In addition to this, the park is well maintained and have proper sitting arrangements too. Clones of animals are also decorated, some on the ground and some of the trees to give a more realistic effect. Further, a small waterfall was flowing there.
Best time of the day to visit this place is evening. So, you can appreciate both day time view and night time view of the structures. 1-2 hours are sufficient to visit this whole place and to have photographs with those replicas. One can visit the park from 11.00 am to 11.00 pm. The park is closed on every Monday.
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Other Information about the Park
The paid parking facility has been developed near the park. Drinking water and restroom facilities are also provided.
Eatables are not allowed inside the park, but you can enjoy some street food stalls outside. Though, there are no proper sitting restaurants nearby this location. The nearest metro station to reach here is Hazrat Nizamuddin on the pink line of Delhi Metro.
The entry fee is free for children below 3 years of age and senior citizen above 65 years of age. For the children of 3 to 12 years, the entry fee is Rs 25 and for adults, the entry fee is Rs 50. The entry in the park is free of cost for the school students of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD). (Entry Fees are updated as on 30-07-2019)
Replicas of 7 Wonders in Park
Great Pyramid of Giza