Waste to Wonder Park, Delhi

After February 2019, crowds of millions of tourists started attracting to Delhi. Because samples of the seven wonders of the world were built here. By the way, these wonders were already very famous. But even more important was that all these wonders were made from junk. In this way, one other tourist destination was made in Delhi, the capital of India.

Waste to Wonder Park Travel Guide
Waste to Wonder Park Travel Guide

Located in Sarai Kale Khan, Delhi, Waste to Wonder Park is attracting peoples from all over the world. Every year, crores of tourists come to Waste to Wonder Park to see the seven wonders of the world. If you are looking for a beautiful place to celebrate your picnic, then Waste to Wonder Park will be the best for you.

There is also a food court in Waste to Wonder Park where you can eat almost all types of veg. Food becomes a bit expensive here. But if you want, you can also bring food and drink with you here.

Waste to Wonder Park Travel Guide

In this park, you can see all the seven wonders of the world. Which has been made of waste material only. Waste iron, parts of waste vehicles, bars, nut bolts, and wire have been used to make these wonders. In which more than 150 tons of waste materials have been used. And this is the reason why this park is named Waste to Wonder.

Waste to Wonder Park Travel Guide
Waste to Wonder Park Travel Guide

West to Wonder Park is built on 7 acres field. And 7 crore rupees have been spent in making it. The park uses solar systems for lightning. Along with this, you will also enjoy beautiful greeneries and very beautiful water fountains.


Waste to Wonder Park was inaugurated by the Home Minister of India, Shri Rajnath on 21 February 2019. This location was previously converted into a magnificent park by SDMC. Then, for the purpose of creativity, these seven wonders were made from the waste materials here. Its construction was entrusted to Nitin Mehta, an art expert. After the park was built, it took 6 months to build 7 Wonders.

How many replicas have been made in Waste to Wonder Park?

All 7 wonders of the world have been built in this park. If you are unable to see all these wonders of the world, then you really should come to this park and see all those wonders. All these wonders are much smaller than their original size. The names of these wonders are given below.
  1. Taj Mahal - India (20 feet)
  2. Leaning Tower of Pisa - Italy (25 ft)
  3. Great Pyramid - Egypt (18 feet)
  4. Eiffel Tower - France (60 feet)
  5. Statue of Liberty - USA (30 feet)
  6. Colosseum - Italy (15 ft)
  7. Christ the Redeemer Statue - Brazil (25 feet)
Do you know, The Waste to Wonder Park looks more beautiful at night than day. The entire park gets shine up at night with a full of lights. And all seven wonders lights shine in it, due to the light. Which is quite beautiful to see. If you are coming to Wonder Park, then you definitely should stay till night.

Waste to Wonder Park Travel Guide
Waste to Wonder Park Travel Guide

Waste for Wonder Park Timing

Waste to Wonder Park is open from 11 am to 11 pm. And the park is closed on Mondays. Similarly, you can visit Wonder Park anytime. There is not much effect of summer and winter here. But the right time to visit Waste to Wonder Park is in the evening. Because at these times you will also see a day view of Waste to Wonder Park. And after this, you will also see a night view of Waste to Wonder Park.

Waste to Wonder Park Ticket Price

No Tickets Price
1 Below of 3 Year Free
2 3 - 12 Year ₹25
3 12 - 65 Years ₹50
4 65+ Years Free

Waste to Wonder Park Ticket Price on Sunday

No Tickets Price
1 Below of 3 Year Free
2 3 - 12 Year ₹50
3 12 - 65 Years ₹100
4 65+ Years Free

How to Reach Waste to Wonder Park?

The nearest railway station to Waste to Wonder Park is Nizamuddin railway station. If you are coming from outside of Delhi then you will have to come to Nizamuddin railway station first. If you want, you can also come to Delhi via Airplane. For this, you will have to come to IGI Airport.

Waste to Wonder Park is just 1 kilometer away from Nizamuddin railway station. From here you can reach Waste to Wonder Park directly by taxi and battery rickshaw. Waste to Wonder Park is 17 km from IGI Airport. From here you can reach Waste to Wonder Park via taxi, metro.

How to Reach Waste to Wonder Park by Metro?

The nearest metro station of Waste to Wonder Park is Nizamuddin or Sarai Kale Khan Metro Station. Both these names are of the same metro station, which is just 1 kilometer from Waste to Wonder Park. From the metro station, you can easily reach the Park via taxi or battery rickshaw. If you want, you can also come on foot, which will take only 10 minutes.

FAQ

Q. Where is Waste to Wonder Park located?
Waste to Wonder Park is located in Sarai Kale Khan, Delhi. The complete address of Waste to Wonder Park is - Block A, Ganga Vihar, Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi, Delhi 110013, India.

Q. Are eatables allowed in Waste to Wonder Park?
Yes, you can bring food and drink to Waste to Wonder Park. Or you can also eat by sitting in the food court built-in Waste to Wonder Park.

Q. How do I get to Waste to Wonder Park by Metro?
The nearest metro station of Waste to Wonder Park is Nizamuddin or Sarai Kale Khan Metro Station. Both of these are named the same metro station. The distance from this metro station to Waste to Wonder Park is just 1 kilometer.

Q. What is the Waste to Wonder Park Timings?
Waste to Wonder Park is open from 11 am to 11 pm. And remains closed on Mondays.

Q. Which is the No. 1 wonder in the world?
India's Taj Mahal is the first Wonder of the world's seven wonders. It is located in the city of Agra in Uttar Pradesh. In 2007, the Taj Mahal was voted the world's first Wonder.