33 Ancient, Fun, And Famous Places To Visit In Hyderabad

33 Ancient, Fun, And Remarkable Places To Visit In Hyderabad

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Where is the world’s largest monolithic statue of the Buddha in India? Where would you go if you wanted to eat the best biryani in India?

Hyderabad, of course! Also known as the City of Pearls, Hyderabad has a lot of interesting stories to tell its visitors. It has no beaches or hill stations around, but it makes up for that with its artificial lakes, parks, malls, and historical monuments that intrigue the young and old alike.

If you have a vacation planned to the city, here is a list of places to visit in Hyderabad with kids.

Museums In Hyderabad

Did you know that Hyderabad was once called Bhagyanagar? A visit to the museums in Hyderabad is a must if you want to know such interesting facts about the city and understand its history and culture.

1. Salar Jung Museum

The Salar Jung Museum is one of the National Museums of India. From books, paintings, antique furniture, jewelry, clothing, daggers, to manuscripts and more, the museum has a collection of over one million items. It was initially a private museum when it was opened in 1951. It became a national museum in 1961 and since, has attracted over a million visitors as of 2009. The museum has 18 galleries, a library, and also virtual exhibitions, and galleries that tell you about the city and its history.

Where: Darul Shifa, Hyderabad

How to reach: Buses, private cabs, Autorickshaws, and MMTS (until Kacheguda and Nampally stations)

Attractions: Aurangazeb and Noor Jahan’s daggers, the clock room – musical clock is a must see, the statue of Veiled Rebecca, and the arms and armor gallery.

Days open: All days except Fridays and public holidays.

Hours: 10am to 5pm

Entry fee: Rs. 20 for adults, Rs. 500 for foreign nationals

Amenities: Cloakroom, restrooms, cafeteria run by the state

Things to consider: Plan your trip such that you are in the clock room by noon, you can see the little caretaker inside the clock strike his hammer 12 times then!

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2. Sudha Cars Museum

Have you seen a car shaped like a burger? Or a handbag? At least a shoe?

No?

Then you must visit the Sudha Cars Museum, a private museum owned and managed by artist Sudhakar Yadav. All the cars are handmade by the artist! You will find cars shaped like a sofa, helmet, billiards table, basketball, and camera! The museum also features vintage car replicas and uniquely designed commercial vehicles as well.

Where: Bahadurpura, Hyderabad

How to reach: Buses, private vehicles

Attractions: Creative cars, in all shapes and sizes

Days open: All days

Hours: 9:30am to 6:30pm

Entry fee: Rs. 50 per adult, Rs. 10 per child

Amenities: Restrooms, food counters, lockers

Things to consider: The museum is not just for Autorickshawsmobile lovers. It is for those who have a creative bend and are interested in mechanics.

3. Birla Planetarium and Science Museum

One of the best planetariums in India, the Birla Planetarium and Science Museum is a must visit place in Hyderabad. The planetarium has hourly shows through the day which are very informative, and entertaining. The science museum has an archeology and dolls gallery, a dinosaurium, and an interactive science section where children can try solving science and math puzzles, see handmade exhibits that display laws of physics, mechanics, energy, and electronics among others.

Where: Khairatabad, Hyderabad

How to reach: Autorickshaws, private cabs, metered taxis, buses

Attractions: Sky shows including An Incredible Voyage Through the Universe, an amazing cosmic show available in English, Telugu, and Hindi. 3D Universe and telescope viewing.

Days open: All days

Hours: 10:30am to 8pm

Entry fee: Rs. 80 for Planetarium, Rs. 150 for planetarium and science museum

Amenities: Restrooms, cafeteria, parking

Things to consider: Children under four years of age are not allowed into the sky theater.

Historical Places In Hyderabad

Historical Places In Hyderabad

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Given Hyderabad’s rich cultural heritage, a visit to the many historical places and monuments in the city must be on the list. Here are our picks.

4. Charminar

The Charminar is a landmark and a global icon that represents the city in the country and the world. The structure has four minarets joined by massive arches, with each tower standing at 20 meters tall. Many theories are surrounding the real reason for constructing this structure. Some say it was to mark the end of a great plague, while others say it was to commemorate the starting of a new Islamic year. Regardless, the Charminar is a beautiful monument that portrays grand Islamic architectural style. So, you must certainly visit this famous place in Hyderabad.

