10 Best Places to Visit in Delhi with Family


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10 Best Places to Visit in Delhi with Family

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10 Best Places to Visit in Delhi with Family

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Delhi, the capital city of India, has a strong historical background and today it is known for tourism, adventures and food. People of all ages can visit Delhi to cherish their life moments having fun and joy. Whether it's shopping at markets or delighting the local cuisines of old delhi (Purani Dilli), taking your kids to the fun parks or witnessing the historical and modern attractions at different stops, the capital city offers a countless feat to experience by any aged individual with their family.

Here are the 10 best places to visit in Delhi itinerary while visiting the city with your family. We have compiled the list of all the best places to visit in Delhi which includes historical forts and monuments, museums, fun parks and the vibrant markets.

Akshardham Temple


Akshardham Temple is Delhi’s must visit attraction to experience the Indian vast cultural heritage, spirituality and worship. Visitors also stuns with the temple’s architectural creativity that reflects the extraordinary human art. Swaminarayan Akshardham temple in New Delhi is also titled to be the largest Hindu temple across the globe. The incredible evening light and sound show of Akshardham is buzzing among the tourists (local and foreigners) where it becomes an unforgettable memory for the visitors.

Location : Pramukh Swami Maharaj Marg, New Delhi, 110092

Nearest Metro Station : Akshardham Metro

Humayun’s Tomb


Humayun’s Tomb can be an idle place in Delhi to visit with your family, which was declared to be a UNESCO world heritage site in 1933. Tourists from all over the world visit to see the site which is a blend of Mughal-Persian architectural excellency. Humayun’s Tomb is also the first tomb in India that is an inspiration behind several Indian architectural establishments including the Taj Mahal.

Location: Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Dargah, Mathura Road Nizamuddin East Delhi, 110013.

Nearest Metro Station : Jor Bagh Metro Station

Qutub Minar


Qutub Minar is a world’s tallest minarets of red sandstone, built by the Qutb Ud-Din in 1199 AD, that served as the tower giving calls for prayers to muezzins (criers). With 5 storeys, the tower is 72.5m high (heights). There are inscriptions in Arabic at the walls of the minar that reveal the history of the Qutub rulers. The place is best for visiting it with the family, while being in Delhi.

Location: Mehrauli, Delhi

Nearest Metro Station : Qutub Minar

National Zoological Park (Chidiya Ghar)

national zoological park

Founded in 1959, the huge Delhi zoological park or chidiya ghar Delhi is spread in across 176 acres of land. The park is a great place for those visitors who wish to spend some peaceful adventuring time with their family. The Zoo is home to almost 1350 animals and over 130 bird species from the world. You also get to witness numerous reptiles, mammals from the Jungle of Africa and Australia. It is among the best places to visit in Delhi with family.

Location: Sundar Nagar Near Purana Qila, Delhi-110003

Nearest Metro Station : Supreme Court

National Science Centre


National Science center or NSC is a popular tourist attraction in Delhi, visited by the world’s eminent scientists, astronauts, Researchers and other professionals. It is also among the largest Science Centres in Asia. Inaugurated by the former prime minister of India in 1922, the NSC poses Indian Science and technology Heritage Gallery, Emerging technologies gallery, Human biology and gallery etc. This is among the best places to visit in Delhi with your family (including kids).

Location: Bhairon Marg, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

Nearest Metro Station: Indraprastha Metro Station

Red Fort


Another amazing attraction is none other than the famous UNESCO world heritage site, Lal Quila or Red Fort. Built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jhana in 1638, the fort is known for its massive red sandstone walls standing 75 feet high, which took almost a decade in its completion. Travellers must include Red Fort in their Delhi tour itinerary, visiting with their family. The interesting fact about the Red Fort is that the Kohinoor Diamond was part of its furniture.

Location: Tourists can visit by bus, Metro or other transport mode from anywhere from New Delhi/Old Delhi.

Nearest Metro Station: Chandani Chowk Metro Station

India Gate


If you are looking to take your family on an unusual evening to enjoy, do not miss to visit India Gate. Known as the war memorial, the wall of India Gate was built in salutation to the martyrs and warriors of the first world war. It is also a popular family picnic spot for the visitors, where they can sit on the grass, play outdoor games(kids), and enjoy the glorious sights of the India Gate. You can also find numerous stalls of foods and beverages.

Location: Kartavya path, New Delhi-110001

Nearest Metro Station: Central Secretariat Metro

Waste to Wonders


Waste to Wonders is a must visit attraction that displays the blend of human creativity and imagination. It is among the latest attractions in Delhi that has theme based 7 wonders of the world created from cities industrial wastes. You can also take your kids to the park for their entertainment and knowledge gain. Visitors experience a theme view of Taj Mahal, Pyramids of Giza, Statue of liberty, Eiffel tower, Colosseum of Rome and the leaning tower of Pisa.

Location: Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van, New Delhi - 110001

Nearest Metro Station: Nizamuddin Metro

Children’s Park


Children’s Park in New Delhi is an idle stop for your kids and other other family members to enjoy a vacation. For kids' amusements and fun, there are slides, swings , monkey bars (for bigger children), ladders, Jungle gym etc. Adults too have numerous options for their experience including the music fountain, library and aquarium. They can also photoshoot the pleasing view of the green grounds, decent flower collection and lush trees.

Location: Close to India gate, New Delhi - 110001

Nearest Metro Station: Central Secretariat

Nehru Planetarium

Built in the memory of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawahar Lal Nehru, the complex was among the former residence of chacha Nehru. The primary goal of this place was to promote the science and Astronomy in India through workshops, competitive tests and quizzes. The planetarium has empirical equipment like sky theater, telescopes, solar filters and projectors that can showcase the complexities of the planets, stars and the universe.

Location: Teen Murti Marg, New Delhi - 110001

Nearest Metro Station: Udyog Bhawan Metro

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