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Waste to Wonder Park (New Delhi)

Waste to Wonder Park (New Delhi) is the newest place to visit in Delhi being inaugurated in the month of February 2019. But same is really amazing and must visit place. Here you can find replica of all seven wonders of world. All these has been made of scrap cars. Really wonderful experience.
An interesting and intellectual concept of making miniatures of Seven Wonders of the World by industrial waste parts. It is great for children’s education purpose and picnic, both. Prefer to go on a weekday in order to avoid much rush. Evening time will be the best for the lightning view. The park can be completed in about an hour or two, depending on your interest and ticket prices are reasonable. It is an eco-friendly park. It consists of 3 windmills (worth 1 KW), 3 solar trees (worth 5 KW) and rooftop solar panel of 10 KW. Therefore, SDMC has made this theme park self sufficient for running on its renewable energy.

Now Indians are not required to spend money on travelling abroad to see the Seven Wonders of the World because the new ‘Waste to Wonder’ Park had opened recently in Delhi which will now let everyone experience the Seven Wonders of the World in the most amazing way.

?Location:- Near Nizammudin Metro station, Sarai Kale Khan, Delhi 110013.

⏲️ Timing :- 11am to 11pm (Monday Closed).

? Price :- Rs 50 (For adults), Rs 25 (kids between 3 and 12 years of age).

? Entry Free :- Free Entry: Senior citizens (above 65 years) & (Kids below 3 yrs of age).

?️ Parking :- The park has parking facility for those who visit with their own conveyance.

? Online Booking :- Online ticket booking is not available.

The Seven wonders that you will see there are as follows :-

  • USA’s Statue of Liberty
  • Brazil’s Christ the Reedmer
  • Paris’s Eiffel Tower
  • India’s Taj Mahal
  • Rome’s Largest Amphitheatre Colosseum
  • Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa
  • Egypt’s Pyramid of Giza

Replica of USA’s Statue of Liberty ?

The replica has been made of 7-8 tonnes of crap collected from the NCR region. The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World” was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy.

Replica of Paris Eiffel Tower ?

It is 70 feet tall and made up of wrought-iron lattice and many more automobile wastes like trucks, clutch plates, C channels etc. The three floors of the replica were created separately and assembled with the help of a crane.

Replica of Agra’s Taj Mahal ?

This beautiful structure of Taj Mahal has been crafted using 1600 cycle rings, electric pole pipes, old pans, park benches, swings, truck springs, sheets etc. And the domes have been created by using 2 pipes, truck sheets have been used to create intricate design, window, and door frame by using benches.

Replica of World’s Largest Amphitheatre Colosseum from Rome ?️

The largest stone amphitheatre called Colosseum which was developed around 70-72 A.D by the Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian dynasty. Wastes that are used to generate it are electric poles, metal railings, bench, automobile spare parts etc. Car wheels are also used to make arches.

Replica of Leaning Tower of Pisa

It was constructed in 12th century. The replica consists of about 211 arches spread out in eight storeys which have been fabricated from cycle rim, diamond designs in between the arches that are made from metal sheets and pipes to look like a pillar.

Replica of Brazil’s Christ the Redeemer ??

From benches square pipes are used to make the pedestal. To make the lower part of the statue dress electric poles have been placed vertically. Moto bike chains are used to create hair and engine parts for hands.

Replica of Egypt’s Pyramid of Giza

The oldest of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

Around 110 layer structure has been generated by using 10,800 feet scrap angles weighing 10-12 tonnes.

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