Where: Hyderabad

How to reach: City buses, Autorickshaws, private taxis, metered taxis

Attractions: The architecture of the building, the stairs that lead up to the top of the minarets.

Days open: All days

Hours: 9:30am to 5:30pm

Entry fee: Nil

Amenities: Parking nearby

Things to consider: There are several market places or bazaars surrounding the Charminar. You can buy the famous Hyderabad bangles, pearls, and apparels there.

5. Golconda Fort

The Golconda Fort was the capital of the Qutub Shahi Kings before they moved to Hyderabad. The fort, built on rock, is spread over an area of 4.8 kilometers and is 130 meters high. The fort contains ruins, mosques, and tombs of the Qutub Shahi rulers. The fort was originally built in the 11th century and was fortified and strengthened later in the 16th century. Set aside at least two to three hours to explore the fort with kids.

Where: Golconda, 11 kilometers from Hyderabad city

How to reach: Private taxis, buses

Attractions: Largest Baobab tree, acoustic effects at the Fateh Darwaza, light and sound show in the evening

Days open: All days

Hours: 9am to 5pm

Entry fee: Rs. 5 per person, Rs. 100 for foreign nationals; Rs. 130 for sound and light show

Amenities: Parking, food stalls

Things to consider: The fort is a short hike on a rocky terrain. There are also a lot of steps to climb to reach the top of the fort.

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6. Qutub Shahi Tombs

The Qutub Shahi Tombs may not seem as appealing as Charminar or a fort. But if you are a history buff and enjoy visiting architectural monuments, then include a visit to the Qutub Shahi Tombs in your schedule. The tombs are the final resting place of the kings of Golconda and are among the oldest monuments representing the Persian, Pathan, and Hindu architectural styles.

Where: Ibrahim Bagh, Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis, buses

Attractions: Architectural style

Days open: All days

Hours: 9:30am to 4:30pm

Entry fee: Rs. 10 per adult, Rs. 5 per child

Amenities: Parking

Things to consider: There isn’t a lot for kids to see. Children may not enjoy the visit unless your children like history and architecture.

7. Chowmahalla Palace

One of the well-maintained historical monuments, the Chowmahalla Palace is a complex of four palaces. It is a replica of the Shah’s palace in Iran and was the official residence of the Nizams of Hyderabad through their reign. It has a Southern Courtyard, which is the oldest part of the palace. The Northern courtyard is the only area open to the public now. The palace also has wedding and function halls one can book.

Where: Khilwat, Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis, buses

Attractions: Bara Imam (corridor), the clock tower, and the Durbar Hall

Days open: All days, except Fridays

Hours: 10am to 5pm

Entry fee: Rs. 80 per adult, Rs. 10 per child, Rs. 200 per person for foreign nationals

Amenities: Restrooms, parking, and souvenir shop

Things to consider: Spend at least two hours in the palace to soak in its grandeur and beautiful architecture.

8. Falaknuma Palace

The most lavish of all palaces in Hyderabad, this was built by the Paigah family and later owned by the Nizams. Today, the Palace is a 5-star hotel managed by the Taj Group of Hotels. The Palace is located at a height of 2000 feet above the city and represents the Italian and Tudor style of architecture.

Where: Falaknuma, Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis, buses, and MMTS (until Falaknuma)

Attractions: The grand architecture and design

Days open: Not open to general public; tours available on weekends

Weekend tour timings: 4pm to 5:30pm

Entry fee: Tour package costs Rs.2000 per adult, Rs.1850 per child. More details here.

Amenities: Accommodation, restaurants, restrooms, parking

Things to consider: Highly expensive if you just want to visit or tour the hotel.

Parks

Parks

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Hyderabad is home to some of the greenest parks. Most of them are popular picnic spots – a place to visit with entire family.

9. Lumbini Park

Lumbini Park is a public park situated on the banks of the Hussain Sagar Lake. The park has a walking trail and a play area for kids. Water sports and boating in the lake can be accessed only through the park.

Where: Khairatabad, Hyderabad

How to reach: Buses, Private taxis, cabs and Autorickshaws

Attractions: Boating, laser show

Days open: All days

Hours: 9am to 9pm

Entry fee: Rs. 10 per person

Amenities: Restaurant, restrooms, parking

Things to consider: Plan your visit to the park on a weekday to avoid crowds.

