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Ramoji Film City

📍 Ramoji Film City, TelanganaView map ›

🗓 Best Time To Visit:October to February

⏰ Open Hours:9:00 AM to 5:30 PM, all days

🎟 Entry Fees:INR 1150 for adults, INR 950 for children

🧳 Traveller Types:Families, Movie Buffs, Photographers

📍 Distances:25 km from Hyderabad Railway Station, 39 km from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport

📸 Known For:Largest film city in the world, themed sets, variety of entertainment shows, Bird Park

🎈 Things To Do:Studio tour, movie magic show, adventure sports, bird watching, toy train ride

💡 Tips:Carry a hat and sunscreen, wear comfortable shoes, arrive early to avoid crowds

♿ Accessibility:Wheelchair accessible

🍽 Restaurants:Multiple options available including South Indian, North Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisines

🏨 Accommodation:Hotels available within the premises like Sitara Luxury Hotel and Tara Comfort Hotel

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Ramoji Film City: World’s Largest Film Studio in Hyderabad

Ramoji Film City, world’s largest film studio and a popular tourist destination in Hyderabad covers an area of over 2000 acres and can accommodate up to 50 film units at a time. One of the unique aspects of Ramoji Film City is its ability to provide an immersive experience, allowing visitors to explore the behind-the-scenes world of filmmaking.

The studio's adventure land, Sahas, offers a range of activities, including bungee jumping, zorbing, ATV rides, and paintball. Engage in the live performances and shows that showcase various aspects of Indian culture and entertainment at Ramoji Film City as well.

Timings & Entry Fee Of Ramoji Film City

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Timings: Open throughout the year, except on some public holidays

Generally from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Timings may vary based on season and day of the week

Check the latest timings on their official website or by calling their contact number

Entry Fee: Depends on the type of package or tour chosen

Different options for general guided tour, star experience tour, family packages, honeymoon packages, student packages, etc.

Popular Packages Of Ramoji Film City

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Cost of some of the most popular packages and tours:

Holiday Carnival Studio Tour: This is a one-day general guided tour of Ramoji Film City, including attractions like the opening ceremony, vintage bus tour, eco zone visit, Bahubali set visit, fundustan, borasura, toyland, rain dance, kids' games at Dadajinn’s ark, Ramoji movie magic, entertainment shows at Eureka, adventure activities, complimentary rides, and food festival.

₹1150 for adults, ₹950 for children

Holiday Carnival Studio Tour (with Dinner Combo): This is similar to the holiday carnival studio tour but also includes dinner at a restaurant in Ramoji Film City.

₹1400 for adults, ₹1200 for children

Star Experience Tour: This is a premium guided one day tour of Ramoji Film City that covers all the attractions and activities of the holiday carnival studio tour but also includes lunch at a restaurant and access to AC lounge in Ramoji Film City.

₹2349 for adults, ₹2149 for children

Star Experience Tour (with Dinner Combo): This is similar to the star experience tour but also includes dinner at a restaurant in Ramoji Film City.

₹2599 for adults, ₹2399 for children

You can book your tickets online through their website or buy them at the ticket counter at the entrance of Ramoji Film City.

It is advisable to book online in advance to avoid long queues and avail discounts.

Also check out: Behind the sets of Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad!

Best Attractions At Ramoji Film City

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Ramoji Film City is a place where you can experience the magic of cinema in various ways. It has a variety of shooting locations, sets, gardens, and monuments that are designed to recreate different themes, genres, and eras. Some of the most popular attractions are:

London Street: A replica of a typical street in London with red telephone booths, double-decker buses, and Victorian buildings.

Hollywood Signage: A replica of the iconic sign that overlooks Los Angeles with a view of the city skyline.

Kripalu Cave: A replica of the famous Kripalu Cave in Maharashtra, this attraction is a must-visit for its religious significance and serene atmosphere

Mughal Garden: This beautifully designed garden is inspired by the Mughal era and features lush greenery, colorful flowers, and a serene environment

Film City Tour: A guided tour that takes you behind the scenes of movie making and shows you how films are made in Ramoji Film City. You can also see the props, costumes, and equipment that are used in film production.

