So if you are thinking about taking the kids to India on one of the many India tours, there are – but you aren’t looking for meditations retreats or yoga resorts then this list has you covered. India is rich in culture that has a fascinating and long history.
So why not make this trip to India with family both enjoyable and educational? Here are seven fun things you can do while you are in India.
7 Fun Things You Can Do In India Which Will Make Your Trip There Fun
# 1 – Children’s Park at India Gate
The India Gate is a public memorial for the war that took place but in this vicinity is also a children’s theme park. This is an excellent option as your children will both be educated briefly right before they go and have fun. A win-win if we ever saw one ourselves. Also – it’s FREE to enter.
# 2 – Old Fort (Purana Quila)
This fort was built to protect the city from invaders. Another historical place where the family can learn about another culture but at the same time also have an excellent time paddle boating next to the ancient city.
# 3 – Dilli Haat
If you or your kids are interested in exotic items such as clothes, necklace, bracelets, shoes, etc. then the Dilli Haat is the place for you. You will spend hours upon hours – whole days – window-shopping to shopping.
There are hundreds of things to buy at these shops and all at a price that will not break the bank. So if you are worried about getting the family something good but don’t have enough to get everyone something well shop here, and you won’t have an excuse.
# 4 – National Rail Museum
For the train enthusiasts out there this is a great place to visit. Ride around on one of the toy trains around the 10- acre park and enjoy the scenery and learn a bit about the history of the train system there which was first built back in 1875.
# 5 – National Science Center
Perhaps one of the most exciting and a bit more expensive places to visit – the National Science Center offers a stunning look into the vastness of the universe and allows you to experience upfront and personal with their 3D holograms.
India has a long history with the stars and astrology is a considerable part of the culture. So if you are into astrology or just a lover of astronomy, then this is most definitely a place you want to visit.
# 6 – Crafts Museum
This museum features a village that kids can explore and run around. This takes playing hide n seek to a whole other level.
# 7 – Kingdom of Dreams
Experience India culture at this park which blends the history of India beautifully with a variety of performing arts that captures the beauty of the Indian culture. Truly a win-win if we ever did see one. Be educated while you are being entertained. Is there any other way?