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Places to visit in Bangalore with kids

Top Best 9 Places to visit in Bangalore with kids.

It’s been almost one and a half years that the entire world is facing the surge of the COVID’19 virus. Due to the pandemic mankind is suffering to lead a normal life. 

We all understand how difficult life becomes during the lockdown and we all eagerly wait to resume our daily life routine post lockdown is lifted, so are the children.

Since there is a drastic decrease in the number of positive cases of COVID’19, with the hope of getting back to the normal life, here is the blog on top best 9 places to visit in Bangalore with kids post the Government lift lockdown. 

But before planning any visit to Bangalore with kids, please go through the Government guideline to keep yourself and your loved one safe during the pandemic.

Places to visit in Bangalore with kids

Below mentioned are the 9 best places to visit in Bangalore with kids post this lockdown.

Wonder La


Wonderla is not just an amusement park, but also a world of breath-taking charm and one of the perfect places to visit in Bangalore with Kids. It’s a place where you celebrate the smaller moments and share big wonders in short you can create memories with your family and friends.

This Amusement park offers a wide variety of attractions including 55+ land and water rides. In 2014 Wonderla Bangalore has been ranked 1st in India and 7th best in Asia by Tripadvisor (An American Online Travelling Company).

Rides in this amusement park are designed for every age group starting from easy rides for the kids to the highly thrilling ones, the park does not fall short for anyone.

You can also find the major attractions like a musical fountain, laser shows, Rain Disco, and a virtual reality show. Besides all of these you can never go hungry as they offer 5 amazing restaurants for their visitors.

For more details visit their official website.

Timings: 11 AM – 6 PM

Entry fee: ₹1150/- per person for Adults (Regular Tickets), ₹920/- per person for Children (Regular Tickets – Entrance fee is subjected to get change seasonally.

Distance from Bangalore: 28 KM from Majestic, Bangalore.

Innovative Film City


Innovative Film City is one of the perfect places to visit in Bangalore with Kids. It gives you an amazing adventure experience that you’ll remember all your life.

The main attraction of Innovative Film City is Aqua Kingdom, Cartoon City, Haunted Mansion, Miniature City, Museum, Dino Park, and Mirror Maze.

There are various activities you can do like Go-karting, Mini Golf, Fossil Hunt, Big Boss Tour, also take a series of adventure sports triggering an adrenaline rush, such as bungee-jumping, dirt bike, net cricket, archery, and bull riding making it among one of the perfect places to visit in Bangalore with Kids.

Timings: 10 AM – 7 PM

Entry fee: ₹600/- per person and ₹400/- per person (after 3.00 pm), For rides or activities like Go-karting, Zip Line, Bull Ride, Ode to Life, bungee-jumping – ₹50/- to ₹200/- extra

Distance from Bangalore: 33.4 KM from Majestic, Bangalore.

Snow City


Are you dreaming of engaging you and your family in a snow adventure? If yes, then you need not visit Switzerland, Manali, or Kashmir. The Snow City of Bangalore offers you the best Snow based activities without you going outside Bangalore.

You can enjoy Snow Dance, Interactive games like Ice Bumping Car, Ducky splash, pirate’s Hook, and more, and those who prefer seeking their adventurous side can also engage in activities like Snow Slide, Snow Tubes, Snow Rafting, etc.

You get to witness the unique atmosphere of the Snow city where the temperature is maintained at -5 degrees centigrade. Hence making Snow City is one of the best places to visit in Bangalore with Kids.

Timings: 10:15 AM to 8:00 PM 

Entry fee: ₹500/- Per person (per session of 45 minutes) on weekdays, ₹600/- Per person (per session of 45 minutes) on weekends.

Ranadheera Kanteerava Park


Located in Jayanagar in Bangalore, Ranadheera Kanteerava Park is a theme park that showcases the history and heritage of Karnataka and it has several sculptures of ancient rulers and Kings. It is one of the most popular and well-maintained parks in the city. 

The park also has notes of the poetry of various famous Kannada poets, Fountains, Two play areas with different swings, slides, and clean sand for playing – which keep your children glued to the place. 

Overall, it gives a secure environment to your children as you find Security guards in most of the places inside park premises but that doesn’t mean you leave your children unattended.

Timings: 5 AM- to 9 Am, 4 AM to 7 PM (Tuesday to Saturday), 5 AM- to 10 Am, 4 AM to 9 PM (Sunday and Monday),

Entry fee: No Entrance Fee

Bangalore Palace


Parents who want their children to experience the classic royal charm of Bangalore can take them to one of its older landmarks and the sprawling Tudor-inspired estate of Bangalore Palace.

The palace was actually built by King Chamaraja Wadiyar back in the year 1887. Today it is open to the public who wants to witness the lavish and elegant appearance of one of South India’s most enduring dynasties. 