Sahas Adventure Park: This park offers a range of adventure activities, including bungee jumping, zorbing, and ATV rides, making it a perfect destination for thrill-seekers

Butterfly Park: This park is home to a variety of exotic butterfly species and features a cascading waterfall, offering a perfect ambiance for nature lovers

Japanese Gardens: A serene garden with pagodas, bridges, and waterfalls that reflect the beauty of Japanese culture.

Bahubali Set: A replica of the set of the famous movie Bahubali that features a massive statue, a palace, and a waterfall.

Hawa Mahal: A replica of the historic palace in Jaipur that is known for its intricate architecture and windows.

Movie Magic Park: This park offers magical moments where visitors can experience earthquake tremors, free fall simulations, amazing acoustic effects, Filmi Duniya, and Action Studio, creating an immersive experience for film enthusiasts.

Live Shows: Ramoji Film City offers a range of live shows, including Wild West Stunt Shows, Ramoji’s Spirit, street events, Dome Theater Shows, and opening and closing ceremonies.

Wings - The Bird Park: A paradise for bird watchers, this park features a vast expanse of green scenery with chirping birds, cascading waterfalls, and a variety of exotic bird species like Green napped Lorikeet, Yellow streaked Lorry, and Swainson Lory.

Eureka: This attraction offers a glimpse into the ancient historical times and features magnificent exhibitions of national and foreign cultural artifacts.

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Time Allocation To Explore Ramoji Film City

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To explore Ramoji Film City fully, visitors typically need a full day dedicated to the experience.

Most visitors arrive in the morning and stay until the evening.

The attractions, activities, shows, and tours within Ramoji Film City are extensive and diverse.

Restrictions For Adventure Activities At Ramoji Film City

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There are age or height restrictions for the adventure activities at Ramoji Film City's Sahas Adventure Park. Visitors must meet the height and weight specifications for safety reasons.

Additionally, guests under the age of 16 must have their waiver forms signed by their parent or legal guardian.

These safety measures ensure that participants can enjoy the activities safely and without any risks.

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Places To Visit Near Ramoji Film City

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Sanghi Temple: Located about 15 kilometers from Ramoji Film City, Sanghi Temple is a magnificent temple complex dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara. The temple is known for its stunning architecture, peaceful surroundings, and panoramic views of the city.

Golkonda Fort: Situated around 35 kilometers from Ramoji Film City, Golkonda Fort is a historic fort complex perfect for exploring the fort's ramparts, gates, and ruins, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area from the top of the fort.

Nehru Zoological Park: Located approximately 25 kilometers from Ramoji Film City, Nehru Zoological Park is a popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts. The park is home to a wide variety of animal species, including lions, tigers, elephants, and bears, as well as a large collection of birds and reptiles.

Charminar: Situated around 30 kilometers from Ramoji Film City, Charminar is one of Hyderabad's most iconic landmarks. The monument, built in 1591, is known for its impressive architecture and historical significance. Visitors can explore the surrounding markets and sample local delicacies.

Hussain Sagar Lake: Located approximately 35 kilometers from Ramoji Film City, Hussain Sagar Lake is a large artificial lake that was built in 1563. Visitors can also visit the nearby Lumbini Park and enjoy a boat ride to the statue of Gautama Buddha in the middle of the lake.

Qutb Shahi Tombs: Situated around 30 kilometers from Ramoji Film City, the Qutb Shahi Tombs are a group of magnificent mausoleums built in the 16th and 17th centuries. The tombs are known for their impressive architecture and intricate carvings.

