Location: Gurgaon, Haryana
If entertainment is what you are on a lookout for, this is the ultimate destination for you! Kingdom of Dreams, India’s first live entertainment leisure destination, is one place that offers unlimited fun and pleasure. This iconic place was started in the year 2010 at Gurgaon and has grown to become one of the hottest attractions around Delhi. Kingdom of Dreams is a perfect fusion of Indian culture, art & crafts, heritage and cuisines found under a single roof.
The project of Kingdom of Dreams, a joint investment of Apra Group of Companies and Wizcraft International Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., was completed at a cost of Rs. 200 crores with the area spreading across six acres. It is now successfully run by the Great Indian Nautanki Company. Bollywood Superstar Shah Rukh Khan was declared as the global ambassador of this place. Kingdom of Dreams, being a gallery of Indian ethnology, is often referred to as a “miniature of India”.
The palatial structure of Kingdom of Dreams has been beautifully constructed with stupendous designs and architecture. The richness of the cultural fabric has been kept in mind while designing both the interiors as well as the exteriors. The ambience of the place is blooming with colours, lights and mirrors. Inside the palace, you will find two theaters, Nautanki Mahal and Showshaa Theater, a cultural boulevard called the “Cultural Gully” and a Bollywood themed restro-bar, IIFA Buzz Lounge.
Zangoora and Jhumroo, two of the Bollywood musicals exclusively staged at the Nautanki Mahal, are the most popular shows running at the Kingdom of Dreams. Don’t miss a chance to gratify your taste bud with regional cuisines at a number of state-themed restaurants at the food court. With so much to witness and experience, this place is an ideal location to spend a day on. The magnificent aura and chimerical structure of this place will mesmerise your senses and take you to the world of fantasies!
Kingdom of Dreams: Show Timings, Entry Fee, Address & Closing Days
Kingdom of Dreams Timings:
Weekdays: (Tues-Friday) 12.30 pm – 12 am; Monday closed
Weekends: (Sat-Sun) 12 pm -12 am
The show prices are categorised into Value, Economy, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond ranging from Rs. 1,099 to Rs. 2,999 (for weekdays) and Rs. 1,199 to Rs. 3,999 (for weekends).
|Address||Great Indian Nautanki Pvt. Ltd. Auditorium Complex, Sector 29, Gurgaon, Haryana – 122001|
|Entry Fees with Packages||2,999 Rs. Rs. per person (Diamond) on weekdays
3,999 Rs. per person (Diamond) on weekends
2,499 Rs. per person (Platinum) on weekdays
2,999 Rs. per person (Platinum) on weekends
1,999 Rs. per person (Gold) on weekdays
2,499 Rs. per person (Gold) on weekends
1,499 Rs. per person (Silver) on weekdays
1,999 Rs. per person (Silver) on weekends
1,199 Rs. per person (Value) on weekdays
1,299 Rs. per person (Value) on weekends
1,099 Rs. per person (Economy) on weekdays
1,199 Rs. per person (Economy) on weekends
1,249 Rs. per person (Bronze) on weekdays
1,499 Rs. per person (Bronze) on weekends Children with a height of less than 4 ft need not pay the entrance fees.
|Jhumroo Show Timings||Tue, Thu & Sat – 7:00 PM
Wed & Fri – 2.30 PM
Sun – 1.30 PM
|Zangoora Show Timings||Tue, Thu & Sat- 2:30 PM
Wed & Fri – 7.00 PM
Sun – 6.00 PM
|Wizwits Show Timings||Sat – 6.00 PM
Sun – 2.00 PM
|Culture Gully Show Entry Fee||Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri : 599 Rs.
Sat & Sun : 699 Rs.
Free entrance for Children below 4ft in height
|Timings||12:30 PM – 12:00 AM (Weekdays)
12:00 PM – 12:00 AM (Weekends)
|Days When Closed||Monday|
|Phone No (Official)||+91 124 – 4528000|
|Photography allowed or not||Only permitted outside the Palace.|
|Nearest metro station||Iffco Chowk Metro Station|
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