Posted on Dec 30, 2013 by Marwa_Alabady
what places to visit in gurgaon and is there any toursit offices?
Aapno Ghar Amusement Park : For all people who enjoy becoming a child and those who want to take their children, this is the place for you. This is truly an amusement cum a water park, There a range of activities that one can explore and enjoy while spending some good moments with your family and friends in Aapno Ghar,Gurgaon.
Stellar Children's Museum : Set up to infuse the essence of curiosity in young minds and to develop an appreciation of creative environment, The Stellar Children's Museum in Gurgaon is an imaginative and welcoming place meant for children.
Fun n Food Village : To bring in the full elements in our lives it is very essential that we keep on trying new things and engage our minds in something adventurous and exciting; otherwise our lives would be extremely dull and monotonous. Therefore to revive these essential aspects of living life better, fun 'n' food village is the considered to be the ideal picnic spot. Offering high quality fun, this water park is located in Gurgaon.
Leisure valley park : The Leisure valley park is located right in the heart of the city, Gurgaon. People often visit this beautiful and well maintained park for a peaceful and serene surrounding away from the hustle and bustle of the city. There are various joy rides, restaurants, gardens, jogging tracks and musical fountains within the park.
Shiv Murti Palam Vihar :As the name suggest the Shiv Murti located in Palam Vihar is dedicated to the Hindu God Lord Shiva. The Murti or statue is located in Block H of PalamVihar. The statue is located at a distance of 27 kms from Manesar and 28.9 kms from New Delhi.
Sheesh Mahal : Located at the distance of 21 km away from the city of Gurgaon and lying within the dusty sprawl of Farrukhnagar, lies this Sheesh Mahal that seems to be lost in the scripts of the Mughal era. Here, the history has lain immortalized for all these years, awaiting exploration. Initially ruled by the Baloch dynasty, Farrukhnagar came under the reign of the Mughals in the 17th century and was named after the ruler that built Sheesh Mahal.
Aliwardi Masjid : The Aliwardi Masjid in Gurgaon is popular among devotees and tourists alike, for its alluring masterpiece. A simple and elegant structure greets you on visiting this mosque, representing elegance delving deep in the Islamic architecture.
Pataudi palace : Located at a convenient distance of one hour drive from Delhi, the Pataudi palace near Gurgaon is the ideal weekend getaway. It is expressive of a rich story and royal attitude coupled with simplicity.
Find more Places to visit in gurgaon
As there are no government tourist offices in gurgaon, more over you can find more details from
Haryana Tourism Corporation Limited
SCO 17-19, Sector 17-B, Chandigarh-160017
Tel : 0172-2702955-57, 0172-2720437.
Fax : 0172-2703185, 2702783
Email : email@example.com
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