Things to Do in New Delhi with Children

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Things to Do in New Delhi with Kids

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  • Brigitte S
    34 contributions
    An excellent archeological site which housed many temples for different faiths . Beautiful carvings and Minar to view
    Written 24 September 2023
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  • gl0b3tr0ttR
    Gold Coast, Australia105 contributions
    This temple is situated on the other side of the Yumana river and does take some time, effort to get to. However, it is definietly worth a visit.

    The temple was a labour of love. It took 20,000 volunteers - 20 years to build.

    The level of intricate detail and skill on the white stone - inside the main temple - are equally beautiful and incredible.

    While it is relatively new, people will be visiting, admiring and talking about this temple for centuries to come.

    Your entry ticket gives you access to an insoor section which includes a mechanical boat ride. It encapsulates 10,000 years of Indian history into 10 minutes. Very educational and uplifting.

    Bear in mind, there’s a high level of security. You cannot take your mobile inside, but you can leave it safely with them, however, need to fill out some paperwork at entry point.

    My advice is, don’t bring your phone or secure it in your vehicle prior.

    You will need around 2-3 hours to visit this site.
    Written 30 September 2023
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  • Andythebaggie
    Birmingham, UK2,305 contributions
    Humayun’s tomb was a pleasant surprise on our sight seeing in Delhi. It was thronged with hundreds of enthusiastic and smart schoolchildren, who much to our surprise loved chatting to us and taking selfies!
    This is a large site accessed through extensive well kept gardens. There are plenty of subsidiary buildings in the park to explore if you have time. The main buildings upper levels are accessed via steep and large steps, from the top there are fine views. The tomb is mostly red sandstone though there is plenty of marble, and intriguingly a couple of Stars of David above the main entrance. Inside it’s cool with plenty of marble work including screens and the tombs themselves which are in several rooms. Well worth a visit.
    Written 1 October 2023
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  • Jyoti L
    New Delhi, India42 contributions
    Please be mindful of what you wear to a holy place. Wear something that covers your body and is not revealing at all. Gurudwara is always a place where everyone is suppose to cover their head with a piece of cloth at all times in the premises.
    Refrain from using mobile phones and talking inside the Gurudwara.
    The prashad is absolutely divine. Please don’t waste any.
    If you connect to the place I’m sure you’ll come back again and again.
    Written 1 September 2023
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  • Gianluca T
    6 contributions
    Amazing , 600 years old and also one of the top 25 best kept historical parks in the world . Great nature and awesome for Yoga
    Written 7 August 2023
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    Written 29 September 2023
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  • Amy B
    Stanford in the Vale, UK13 contributions
    The lotus temple was incredible to see! The architecture was brilliant and the interior space allows you to see the gardens any which way you look. All are welcome here - no matter your faith. The lotus stands out in its green setting and also hosts a small museum on site.
    I wasn't feeling well on the day of my visit so the heat was a little unbearable at times - so bring an umbrella (and iced water) as shelter from the sun is few and far between.
    Also note there are no places to eat around the temple/grounds.

    If you are coming from the railway station, this is quite a walk with nothing to see - there are some stalls on route, but this is mainly souvenirs and warm bottled water.
    Written 23 September 2023
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  • WalkingPoint
    Kumamoto, Japan374 contributions
    A huge and very impressive historic Fort. 600 Rupees to walk around inside. More to enter the museum. A small "snack" and drink cafe inside with a small covered market with mostly veycheap jewellery. Worthy of a look once you know the history.
    Written 15 September 2023
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  • Naveenjp
    1 contribution
    Excellent place to visit. Treat to eyes had very good time too good place I will recommend everyone to visit
    Written 10 June 2023
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  • Abhishek
    37 contributions
    Good village with nice pond and green surroundings. Happy atmosphere, green lush, visit and enjoy with family
    Written 31 May 2023
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  • V S Makvana
    London, UK14 contributions
    A beautiful architectural temple. It was very crowded on the date we went and no social distancing but than Lord Krishna looks after his devotees. Wanted to eat at Govinda but very limited menu esp for dietary needs.
    Written 23 March 2023
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  • CristinaMaymin
    State of Sao Paulo240 contributions
    Great shopping mall in Delhi. Good for a refreshment after a busy day. You will find nice shops. Easy to reach, nice food court.

    Written 26 August 2023
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  • Surya Katakam
    Hyderabad, India1,925 contributions
    Located right in the heart of the New Delhi, Connaught place is a busting hive of activity. Before the bazaars, stalls and dining establishments sprouted around Connaught place, the area was all about Cinemas. In the 1920's it wasn't Bollywood and Hollywood shows that has the spotlight. It was built under British rule between 1929 and 1933. Robert Tor Russell designed this British Commercial center in collaboration with W H Nicholls. It is Circular and known as the largest commercial hub of its king in India.
    It was named after Prince Arthur, 1st Duke of Connaught, third son of Queen Victoria and uncle of King George VI of England, who visited India in 1921.
    The area in and around Connaught place is a shopper's Paradise. The Market is divided into two circles. Inner circle and outer circle. The inner circle comprises of Blocks A to F. All Major brands outlets are available in Inner Circle. The outer Circle of Connaught place consist of Block G to P having all big Show rooms.
    Written 28 January 2023
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  • podrozniczka60
    New Jersey14,766 contributions
    The visit to this market was recommended to us by a local person. We took Uber from our hotel ready to explore. There is an entrance fee one has to pay to enter, higher for foreigners. The market is fenced in and perhaps safer that way than an open street. It is truly impressive, colorful and vibrant. Excellent shopping but some pressure and the need to bargain are still a part of reality here. Beautiful dresses, pashminas, bags, jewelry, souvenirs etc. There are also many restaurants with Indian cuisine.
    This is a shopping mecca of Delhi but even if you just want to explore this colorful destination is a worthy attraction for most.
    Written 5 February 2023
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  • Omid Zohournia
    Tehran, Iran75 contributions
    It is not just beautiful to look at but thoughtfully planned providing good flow for pilgrims with multiple levels of separation using contour of the land.
    Written 27 July 2023
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