Kingdom Of Dreams

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Distance (From Gurgaon Bus Stand): 4.5 Kms

Trip Duration (Including Travel): 2-3 Hours

Transportation Options: Cab / Auto

Travel Tips: None

At a distance of 4.5 km from Gurgaon Bus Stand, Kingdom of Dreams is India's first live entertainment, theatre and leisure destination with offerings of Musicals, Dramas, Mythological Shows, Street Dances, Mock Indian Weddings and much more.

This iconic place was started in the year 2010 and is a perfect fusion of Indian culture, art & crafts, heritage and cuisines found under a single roof. Spread over 6 acres and built at a cost of over Rs. 2 billion, Kingdom of Dreams is run by the Great Indian Nautanki Company (GINC), a joint venture between Apra Group and Wizcraft. Bollywood Superstar Shah Rukh Khan is the global ambassador of this place.

Kingdom of Dreams consists of Nautanki Mahal, Showshaa Theatre, and a cultural and cuisine area known as Culture Gully. Nautanki Mahal is the main attraction of this place and is designed like a grand palace. It is an 835-seat auditorium within the complex and it is the venue where Bollywood kind of music, shows and theatre are organized. Automated fly bars, hydraulic stage and matrix sound system gives wonderful experience to visitors. Maharaja Lounge at Nautanki Mahal has special arrangement for the visitors. Snacks and drinks are offered during the breaks. Live shows and performances are held in this auditorium every night (except Monday) from 8:30 PM to 10:45 PM.

Showshaa Theatre is a 350-seater amphitheater, complete with a soaring tent. It showcases mythological stories like Ram Lila and Krishna Lila which are well accompanied by technological advancements. The theatre also has an Indian Wedding Show, where tourists can dress as bridal couples and get their pictures clicked or video made. Talent hunts are also organized here.

The Culture Gully tries to immerse the visitors into the Indian culture with pavilions from over 14 states. It is a heaven for shoppers looking for traditional artifacts and arts at genuine prices. The visitors can also watch street performers from all over the country and try different cuisines.

Entry Fee:
Rs.2999 per person (Diamond) on weekdays and Rs.3999 per person (Diamond) on weekends
Rs.2499 per person (Platinum) on weekdays and Rs.2999 per person (Platinum) on weekends
Rs.1999 per person (Gold) on weekdays and Rs.2499 per person (Gold) on weekends
Rs.1499 per person (Silver) on weekdays and Rs.1999 per person (Silver) on weekends
Rs.1199 per person (Value) on weekdays and Rs.1299 per person (Value) on weekends
Rs.1099 per person (Economy) on weekdays and Rs.1199 per person (Economy) on weekends
Rs.1249 per person (Bronze) on weekdays (Tue-Fri) and Rs.1499 per person (Bronze) on weekends
Rs.600 per person (culture gully) on weekdays and Rs. 700 per person (culture gully) on weekends
Free entry for children with a height of less than 4 feet

Timings: 12.30 PM to 12 AM on all days. Closed on Mondays.