“Dreamland with grand shows”
Kingdom of Dreams is the ultimate entertainment and leisure destination in Gurgaon (NCR). It is India's first live entertainment, theatre and leisure destination, inaugurated on 29 January 2010 and opened to public on 18 September 2010. The complex, spread over nearly six acres, receives around 700,000 visitors annually. The place is like creating smaller India at a confined place. The whole place comprises of many places we are proud off as Indians; like the replicas of Lal Qila of Delhi, Truck from Punjab, Mumbai's train, Chennai's temples, beaches of Goa, huts and boats of Kerala, Rajasthani dances etc.
The destination consists of two theatres, Nautanki Mahal and the Showshaa Theatre, and a cultural and cuisine area known as Culture Gully.
Nautanki Mahal is an auditorium which can accommodates more than 800 audiences. It is designed like a grand palace. Nautanki Mahal in The Kingdom of Dreams showcases an extravagant cinematic and theatrical musical. Indian and international theatrical productions are staged there. The auditorium holds a hydraulic stage, automated fly bars, and a matrix sound system that makes the theater experience real. Nautanki Mahal has the Maharaja Lounge that serves snacks and drinks during the show interval.
Culture Gully is the arts, crafts and food boulevard at the Kingdom of Dreams. It is spread across 100,000 square feet, with theme restaurants and live kitchens from 14 states (Assam, Sikkim, West Bengal, Kerala, Delhi, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu(Chennai), Goa, Maharashtra(Mumbai), Uttar Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Rajasthan and Karnataka) of India, represented with their representative architecture and decor. Culture Gully houses two lounge bars as well – 'The Mehkhana Bar and the Kerela Bar. Apart from the Cuisine one can enjoy the traditional Handicrafts & street performance by artists.
Showshaa Theater is a 350-seater covered amphitheater, complete with a soaring tent. Multiple theatrical performances take place here including productions based on Indian mythology.
This fabulous Kingdom brings to life a blend of India's art, culture, heritage, craft, cuisine and performing art, all with the technological wizardry of today and hence become a center of attraction for all.
Open: 12 noon to 12 midnight (Monday closed)
Entry Fee: Weekdays: 499/- and Weekends: 599/-
Phone No. 91-124-4528000