The Top 10 Things To Do And See In Gurgaon

Gurgaon is an important financial and industrial city near New Delhi. It is known for its booming infrastructure, its rapid urbanization, and economic prosperity. As a rapidly growing city, Gurgaon is an example of a blend between the old and the new. The city has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment, culture, and world-class cuisine. We explore the ten best things to do and see in Gurgaon.

Kingdom of Dreams

Kingdom of Dreams

Few venues can match the colorful and vibrant character of Kingdom of Dreams, India’s first live entertainment complex. Built in 2010, the complex spreads over 6 acres and consists of two theaters: Nautanki Mahal – an 836 seats auditorium with an hydraulic stage that resembles a royal palace – and Showshaa Theatre – a 350 seats amphitheater with a matrix sound system. Kingdom of Dreams is famous for featuring rich theater shows which attract people with their expressive repertories, ranging from Bollywood musicals to folk performances based on Indian mythology. Apart from the two theater halls, there is a culture and food boulevard, known as Gully Centre, that offers regional delicacies from 14 states of India. Great Indian Nautanki Pvt. Ltd. Auditorium Complex, Sector 29, Gurgaon, India, +91 124 – 4528000

Nautanki Mahal: Kingdom of Dreams

Ali Ghosh Khan Baoli

Ali Ghosh Khan Baoli, located on the premises of the Sheesh Mahal, is a historical monument listed by Archeological Survey of India as a monument of national importance. This dramatic three-storeyed octagonal staircase is a dry well (baoli) that was used by the royal ladies of the Sheesh Mahal to take their bath. In earlier times, this dry well supplied fresh water to the palace. The legend has it that the dry wells were inhabited by fairies and their water had magical and healing properties. Today, the baoli is visited for its exceptional architecture which takes visitors back to Mughal India.

Ali Ghosh Khan Baoli

1. Aliwardi Mosque


The Aliwardi Mosque, situated two kilometers north of Gurgaon, is a popular destination among devotees and tourists alike. Built 200 years ago, the mosque is believed to have been commissioned by the founder of Aliwardi Village, Nawab Aliwardi Khan. A tomb adjacent to the mosque is supposed to be his. This magnificent mosque built with red sandstone has an alluring vitality and elegant style typical of Islamic architecture. The cusped arches give the mosque a delicate touch.

Heritage Transport Museum

Heritage Transport Museum houses the most comprehensive collection of transportation heritage in the country. It includes exhibitions of two-wheelers, aviation devices, pre-mechanized transports, and Indian transport toys. The most impressive part of the museum is the automobile gallery that features the evolution of the Indian car industry. There are over 70 vintage and classic cars on display. The museum offers an insight into India’s past for transport enthusiast and curious visitors alike. Bilaspur – Taoru Road (Major District Road 132) Off NH 8 (Bilaspur Chowk), Taoru, Gurgaon, +91 112 371 8100

Vintage Car, India

Museum of Folk and Tribal Art

Five millennia of Indian history can be explored at the Museum of Folk and Tribal Art. The museum houses a vast collection of Indian folk, tribal and neglected arts. It was established by K.C. Aryan, a renowned art historian, writer and artist who was the first person in India to undertake the project of preserving tribal art. The museum features an exquisite collection of masks, paintings, terracotta, wood-carvings, bronzes and tribal artifacts. Enjoy your time in this labyrinth of neglected treasures. 2009, Urban Estate Sector 4, Gurgaon, India, +91 124 232 1783

Tribal Art, India

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