Ramoji Film City Reviews

He told me not to roam in and around 3rd floor, I said why? But he remained silent. I am not an adamant follower of what someone says something. I said to myself why not, let's do it tonight the third floor. Hyderabad is a beautiful city to be loved for its history, culture and even cyber. Besides Charminar, Chowmallah mahal and Hussain lake, the much amazing place is Ramoji Film city. It is the biggest film city all around the world adding to it, there is a wonderful park in it to spend a day with memorable photos. One can completely spend his day in this city. The less known thing is that it is haunted, It has several reported cases of famous actors complaining about paranormal phenomenon. I heard some people talking about this and being a lover of unimaginable stories, I put my ears on them. I was laughing on my own wits and their sense of serious tone on which they were talking. I was not the one who believe their fake stories, but things were going out of my mind when I returned to hotel in evening. The most common rumour is that the whole city is built on war ground or battlefield of Nizams and there are spirits of soldiers who had died there roaming in search of their afterlife. I don't know this is true or not but no doubt its interesting. I had in my mind that I am not allowed to go in 3rd floor, but I was not the one who will remain quiet after being said so. Around eleven in the night I came out of my room and started wandering in the hotel and suddenly one hotel staff person was coming from third floor and I questioned that I was not permitted to go to the third floor but now you are coming calmly from there. I was angrily questioning him. He in a firm voice replied it's going to 12'O clock soon don't go there, it is the most crucial time when she come.I said but who comes and why you are horrified, he said goodnight sir and never saw back. I was wondering who will come and why everyone is so frightened, but I was on another trip and I was like"chal dekh ke aate kaun aayega"and I went to the third floor and no one was there and I was surprised that one must be there to make me afraid but not to our expectations. I was slowly moving outside the rooms and a slow amusing voice was coming from front, I don't know from where it was coming but I am sure it must be a song may be not in English or Hindi, it must be in another language otherwise I would have identified the song. Now, I was excited and afraid at the same time, but that adrenaline rush was pushing me to go further and I slowly started moving and soon I was in front of Room No. 321,the last room of that floor and now I was sure that song was coming out of that room. It had a old rusty door like that was never opened for years but that music was still in my ears and I tried to peep in that room by keyhole and what I found was that their is little girl dancing in the room with music playing but everything was not clear I was not able to see her face or anything in that room. It was not horrific to see a little girl dancing in the room but what questioned me why hotel staff was afraid to come to third floor. I in the end, in a positive note assumed that she might be a hotel guest and enjoying her moments its not good to disturb at this hour. Later in the morning I called hotel staff and asked why everyone is afraid and I told him about what I saw last night. The staff was awestruck and questioned that you had actually seen her. I said Haan! but what is the problem? He was not able to say anything and I was constantly worrying what is the big fuss about it.
Hyderabad is one of those trips where I went with little expectations but I am back with……… read till the end. I usually don’t plan for trips in and around major cities, but for some reason I went ahead with Hyderabad Day 1- I had reserved my day 1 for Ramoji Film Citywhich is like a good 1hr 45mins from Hitech city. How to reach: 1) Ramoji provides a non-ac bus to and fro Rs- 250/- per person from Hitech city. Bus starts at 7am and from ramoji drops at 6pm. 2. Uber/Ola which will cost around 1,300 one way (depending on the traffic conditions) Journey: The journey (1hr 45mins) wasn’t that great as it was of straight highway though the roads were in good condition. Thirty minutes into the journey and you dose off. Tickets Cost: Tickets cost 1,200 general (inc non-bus ride and access to shows) 2,100 (inc AC bus, lunch and access to shows). I went with the general one. Inside Ramoji: Honestly Ramojiway massive than I had imagined it to be. As soon as you enter you realize the fact that it is truly the largest film city complex in the world. You start with a bus tour via which they show you around the sets and you can go inside only if there is no shooting going on. I got to visit four sets (Mahabharata, Airport, Hawa Mahal, Japenese Garden) all were good but the airport seemed like an old airport out of the 80’s. They took us to a bird sanctuary and I was surprised and shocked to see that the birds were kept in a very clean and hygienic condition not a single drop of shit or any dirt around. Commendable job Baahubali: Yes the most anticipated and star attraction was the sets of Baahubali. It is one massive set with most of the sculptures and portions of the sets remaining intact especially the big huge massive statue. They have preserved the most iconic things shown in Baahubali. Was mesmerized for sure After Baahubali they take you to the starting point and then one can watch various shows (stunt show, science 4D show etc) shows really good even though it lacked the story line, it had a lot of power and amazing performance by the artists. The spirit of Ramojishow is something you cannot afford to miss. After the shows we were done for the day and it was time to leave back to our hotel and that’s when I realized that we had spent almost 6-7hrs and I wasn’t even tired that excitement and enthusiasm was still there. But the 2hr journey back to the hotel overtook the excitement and enthusiasm and made me crash on the bed. So yeah that’s how I spent my day at Ramoji Verdict: If in Hyderabad, Ramojiis a must especially if you have kids and you love to know behind the scenes happening.
Visit now to Hyderabad to see the sets of Bahubali in Ramoji Film City. Choose one of their Bahubali Packages and enjoy not only the tour of Ramoji Film City, but also see the sets of the film Bahubali. Between 21.09.2017 to 29.10.2017, you can enjoy their " Bahubali Premium Experience" Package for INR 2349/-+ Taxes, which includes Welcome Drink, Souvenir chocolate Pack, Guided tour of Ramoji Film Cityin an A/C coach, Visit to Bahubali sets, Buffet Lunch (Veg/Non-Veg) in an A/C restaurant, Fruit Drink Coupon, Evening Snacks, Express entries at all the shows, complimentary rides and lots more previlages as a premium customer. Or you can choose, " Bahubali Noon Fiesta" for INR 2149/- + Taxes. This package includes all the above, but the only difference is, this package includes Dinner instead of Lunch. All other privileges are the same. The third option availabe is " Bahubali Ramoji Film City Tour" for INR 1250/-. Here too, you enjoy all the rides and entries except Welcome Drink and Lunch/Dinner. These offers are only till 29.10.2017, so visit Ramoji before the offer ends The sets won't be there for ever, so before they are dismantled, go visit Ramoji Film Cityonce and relive the Bahubali moments, and of course you can freeze them in your selfies for your Whatsapp and Facebook DPs. Apart from the sets, the shooting of this movie took place in three other places. In Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Maharastra.
We then left for our friend’s flat in Dilshuk Nagarand got ready for a day filled with activity. Ramoji Film Citywas voted the first place to be visited. It is situated at quite a distance from Dilshuk Nagar and we hard two cars ready for travel. Our host, Akhila’s parents were also eager to join us for the trip. On reaching Ramoji Film city, we purchased our tickets and as soon as we entered, we were told to board a bus that would take us around this vast area where film shootingstook place. There were dummy railway stations, palaces, trains, airports and a whole array of country sets like London, America etc. There were also performers who were dancing and singing merrily in the middle of a huge courtyard. There was a lane that was solely dedicated to the Cowboy theme and one to caves and sculptures. There were sprawling gardens with bonsai plantations and beautiful flowers. The whole area took us a day to explore and a very tired group left back home.
Ramoji Film Cityis built over 1666 acres of land and is the largest integrated film city in India. It is a popular tourist place in Hyderabad and shows up on almost every tourists’ checklist, visiting Hyderabad. It is properly constructed and beautified and the process of getting in very seamless and systematic. They have a ticket counter on the very entrance and once you get the tickets, they show you two different ways to enter. The prices of the passes are Rs. 1100/- and Rs. 2100/- respectively. The major difference between the two are the privileges that come along with the second one. You are provided with a full AC coach for film city tour, lunch at one of the buffet restaurants, some freebies, a free adventurous activity and many more. (they have a range to choose from, we chose zip-lining). If you go for the Rs. 1100 pass, there would be cute little red buses to take you around for the tour, from the main film city centre.
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