Whenever there is a word about 7 wonders of the world, it would be in your wish to see these wonders with your own eyes, not in the pictures at least. But for this you will need a lot of money along with passport and visa. But now your dream is fulfilled. These seven wonders of the world can be seen today in the capital Delhi without any passport or visa.
Wonders of the World Park (also known as Waste to Wonder Park) is near Sarai Kale Khan Bus Terminal in Delhi. It is expected that the park will soon become one of the largest tourist attractions in the city. The biggest reason for this is that in this park you will get to see 7 wonders of the world together. While you are in – Waste of Wonders Park in Delhi, you will get to see the Taj Mahal of Agra, the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Eiffel Tower of Paris, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Christ Redeemer of Rio de Janeiro, the Colosseum of Rome and the Statue of Liberty of New York. All the clones or replicas made in the park have been made from scrap. Along with giving the finishing look to these clones, sodium lights have also been installed here to highlight their features.
Use of wind and solar power for energy
This will be the first time that the park will use wind and solar power to deal with power and energy consumption. For this, 3 solar trees have been planted in the park and each tree has the capacity to generate electricity up to 6 KW.
Eiffel tower height 70 feet
A board will also be placed in front of each replica in the park, on which information has been given about the original place as well as what kind of scrap has been used to make this building. For example, Christ Redeemer Statue is constructed from old iron benches while 4 towers of Taj Mahal are constructed from spare parts of cycle. The height of all replicas is around 25 to 30 feet, except the Eiffel tower which has a height of 70 feet. A selfie spot has also been created in the park from where people will be able to take their pictures with these wonders.
Special for children
In addition to seeing the seven wonders replica in this park, the morning walk can also be done. A long walking track has been made to walk here. There are a lot of swings for the kids to play here too. A rubber playing zone has also been built here. Here children can also play comfortably. If the child falls while playing, then there is no fear of getting hurt here. According to SDMC officials, this park has facilities ranging from eating and drinking to parking facilities and play area for children.
Entry fee will have to be given to enter the park
The idea of creating a 7-odd park of the world came from Kota in Rajasthan where one such park already exists. The total cost of construction of this park has come to Rs. 7.5 crores. Entry fees will also be taken from those entering the park. There will be free entry for this park for primary schools of SDMC.
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Entry Fee :-
Children of age 0-3 years = Free
Age 3-12 years = Rs 25
Age 12-65 years = Rs 50
Age 65+(senior citizens) = Free
11 am to 11 pm (Tuesday – Sunday)
Closed on Monday.
Near Nizammudin Metro station, Block A, Nagli Rajapur, Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi – 13