November 14 is celebrated as Children's Day in India. If you are a resident of Delhi and want to make the day special for your little one, here is a list of places in the city. From Lodhi Gardens to the Kingdom of Dreams, take a pick and enjoy the day with your child.
A perfect place to carry out picnic and relax. Alongside various tombs, this place is a home to an incredible variety of birds.
Let your kids make new friends. This park is a delight for the kids who can easily spot deer, peacocks and rabbits grazing around in their enclosed areas.
Its learning beyond classroom. The place has a huge collection of toys, currency, art and craft. They also conduct workshops and puppet shows for kids.
Dolls are more than just toys. It was started by the cartoonist K Shankar Pillai; it now has around 6500 dolls from around the world.
A Journey to space. The official residence of Jawaharlal Nehru has now become a museum to educate children about astronomy.
This place is especially for budding scientists. The centre covers science and technology, human biology, prehistoric life.
An educational play space. It is an extremely interactive and play-based exhibit offers and safe and interesting place for children to play, learn and discover the world.
The National Rail Museum is a tour on wheels. The museum contains parts of real trains of bygone times and a toy train for a tour around the museum.
It is especially for the child in you. It is a blend of breath-taking rides, food courts and pools accompanied by Metro Walk, shopping and dining area.
With some amazing adventurous rides and food courts, World of Wonder is place is also popular for its water rides.
The ultimate entertainment destination. Kingdom of Dreams is India’s first live entertainment theatre. It consists of two theatres and a cultural and cuisine area called Culture Gully.