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Eco Park - 3 KM

Eco Park, Rajarhat is a 480-acre park that showcases the rich natural and cultural heritage of West Bengal. The park has come to be known as Prakriti Tirtha (Nature pilgrimage), an apt description of the conjunction of various ecological zones. It is currently Kolkata’s most popular attraction, picnic spot, and recreational area.

Mother's Wax Museum - 6 KM

Built on the lines of London’s Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Kolkata’s Mother’s Wax Museum opened its door to the public in November 2014. The first wax museum to be inaugurated in India, the Mother’s Wax Museum is definitely worth visiting. As of now, the museum houses 19 life-size statues of famous personalities from various backgrounds like films, science, sports, and music.

Dakshineswar Kali Temple - 13 KM

Located on the banks of the Hooghly River, the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple is one of the most popular places of worship not only in Kolkata but all across eastern India. The temple was founded by Rani Rashmoni in 1855, a philanthropist and an ardent devotee of goddess Kali. The presiding deity of the temple is Bhavatarini, an aspect of goddess Kali. The 19th-century mystic sage and reformer Ramakrishna Paramhansa and his wife Sarada Devi were associated with this temple for a major part of their lives.

Esplanade - 14 KM

Esplanade is the heart of Kolkata. It consists of the region just north of the Maidan and includes Dalhousie Square with all its colonial British buildings, Surrounded with Old Corporate House, Market, Shopping Mall, Multiplex, Restaurants, etc. The district takes a visitor back to the Raj-era with nostalgic overtones. Many of the city's important buildings are located here. It is the central business district of the city.

Millennium Park - 17 KM

Millennium Park, situated along the Strand Road on the eastern shore of Hooghly River for a stretch of 2.5 km near Fairlie Ghat and opposite to Railway Club. The park consists of landscaped gardens and children's amusement rides. It was opened along the riverside to provide a green area for Kolkata's polluted waterway. It is a millennium gift from Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) inaugurated on 26 Dec 1999. The park is part of the first phases of the Kolkata Riverside Beautification Project. The park is open from 11 am-8 pm.

Victoria Memorial - 20 KM

Victoria Memorial is located in the heart of Kolkata, in West Bengal. This white marbled opulent structure was built in memory of Queen Victoria to celebrate her 25 years of rule over India and is almost a replica of the Victoria Memorial in London. The memorial is surrounded by a lush green and well-maintained garden, which spreads over 64 acres and has numerous statues and sculptures in it. A sixteen-foot tall bronze statue of victory, mounted on ball bearings at the top of the memorial, serves to heighten the overall appeal and grandeur of the entire complex. Victoria Memorial is breathtaking and marvelous, especially at night, when it is illuminated. The Sound and Light shows that take place in the evening are an added delight and a must-watch.