Say goodbye to those boring children parks with same old swings and slides and get ready for Delhi’s newest children’s park – Nandan Van which is opening in August for children under the age of 12 years.

Located in South Delhi’s Greater Kailash-1, this park will be one of its kind as it includes very scrupulous designing and multi-play equipments. The park will remain open between 10 am to 7 pm on all days and the entry ticket will cost only ₹20.

The park has all that you can ever wish for! There are very innovative and fascinating swings and slides, tree decks, gazebos, hopping deck, outdoor musical instruments, and adventure closure and much more. There is also a separate section for the toddlers, which is the plus point here.

The most interesting part about this park is that they have life-sized figurines of all of our favourite cartoon characters such as Minions and Doraemon, which honestly, are a feast for the eyes. The kids can also hop onto the mini adventure nets for a more fun experience.

Also, to ensure the safety of the little ones, the paths and pavements in the park have been built with special care. The tiles have been rubberised to minimise the chances of any injury to the kids.

The park also has a sensory wall for visually-disabled children making it a first- all inclusive park for the cause. According to the authorities, only children with an accompanying guardian will be allowed to enter the park.

Apart from swings, board games area, rope bridges and other different play equipment, the artistic gates complete with sculptures attract and welcome children to lose themselves in the fun and frolic.

It is said that more similar parks will be built in the other three zones (of the four zones of the corporation), namely Sarita Vihar, Dwarka and Vikaspuri, to enable kids have a lot more to do than just play with smartphones.

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