Il give them 10/10 for cleanliness. Everything looked and felt clean, even the washrooms.
The entrance charge of ₹500 does include unlimited hot/cold beverages. One can order small snacks like Maggie and sandwiches at a nominal price. However they allow outside food, which allowed us to make it fun picnic outing. This place is perfect for birthday parties and small family group outings..during the winter months. it's an open area, so it's not so feasible during summers.
We are already planning our next visit to this place.
P.S : shout out to the awesome husband-wife owner duo, you have given us a entertaining knowledgeable one of a kind place in india !! We need more entrepreneurs like you !
Written 17 September 2017
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Anuj S
Noida, India7 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Family
I know I am in minority when I say this - there is nothing special about NeverEnuf Garden. The owner claims that what he wants to showcase through this is what can be achieved through pursuance of a hobby. Fine, nothing wrong with that. But given that there is not much that kids can learn by coming to this place, the amount they charge for admission is very much on the higher side. Moreover, the switches at more than half of the stations weren't working. Honestly, I wouldn't recommend driving all the way to that part outside NCR.
Written 7 January 2019
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Pankaj M
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Family
I am really surprised by rating by friends who promoted this place. I cannot imagine driving to such place and pay Rs.550 per person as entry fees just to visit kind of rail garden which was created...It was my mistake I did not see the charges before reaching the spot but I could not agree with the price of Rs.550. It is not even worth Rs.100. I imagine it was owners hobby, I would really like to understand the logic of ticket pricing..
Written 29 October 2018
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supriyodasgupta
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India54 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2017 • Friends
Well, I realise after visiting this place, it is imperative to first set the expectations right at the beginning of the review post. Good ... bad ... ugly comes later.

We went as a family to visit this place. I made little idea from google images. We parked our vehicle on a barren land opposite to this place and stood at the entrance for a group photo. Had no freaking idea how would the next few hours look like.

After entering the place, we were greeted and briefed by Mr. and Mrs. Grover. The brief was enough to change our thoughts about the place, leave aside the actual experience. It is an organised green with miniature models of various trains, boats, planes, animals, houses, bridge ... or should I say an organised real-life fairyland! You would have to go there to see by yourself what passion and creativity does to human imagination. Every corner of this amazing place is meticulously designed with handpicked toys, models and props. These stitches up a story that will unfold the way you want to. I must say, this is one of the spectaculars I have ever seen and certainly proud that a fellow Indian had set this up and holds the patience and courage to take his dream forward.

They also have arrangements to play cricket, tt etc. There are arrangements to have cold drinks and snacks like Maggi, sandwiches and pasta. But do not mistake them as food supplements. For full meal, you would have to carry your own food.

Once again ... if your idea is to go to a place where you can hog food and drink there other places. Alternately if you want to see a dramatic spectacular ... this is the place!
The fee of Rs. 500 or so may be treated as a peanut, considering the concept and do-it-yourselves they offer. What is priceless is you can teach your kids how to Dream and Live that Dream!
Written 15 March 2017
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Tanuj100
New Delhi, India2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2017 • Family
I visited the place on 8-Jan-17 with family. Reached there in the afternoon and stayed till evening. It is perfect place to spend time with family and friends. You can leave the kids on their own..they can run around, paint, play games, run the remote operated boat/cars..it is fun. The owners, Grovers, play the perfect host. You feel taken care of. A must visit..
Written 10 January 2017
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