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Children's Day: Find some of the best places in Delhi for the Children's Day celebration and make the day special for your little child. Here's a list of places

Written By Akanksha Ghotkar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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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.

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  • Lodhi Gardens

A perfect place to carry out picnic and relax. Alongside various tombs, this place is a home to an incredible variety of birds.

  • Deer Park

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.

  • Bal Bhavan National Museum

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.

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  • Shankar International Dolls Museum

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.

  • Nehru Planetarium

A Journey to space. The official residence of Jawaharlal Nehru has now become a museum to educate children about astronomy.

  • National Science Centre

 This place is especially for budding scientists. The centre covers science and technology, human biology, prehistoric life.

  • Steller’s Children Museum

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.

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  • National Rail Museum

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.

  • Adventure Island

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.

  • Worlds of Wonder

With some amazing adventurous rides and food courts, World of Wonder is place is also popular for its water rides.

  • Kingdom of Dreams

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.

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