12 Fun & Educative Places in Bengaluru

You little ones will love going to each and every one of them!

 

Bangalore is a fusion of people from different cultures. And a perfect reflection of that diversity is the variety in the list of places to visit here. From Art to Architecture and Chocolates to Musical Fountains, here is a list of places that should definitely be on your agenda with the little one in tow!

Chiguru Farm:

 

A beautiful 25-acre active farm located close to Bannerghatta National Park, Chiguru Farm is open to anyone seeking a true nature experience. You can go for a day-long trip which includes a nature walk and later an informational session on fruits. After lunch, you can play traditional games like Chouka Bara, Pagade, Gili-Danda etc. This give kids an opportunity to learn Indian games as well. They even have a farm stay, mango trek and bird watching. If you haven’t already, add this to your list NOW!

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Big Barn Farm:

 

 

This is the ideal for a full farm experience. Kids can feed cows, ducks and hen and pet rabbits and sheep. The highlight is a ride in the cart! Big Barn Farm also caters to kid picnics and birthday parties. The place has a play area and a sheltered area where kids can draw or paint. So, what are you waiting for?

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Jus Trufs:

 


Anyone who has ever watched Charlie And The Chocolate Factory has dreamt about being in one. That is almost how you will feel at Jus Trufs. Go there for the ultimate chocolate experience and tour. Learn the art of tempering chocolate, make your own chocolate truffles and enjoy them on the go! Observe and also taste a variety of their chocolate creations. This one family outing that everyone will enjoy. Is your mouth watering already?
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Lal Bagh:

 


This Is a well known botanical garden in Bangalore and houses a variety of plants and animals. Lalbagh also has a glass house, a lake and an aquarium adding to its beauty. This is such a nice place to take the kids for a picnic, or even just a walk. A must visit are the two annual flower shows that happen inside the glass house. For a pleasant day out or lessons in nature, Lalbagh is a must-visit!
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Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium:

 

 


There is something mesmerizing about star gazing, watching the endless horizon and those countless objects twinkling in the night sky. Unfortunately, with the city's pollution and smog it's impossible to see a clear night sky. A visit to the local planetarium can be exciting as well as educative for the entire family. The planetarium conducts shows daily in English and Kannada. Do check ahead for the timings and topics that will be screened.
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Bannerghatta National Park:

 


A customary visit to the zoo should be on every family’s holiday list. So, if you haven't already, head to the Bannerghatta National Park. It is home to many rescued animals, birds and reptiles. Try the safari for an up close experience with the wild animals. Don't forget to visit the butterfly park. Watch your kids learn about various species of animals and their habitat while having a lot of fun!
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Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain:

 

 

A visit to the dance and music fountain should be a good addition to an evening out with the kids. Relax and unwind while listening to serene music and enjoy the movement of the fountains according to the beat and tempo. The fountains are controlled by one of the most advanced multimedia technologies in India.

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Vidhana Soudha:

 


One of the most famous landmarks in Bangalore is the Vidhana Soudha. This magnificent white building is spread over 60 acres of land. It also happens to be the largest legislative building in India. Taking the kids to see the  Vidhana Soudha is a good example of showing them a blend of British, Dravidian and Indo-Islamic architecture. An introduction to politics too!
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Kavade Attic:

 


Want a gadget-free day and introduce the kids to traditional board games? Then Kavade Attic is the place to be. Bond over some traditional board games - take a pick from Chowkabara or Alu guli Mane and relive your childhood! The store has a old world charm to it and creates a nostalgic feeling. Kids are sure to enjoy the unique experience.
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Discovery Village Resort:

 


Taking a break from the humdrum of life can prove satisfying and refreshing. A quick getaway to Discover Village can be a great idea for family bonding. The resort offers many activities like walking a rope with an obstacle course, zorbing, pottery etc.
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Wonderla:

 


The best way to beat the heat is to head to Wonderla, Bangalore's fun water park with over 60 rides to choose from. Get your adrenaline pumping or just relax at the lazy wave pool. There is something for the entire family.
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Rangoli Metro Art Center:

 


Situated at the M.G road Metro station, Rangoli Metro Art Centre showcases works of various artists and craftsperson. Apart from art, children between the ages of 3 and 8 can learn mathematics at the Belaku Gallery set up by Brain Star Innovations. The kid’s area called "Chilipili" has giant snakes and ladders painted on the ground. The Rangasthala is a fully air conditioned hall where many kids plays are organised.
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Have I  motivated you to plan several of your upcoming weekends? Have you already been to any of these already? How was your experience? Did I miss some place? Let me know in comments.

Happy exploring!

 

Also read: Fun & Quirky Kid Friendly Cafes in Bengaluru!

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