delhi
Delhi
New Delhi
Lodhi Gardens - We spent a memorable afternoon in the Lodhi Gardens, dotted with ancient stone tombs of the Lodhi dynasty. The kids ran around the pillars of the tombs - a great place to hide from your parents, they reported. You might see cows roaming the gardens too.
Jantar Mantar - This "larger than life" stone observatory was built 450 years ago by the Maharaja of Jaipur. There are plenty of stairs at the Jantar Mantar, making it the perfect place to satisfy the need for kids to simply run around (not always easy to find the space in Delhi).
Gandhi National Museum - This museum is fascinating for adults and the kids will like the open spaces.
National Rail Museum (Chanakyapuri) - Trains are an essential part of life in India and this museum has lots of old trains. There are over 50 cars and engines, most of which can be climbed on.

Shankar's International Dolls Museum - In this museum there are over 6000 dolls from all over the world! Included in the collection are hundreds of dolls with many different costumes of India.


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