10. Jalagam Vengal Rao Park

A fairly new park, compared to some others in the city, the Jalagam Vengal Rao Park or JVR Park is home to some of the most beautiful flower-bearing plants and trees. The park is ideal for leisure walks. It also has a kid’s play area and is often the venue for parties and musical soirees.

Where: Banjara Hills

How to reach: Autorickshawsrickshaws, private taxis, buses

Attractions: Musical events, greenery

Days open: All days

Hours: 5am to 8pm

Entry fee: Rs. 5 per person

Amenities: Parking, restrooms

Things to consider: There is nothing extraordinary about the park. But if you want to cool your heels between sights, then this is a place to visit in the evening.

11. KBR National Park

The Kasu Brahmananda Reddy Park or KBR Park is the biggest park in the city. It is a joggers’ paradise and houses a good number of peacocks. The park is also home to abundant flora and other bird species that thrive in them. All you need to do is walk around the park to be greeted by the beautiful birds.

Where: Banjara Hills

How to reach: Private taxis, buses, Autorickshaws

Attractions: Peacocks, roaming freely in the park, oblivious to human presence.

Days open: All days

Hours: 5am to 9:30am, 4pm to 6pm

Entry fee: Rs. 20 per adult, Rs. 10 per child

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, food court

Things to consider: The park is huge. So you may want to try and cover some part of it when traveling with kids.

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12. Nehru Zoological Park

The Nehru Zoological Park or the Hyderabad Zoo is the most visited place in the city. In addition to the collection of animals and birds, the park also has a Natural History Museum, a toy train ride, and the tortoise house. There are over 100 species of birds, mammals, and reptiles.

Where: Mir Alam Tank

How to reach: Private taxis, buses

Attractions: Natural History Museum, toy train ride, Butterfly Park

Days open: Tuesday to Sunday

Hours: 8am to 5pm

Entry fee: Rs. 20 per adult, Rs. 10 per child

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, food stalls

Things to consider: The zoo is situated near the Salar Jung museum, so a visit to both places in one day will cut down travel time.

13. NTR Gardens

NTR Gardens, which is near the Hussain Sagar lake, was specially designed as a kids destination. The park has uniquely shaped swings, play zones, and a toy train that keeps the kids engaged and entrained through the visit.

Where: Khairatabad

How to reach: Private taxis, cabs, Autorickshaws

Attractions: Car cafe, Monorail toy train

Days open: All days

Hours: 12:30pm to 9pm

Entry fee: Rs. 15 per adult, Rs. 10 per child

Amenities: Parking, restrooms

Things to consider: A great place for kids to have fun – you can choose this over other bigger parks.

14. Indira Park

Indira Park is perhaps the oldest park in the city. The park has many varieties of trees, terraced gardens, ponds and more. There is a skating rink for children too.

Where: Lower Tank Bund, Domalguda

How to reach: Private taxis, cabs or Autorickshaws, buses

Attractions: Greenery, well-maintained rose garden

Days open: All days

Hours: 8am to 7pm

Entry fee: Rs. 5 per person

Amenities: Nil

Things to consider: It has a rock sanctuary and sculptures too. It can be a nice spot for a picnic.

15. Sanjeeviah Park

One of the oldest parks in Hyderabad, Sanjeeviah Park is located near Hussainagar and spreads over 92 acres. There is lush greenery around, with a few water bodies and small ponds here and there. The park is often the preferred location for film shootings. The park is home to over 50 species of birds and insects.

Where: Banks of Hussain Sagar

How to reach: Private taxis, cabs or Autorickshaws

Attractions: Rose Garden

Days open: All days

Hours: 8am to 7pm

Entry fee: Rs. 5 per adult, Rs. 2 per child

Amenities: Parking

Things to consider: The park can be a pit stop to rest for a while – let the kids play in the grass.

16. Yogi Bear Mini Park

A fun place for younger kids, the Yogi Bear Mini Golf Park is where your kids can experience weightlessness, try their hand at golf, and participate in a hoard of other physical activities. The park is exclusively for kids, and will not leave the young ones bored.

Where: Necklace Road, Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis, cabs and autorickshaws

Attractions: Aqua Zorb, Gyroscope, Excavator and Mini Golf

Days open: All days

Hours: 10am to 10pm

Entry fee: Rs. 50 per child, Rs. 20 for supervising adults

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, food stalls

Things to consider: Go there with a plan to spend at least two hours.

