Metro Walk in Rohini has many ride, boating area, gaming and shopping area for children. It can easily be spent 5-6 hours. Especially children younger than 5 years love the mini fountain here. Do not forget to keep a joint extra cloth while coming here.
Jantar Mantar is a historical and national heritage of India. Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, has a World Ceremony monument. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh started the construction of Jantar Mantar which was completed in 1738. Jantar Mantar remains the largest wall clock in the world. Which is of stones and it is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. This monument is built near the City Palace and Hawa Mahal in Jaipur city. This ancient historical monument depicts the ancient architectural arts, the brass instruments are also worth seeing in the memorial.
Yet, an another awesome place in JNU Campus which could make anyone's feel cool and calm with greenery and natural beauty.
Fun N Food
Fun N Food Village is located on the Kapashera border of delhi-Gurgaon border and has many recreational activities for children. There is a wonderful confluence of fun, entertainment and shopping mixtures. There are many rides for children, such as polo train, Peacock train, Caterpillar ride, etc. In addition to the entertaining site in fun n food, the fun of you and your children is doubled by having a park. This watter park has Indias longest and Asias fastest water slide. Children can also have a lot of fun at the Polo Amusement Park in Fun N Food Village. This is a new part of fun n food. It has bucket pools, kidis pools and rainbow pools for children. If you and your children are fond of dancing, you can also dance on the songs of your choice at the disco here. Here you can also win many fantastic prizes. If you want to take a gift or a toy for yourself or your children, you can go to the maw inside the park.
Hauz Khas Village
It's located in South Delhi near Green Park.This place is totally covered with the greenery which makes it look beautiful and maintains a peace-loving environment.
National Science Centre
The National Science Centre is located near gate number one at Bhairon Road near Pragati Maidan. The science centre aims to popularize science among children, especially among students. The National Science Centre has seven exhibition galleries – our technology heritage of science, information revolution, human biology, pre-historical life, fun science, emerging technology and water. In addition, the vibrant performance of science at this centre is a good way to learn science.
Delhi's famous Qutub Minar is a tower that enjoys the distinction of being the tallest stone tower in the country. Said it is the tower of victory, it soars to a height of 73 metres. After Qutub-ud-Din Aibak defeated the last Hindu state of Delhi, the construction of the tower started in the year 1193. Although Qutb-ud-Din Aibak began building the tower, he could not complete the monument during his lifetime.
In the Delhi Court of 1911, it was decided that the capital of India would be shifted from Calcutta to Delhi. Thus the city of Delhi was born, designed by the great architect Edwin Lutyens in conjunction with Herbert Baker. The construction of New Delhi took about 20 years and 15 million pounds.
Both the Houses of Parliament, the Lok Sabha (Lok Sabha) and the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) are adjusted. The building was designed by Architects Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker of New Delhi. His Royal Highness, Duke of Connaught laid the foundation stone of Parliament House in the year 1921.