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7 Wonders Park Kota | Things to know before you go

Kota: A city blended with Culture & Education

What is Kota Famous for?

Kota is a city situated on the banks of Chambal River. This is another city of Royal Rajasthan with a perfect blend of culture with education. Kota is famous for it’s largest coaching industry in India. It is very well known in providing coaching for IIT, JEE, NEET, NTSE, KVPY. Every year lakhs of students are being polished through systematic coaching in the age group 11 to 18. Students from standard 6 to 12 are being prepared for National and International Olympiads. One of my friends has also got benefitted from the Kota education coaching system. No doubt it is a good place for aspiring students. Apart from this Kota is famous for many other things like gold jewellery, silk sarees, the famous Kota stone, palaces, and museums. But we were going there for something else. It was the Replicas of Seven Wonders that attracted us to visit Kota.

7 wonders' replica. This park is situated in the educational hub of Rajasthan city Kota, India.Know things before you visit the 7 wonders park. @traxplorers 3kota #Rajasthan #IndiaTravel #SevenWodersPark #7WondersReplica

We headed towards Kota after visiting UNESCO heritage, Chittorgarh Fort.

Chittorgarh to Kota

We, two families after having breakfast buffet at Hotel Royal Inn headed towards Kota. We drove down all the way to Kota from Chittorgarh. The distance of Kota from Chittorgarh is 173 km. It took around 3 hours to reach Kota. We immediately looked for Seven Wonders Park. As soon as we reached there, we found it was closed. We came to know that it would open at 2 pm. We almost had more than an hour to wait. Thinking about utilizing that time we went to the nearby family park. There was a toy train ride, that made kids excited and we went for it. Kids loved the ride and enjoyed it well. After then we left to have lunch nearby Seven Wonders Park. Had our stomachs full and then our eyes glued at the entry gate and ticket counter of the park. The weather was quite hot in the month of March end.

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Entry to Seven Wonders Park

We had to wait till 2 pm then only get the entry tickets to the park. The park was well maintained from inside but what we found the nearby lake was not so maintained at all. There were weeds growing all over. This gave a pitiful look to the surroundings. However, theme of the park is good and appreciable. It is well suited for families.

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The Seven Wonders’ Replicas

The park comprises of miniature versions of seven wonders around the world. It includes-

Taj Mahal of Agra, India

The Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt

Eiffel Tower of Paris, France

Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy

Statue of Christ the Redeemer of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Colosseum of Rome, Italy

Statue of Liberty New York, US

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Seven wonders Park- Know before you go

Entry Fee: Indians- 20 INR per person, Foreigners- 40 INR per person

Opening Hours: 2:30 pm to 10 pm (all days of the week except Wednesdays), On Wednesdays- 11 am to 10 pm.

Note: Opening timings may vary during festivals or special occasions. Photography is allowed inside the park.

Best Time to visit: Winters (October to February)

Location: Kotri Mini Flyover, Ballabhbari, Gayatri Vihar, Kota, Rajasthan- 324007 India.

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Leaning Tower of Pisa! Happened to visit Seven Wonders Park in Kota, Rajasthan. There are 7 replicas in the park. This pic is of Pisa tower replica which is one of the most remarkable architectural structure from mediaeval Europe. The construction of tower of Pisa began in August 1173 and continued for about 200 years. Due to the onset of the series of wars, the Leaning Tower of Pisa was designed as a circular bell tower that would stand 60.00 meter high. The model of The Leaning Tower of Pisa built here is having height about 18.00 M . . . #sevenwonderspark #7wondersreplica #sevenwonders #leaningtowerofpisa #kota #rajasthan_diaries #Rajasthan #Indiatravel #replicas #architecturalmarvels @traxplorers #travelbloggers #travelbloggersclubpost

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How to reach Kota

By Air- Nearest airport is Jaipur airport at 245 Km.

By Train- Kota Junction railway station is nearest at 7.5 km.

By Road- Kota is well connected to other major cities by road. Kota bus station is at 2 km.

Other Attractions in Kota

  • Kishore Sagar
  • Garadia Mahadev Temple
  • Kota Garh City Palace
  • Chambal Hanging Bridge
  • Ganesh Udhyan
  • Kota Zoological Park
  • Abheda Mahal
  • Lucky Burj

Pro Tips to visit Seven Wonders Park

  • Visit this place in winters only. It is hot even in the month of March.
  • To get the best view of Seven Wonders Park, visit in the evening when it is brightly lit.
  • Don’t go in the early morning as the park will be closed. It opens only in the afternoon.

Suggested Readings: You may also like to know more from Rajasthan. Read about Chittorgarh, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Banswara, Kumbhalgarh in the blog.

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7 wonders' replica. This park is situated in the educational hub of Rajasthan city Kota, India.Know things before you visit the 7 wonders park. @traxplorers 3kota #Rajasthan #IndiaTravel #SevenWodersPark #7WondersReplica
7 wonders' replica. This park is situated in the educational hub of Rajasthan city Kota, India.Know things before you visit the 7 wonders park. @traxplorers 3kota #Rajasthan #IndiaTravel #SevenWodersPark #7WondersReplica

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