Lakes

Lakes

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Hyderabad has quite a few man-made lakes and ponds where you can spend the evenings with kids.

17. Hussain Sagar Lake

The Hussain Sagar Lake, locally referred to as ‘Tank Bund’, is a popular landmark in Hyderabad. The lake is the largest heart shaped mark on the planet and spreads over an area of 5.7 kilometers. In the center of the lake is the Gibraltar Rock Island on which the world’s largest monolithic statue of Buddha stands. The Lake, which gets its waters from the River Musi, divides the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

Where: Secunderabad, Hyderabad

How to reach: Buses, autorickshaws, private cabs, and taxis

Attractions: Boat rides to Gibraltar Rock Island, speed boating, water sports – para sailing

Days open: All days

Hours: 8am to 10pm for boating

Entry fee: Nil

Amenities: Parking, restaurants

Things to consider: There are several parks, including a water park and a snow-themed park around Hussain Sagar. Plan your day so that you can cover all in one day.

18. Nagarjuna Sagar Lake & Dam

If you are in Hyderabad and can spare a day, take time to see the mighty Nagarjuna Sagar Dam near Hyderabad. The dam was built on the Krishna river back in the 1960s and has since attracted tourists from around the country. Besides the dam, the area also has a museum and an island called Nagarjuna Konda which is a Buddhist town.

Nagarjuna Sagar would be an ideal choice if you want to go on a long drive; this place around hyderabad would take one day.

Where: Nalgonda, 155 kilometers from Hyderabad,

How to reach: Bus, private vehicles

Attractions: Dam, Ethipothala waterfalls, boating

Days open: All days

Hours: 9am to 5pm

Entry fee: Rs. 20 for adults, Rs. 15 for kids

Amenities: Restaurants, parking, restrooms

Things to consider: The best time to visit it is in the monsoons, or just after monsoons when the reservoir is full.

19. Shamirpet Lake

The Shamirpet Lake is an artificial lake surrounded by natural rock formations. The popularity of the lake as a picnic spot has encouraged businesses to set up resorts in the area. The lake is an excellent spot for bird watching early in the morning. A deer park located near the lake is another place you can visit.

Where: 24 kilometers from Secunderabad

How to reach: Private taxis or vehicles

Attractions: Deer Park, bird watching

Days open: All days

Hours: 6am to 6pm

Entry fee: Nil

Amenities: Parking

Things to consider: A picnic is the best way to spend time here.

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20. Osman Sagar Lake

Also known as Gandipet, the Osman Sagar Lake is one of the main reservoirs for the Hyderabad and Secunderabad. The place is beautiful after the monsoons when it is full of water. Gandipet is a popular picnic place in Hyderabad.

Where: 23 kilometers from Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis, vehicles

Attractions: Sunrise and sunset point

Days open: All days

Hours: 9:30am to 5pm

Entry fee: Rs.5 per person

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, restaurants (nearby)

Things to consider: There is not much for kids to do there unless you are going for a picnic with a group.

21. Lotus Pond

The Lotus Pond is an artificial pond in a quiet residential area in Hyderabad. It is a small lake with lotuses in it and lush greenery around it. The pond is also home to around 20 different species of birds. Take your kids here for some quiet time and to see the flora.

Where: Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis, autorickshaws, buses

Attractions: Lotuses in the pond

Days open: All days

Hours: 6am to 10am, 4pm to 6pm

Entry fee: Nil

Amenities: Parking

Things to consider: The park opens only for a short time during the day, so plan your visit accordingly.

22. Kidwai Garden

A well-designed garden, the Kidwai Garden is located outside the city and is frequented by locals of all ages. The garden has several fragrant flowers and trees. It is a great picnic spot too.

Where: Rajendra Nagar

How to reach: Private cabs, taxis, and buses

Attractions: Greenery and landscaped gardens

Days open: All days

Hours: 7:30am to 8:30pm

Entry fee: Rs. 10 per adult, Rs. 5 per child

Amenities: Parking

Things to consider: The place has no restrooms or food stalls. So you may want to limit the time spent here to an hour or two.

Malls and Shopping

Evenings in Hyderabad can be spent at some of the finest malls here which offer shopping, dining, and entertainment options. This is our selection of malls you can visit with your kids.