The architectural style of the palace is a mix of Tudor and Scottish Gothic with many physical elements inside was imported from Britain because it is believed that Chamaraja Wadiyar was inspired by Windsor Castle and other structures of Normandy and England.

The Bangalore Palace is home to many renowned 19th & 20th century paintings, including that art by Raja Ravi Varma (India’s most famous painters). 

There is a large collection of photographs that journal the different generations of the Wadiyar dynasty along with offering a glimpse into the evolution of Bangalore over the last century. Hence this makes it one of the best historic places to visit in Bangalore with kids. 

Timings: 10 AM to 5:30 PM

Entry fee: ₹230/- per head for Indians.

Bugle Rock Park


Located in N R Colony, Basavanagudi area in Bangalore, Bugle Rock Park is well known for the central rock formed through geological changes over the 3,000 million years for now. 

It also attracts scientists and regular geologists because of its unique formation of rocks. Besides this, the park also experiences a regular influx of tourists. 

Bugle Rock Garden is thickly covered with trees and a great place for children to spend an evening. The garden also has a musical fountain. The watchtowers here offer a bird’s eye view of the city. 

Timings: 9:30 AM to 5 PM

Entry fee: Free of Charge

HAL Heritage Center and Aerospace Museum


HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited) Aerospace Museum established in 2001 is India’s 1st aerospace museum located at HAL premises, Old Airport Road in Bangalore. The Museum is maintained by HAL.

This Museum is part of the HAL Heritage Centre and Aero Space Museum, which showcases the growth of the Indian aviation industry and HAL (one of Asia’s largest Aerospace companies) for six decades. 

The museum houses displays of various helicopters and aircraft, Aircraft engine models, Flight simulators, a mock Air Traffic Control Tower, and also an exhibit of Indian aviation history. 

There is a fish pond with colorful fishes for small kids and children’s amusement, After hours of an enjoyable experience, visitors can relax in the Cafeteria and also purchase aircraft models, other items from the Souvenir Shop.

An open space natural Dining Hall under the trees is the main attraction for groups making this museum is one of the perfect places to visit in Bangalore with kids.

Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM

Entry fee: 50/- per head

Government Museum


Located at Kasturba Gandhi road, this prime location was established early in 1865on 18th August, this museum is a storehouse of rich historical and cultural significance.

The government museum has 2 floors of an exhibition which are divided into 18 galleries. And these galleries cover modules that span sculpture, geology, numismatics, natural history, music, and art, so if you want to educate your children about the ancient of our country then must visit this place along with your kids.

Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM (Tuesday to Sunday)

Entry fee: ₹10/- per head(Adult) and ₹5/- per head (Child)

Vishvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum.


Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, Bangalore (VITM) was established in memory of Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvaraya.

The main attraction of this museum is the life-size model of the Wright Brothers’ flyer and Steam locomotive and an animated dinosaur.

There are also some interesting shows are held at regular intervals like Taramandal, Science on a sphere, Science show, and 3d film show.

The museum has a special gallery called Science for Children that has exhibits, which engage children in fun science activities and the gallery has a giant piano and a pin-wall.

Another virtual game area allows children to play music using virtual instruments at VITM. Being locals of Bangalore this museum is among places to visit in Bangalore with kids.

Timings: 9:30 AM to 6 PM

Entry fee: ₹20/- per head

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23 thoughts on “Top Best 9 Places to visit in Bangalore with kids.”

  1. Woww……!!!!! This is awsome……creating thought of travelling with my baby,making us feel how beautiful these places are to visit….Great thanks TSK Diaries…..

  2. This is really a informative blog, after this discription abt the places which u have discribed in such a beautiful way feels like to visit. I don’t like travelling but after reading this blog I ll surely travel places mentioned here once the lockdown is completed….

  3. Thank u so much for the blogs. the way u explain and brief about the places feels to visit and enjoy the nature, and Its a request please u post daily one blog so that I can get more knowledge about places and after that I can visit

  4. Nice 👍👍👍👍..

  5. Ma Shaa Allah, very beautifully described . The person who is new to Bangalore can easily have a view of Bangalore…..
    Well done dear🥰😘

  6. Tysm for info, will definitely take my siblings to these places.visiting snow city will be a great stress buster post covid.

  7. Wooow, it’s great and awesome information in such days we’re going through, very well and neatly explained, each and every place is amazing, I would really love to visit.. Thank you so much yr😍❤

  8. Wao so nice,inshaa allah one day I will came india then we visit these beautiful places together.thanks 4 detail info

  9. Mariyam Siddiqa

    Great blog 👌 thank you for these beautiful info and pictures, I would surely like to visit wonderla again and other places too. Looking forward to see more posts from you ☺️👍

  10. One of the useful site I have ever visited which describes every tiny details of the places. Way more to go my gal!!
    Lots of love ❤️

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  12. Mohammed Kaleemullah

    Really good research it’s amazing places in banglore..it is very help full to us visiting this places thank u thank you so much…tskdiaries..

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