7 wonders park, well the name says it all. It is a park that is housed with the replicas of the 7 wonders of the world in the Kota city of Rajasthan.
It was made in the year 2013 for the sole purpose of increasing tourism to the city and it has served the purpose so well.
And why not! It was one unique idea to build something like this.
It costed around 20 crore rupees and 150+ workers to build it.
Ever since the day it opened its arm to the city of the people of Kota, they loved it back with much affection.
Every day a swarm of people can be seen outside the 7 wonders park waiting to get tickets, and the inside scenario is same as well it is jammed.
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A good amount of people come here to see the wonders of the world and click photos of monuments and theirs with it.
It is a heavenly place for Photographers as well as children to get a good knowledge out of it.
One thing that makes this place more beautiful is the flowing water at one of its ends as it is made on the banks of Kishore Sagar Talab an artificial lake. It gives the feeling that it is made on an island.
Let Me Take You To A Virtual Tour Of 7 Wonders Park.
7 wonders park Kota timings?
For Wednesday it is from 11 AM – 10 PM.
Rest of the Day it is from 4:30 PM – 10 PM
7 Wonders Park Kota Address?
The 7 wonders park is located in Gumanpura on the banks of Kishore Sagar Talab. Gumanpura is a place in Kota that can be easily reached. Its only 7.6 km from Kota Railway station.
The best way to reach here is to get an auto or a cab. This is one of the famous places in Kota so you don’t need to tell the complete address only the name would do.
But beware once they get to know you are going to 7 wonders park and have come to visit Kota, they will try to ask for too much money just check the distance in Google maps from your location to the park and try to bargain if you like the deal that’s good if not you can also go for ola cabs.
Or one thing you can do is to check the rates on Cab and try to convince the auto driver for a lesser amount than that. Ola cabs in Kota charges more than other big cities.
This is one of the famous tourist spots in Kota, so take 10 -20 minutes in spare for the ticket queue. As usually there are lots of people waiting for their number to get tickets.
7 Wonders Park Kota Ticket Price?
Ticket prices are very low, its only Rs 10 for adults and Rs 5 for children below age 12.
A camera is allowed at no extra cost. Sadly, Pets are not allowed.
Once you get your ticket its time to go in.
Let’s see what we are going to see inside the 7 wonders park of Kota.
As soon as you enter the park,
you will encounter the Colosseum from Rome. It was built in 80 AD and was used for gladiatorial combat, wild animal fights, and hunts. 2/3rd of its part is destroyed due to natural disasters such as lightning and earthquake. Still, it is visited by more than 3 million visitors every year.
After this, you will come across the Great Pyramid of Giza. The actual pyramid is along the bank of the Nile river the longest river in the world. Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for almost 3800 years. Cool!
Once you go past, the Pyramid, now it’s the turn of the most beautiful building in the whole world. The epitome of love, The Taj Mahal, its replica is made to perfection only the size is one thing that’s not at par other than that this replica is no less than the original Taj Mahal.
Done! Clicking pictures with Taj Mahal now its time for the unbelievable Leaning Tower of Pisa. It is said that the Leaning Tower of Pisa is gradually leaning towards earth and the day its meet the earth will be the day of destruction. Scary Na! Leave let’s not kill the mood.
Leaning Tower of Pisa is also built with perfection, when you see it you can actually sense the building is leaning towards one of its ends.
Enough pictures with the Leaning Tower. Let’s move to the next monument.
It’s the famous Statue of Liberty standing high in Liberty Island in New York City in the United States.
After that comes the symbol of romance, the Effiel Tower of Paris. This is lit blue during the night and looks so beautiful. It is the highest of them all here in 7 wonders park and could be seen from the entrance although it is placed at 6th position.
The last of them all is Christ the Redeemer of Brazil a big statue that is said to protect the inhabitants of the country.
There is one more bridge-like structure inside the 7 wonders park, it is actually made over the Kishore Sagar Talab so you can feel the water flowing underneath it. It‘s a wonderful feeling standing over it. You can have a closer look at the Jag Mandir Palace from here. The closest one can get to Jag Mandir on its own is from here only.
This bridge was actually made to provide boating facility. Yes! You heard it right boating can also be done from 7 wonders park, but the sad news is due to some problem they are mostly closed. So you might not get to do boating here but you can always go for boating at KST that is just at a walking distance from here.
Best time to visit 7 Wonders Park Kota.
Well, it’s Rajasthan, and Temperature in Kota during summer goes as high as 48 degree Celsius, so October to April is the best time to visit it. When the weather is pleasant.
Best time of the day to visit 7 Wonders Park Kota.
Half an hour before Sunset, so you get to see the monument in daylight because some of them look better in daylight.
And stay there till the daylight goes off as the park will come to life and all the lights will be on and now it will be a different place. Both the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Eiffel tower looks stunning in the lights as well as the whole place.
I will advise you to spend 2-2.5 hours there and enjoy the beautiful moments and view. There are food stalls and Toilet facilities at the end of the park.
But it will be good if you take your own food as the stalls are pretty expensive, No wonder! They always are, at a tourist place. Don’t litter the place, eat your food and throw the left out in the dustbin.
Can you take photos of the monument?
Of course! That’s what it is for. But there are certain boundaries to which you can get close to the monuments. Don’t try to cross them as the security guard will always be there watching you.