23. Prasads Imax and Multiplex

Prasads Imax perhaps is the first and the oldest malls of Hyderabad. It is the place you should go to if you want to enjoy a good movie on the large screen. It was the single most popular Imax theater in India, with a screen size of 90×72 ft. At present, the complex only has a multiplex and a gaming zone for kids and restaurants, besides a few retail outlets.

Where: Necklace Road, Hyderabad

How to reach: Autorickshaws, private taxis, and cabs

Attractions: Gaming zone

Days open: All days

Hours: 10am to 11pm

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, restaurants

Things to consider: The mall is near Hussain Sagar lake and NTR park, and can be covered in an hour if you just want to visit.

24. GVK One

GVK One is a relatively recent mall that offers entertainment options for kids. The mall is located in a plush locality and has restaurants, retail outlets, movie screens, and a fun zone for kids.

Where: Banjara Hills

How to reach: Private cabs, metered taxis, utorickshaws, and buses

Attractions: Fun Zone for kids

Days open: All days

Hours: 11am to 9:30pm on weekdays, 11am to 10pm on weekends

Amenities: Parking, restaurants, and restrooms

Things to consider: Go to this mall if you have some shopping to do for the kids, and not just for the fun zone.

25. Inorbit Mall

One of the popular malls in the city, Inorbit Mall, is a place you can go shopping and dine. The mall has regional and international apparel brand stores, a massive food court, and a fun zone for kids. There is a toy train as well, which kids can ride in for around 15 minutes.

Where: Madhapur, Hyderabad

How to reach: Metered cabs, autorickshaws

Attractions: Fun City for kids, Toy train

Days open: All days

Hours: 10:30am to 10pm

Entry fee: Nil

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, food court

Things to consider: The play zone and the mall are usually crowded on weekends. So visiting it on a weekday would be a better idea.

26. Shilparamam Crafts Village

Shilparamam is an ethnic crafts and arts village located near the IT hub. The center has a few museums, shopping malls that sell local crafts, food stalls, a small pond with boating and a small play area for kids. The government also holds exhibitions here during festivals and other occasions.

Where: Madhapur, Hyderabad

How to reach: Autorickshaws, private taxis, cabs, buses

Attractions: Boating, sculpture park, recreational area

Days open: All days

Hours: 10:30am to 8pm

Entry fee: Rs.40 per adult, Rs.20 per child

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, food stalls

Things to consider: This is a place to go to for getting some local souvenirs. Other than that, there isn’t much to do, unless there is a mela or fair.

Inorbit Mall and Shilparamam Crafts village are the places to visit in Madhapur.

27. Forum Sujana Mall

One of the many Forum malls in India and the first in Hyderabad, the Forum mall is one that stands on par with the Inorbit mall. It is one of the most happening hangout places in Hyderabad during the weekend and has an exclusive play area for kids with video games, Burma bridge, bowling, and more. The mall also has the toy bus, remote motor cars that kids can ride in, and a multiplex too.

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Where: Kukatpally, Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis, autorickshaws, buses,

Attractions: SVM bowling and gaming arcade

Days open: All days

Hours: 10am to 10pm

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, restaurants

Things to consider: Avoid going here on the weekends to avoid crowds.

Amusement Parks

Hyderabad has a few amusement parks, although not as big as the ones near Pune or Mumbai. But the one thing that the city has is the biggest film city in the world, which is a must see.

28. Ramoji Film City

Ramoji Film City is the largest integrated movie studio in the world. The Film City is huge spreading over an area of 2000 acres. It is one of the biggest tourist places near Hyderabad and has many recreational centers including an amusement park, an adventure park, a bird park, a tour of the film city in an open top bus, live shows, and more.

The cost of the package may seem a little expensive, but it is a once in a life thing and totally worth it.

Where: Anaspur Village, Hyderabad

How to reach: Buses to the film city from Gachibowli and Secunderabad; private vehicles

Attractions: Bird park, movie sets, adventure zone and Fundustan amusement park

Days open: All days

Hours: 9am to 5:30pm

Entry fee: Fee varies for different packages.

Amenities: Parking, restaurant, restrooms, tour bus

Things to consider: The film city is huge and trying to see all of it with kids in one day may not be practical. If you are planning to visit places around Hyderabad for two days with your kids, then Ramoji Film City is the best choice.

29. Snow World

Imagine jumping into the snow, on a hot summer’s day. Impossible, you may say.

Well, we disagree. Hyderabad’s Snow World amusement park is a one-of-a-kind amusement park that allows you to beat the summer heat. There are many snow-based activities in the indoor facility spread over 2 acres. Kids can slide on sleds, visit an igloo, and also experience snowfall. So don’t miss it – this is a place to visit in summer.

Where: Lower Tank Bund Road, Hyderabad

How to reach: Cabs, utorickshaws, buses

Attractions: Snowfall experience, indoor games, ice hotel

Days open: All days

Hours: 11am to 10pm

Entry fee: Rs. 450 per adult, Rs. 250 per child (up to 4ft 6in in height)

Amenities: Parking

Things to consider: The snow flooring can be a little slippery; tread carefully to prevent your children from getting hurt.

30. Jalavihar

Jalavihar is a water park located near the Hussain Sagar. The park spreads over an area of 12 acres and has a variety of rides including water slides. There are different types of slides offering varying levels of excitement and thrill for adults and kids. The place attracts a lot of locals and tourists during summers.

Where: Necklace Road, Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis, cabs, utorickshaws, and MMTS (to Necklace Road station)

Attractions: Wave pool, mini train, super jet, and other dry rides for kids

Days open: All days

Hours: 11am to 7pm

Entry fee: Rs.300 per adult, Rs.150 per child (up to 3ft in height)

Amenities: Parking, food stalls, restrooms, and changing rooms

Things to consider: Entry ticket only includes water games and rides. Dry rides and activities cost extra. Take a change of clothes and towels.

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31. Wonderla

If you haven’t had a chance to visit Wonderla in Bangalore or Kochi, you can visit it in Hyderabad. The theme park is spread over 50 acres and has more than 25 land rides and 18 water rides for kids and adults. The park is located outside the city but is worth a visit if you have preteens or teens. The place also has restaurants and relaxing lounges for those who want to relax.

Where: 28 kilometers from Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis and cabs

Attractions: Adventures of Chikku, wonder splash, crazy cars, mini pirate ship, moon base, twist and shout

Days open: All days

Hours: 11am to 6pm (weekdays) and until 7pm (weekends)

Entry fee: Rs. 920 per adult and Rs. 740 per child during weekdays; Rs.1,150 per adult and Rs. 920 per child during weekends and peak days.

Amenities: Parking, food stalls, restrooms, and changing rooms

Things to consider: Take a change of clothes and towels. You will most likely have to spend an entire day here, given the distance from the city.

33. Mount Opera

Mount Opera is one of the most popular tourist places in Hyderabad. It is a resort and a theme park for in-house guests. The park is not as frequented by tourists owing to its distance from the city.

Where: 38 kilometers from Hyderabad

How to reach: Private taxis, cabs

Attractions: Bumper cars, bungee jumping, go-karting, boating

Days open: All days

Hours: 11am to 6pm

Entry fee: Rs. 425 per adult, Rs. 330 per child, Rs. 150 for seniors

Amenities: Parking, food stalls, restrooms, and changing rooms

Things to consider: Charges for rides separate. Take a change of clothes and towels.

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32. Ocean Park

Ocean Park is one of the most visited amusement parks, located near Gandipet. The amusement and water park has over 30 rides, including nine different land rides and eight water rides for kids. Most of the rides, including the children rides, are included in the entry package. The park has been running successfully for years now and is a safe place to let your kids experience adventure and fun rides.

Where: Gandipet

How to reach: Private taxis, vehicles

Attractions: Kids pool, jumping frogs, mini train, monkey ride, tube slide, and tilting bucket

Days open: All days

Hours: 11am to 7:30pm

Entry fee: Rs.300 per adult, Rs.230 per child

Amenities: Restrooms, lockers, restaurant, parking, and changing rooms

Things to consider: The cost of the ticket to this amusement park is a lot less compared to the cost of other parks.

The best way to experience all that the city has to offer: the Nawabi culture and cuisine, the theme parks, the parks and lakes, the shopping experience, and more, is to plan your trip well in advance and book the tickets online if you can. That way, there won’t be any disappointments. You can even try and book a package that includes a visit to some of the prominent places in Hyderabad.

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