Gurugram To Get Waste To Wonder Park With 30 Stunning Sculptures Made Of Scrap

by Tania Tarafdar
Gurugram To Get Waste To Wonder Park With 30 Stunning Sculptures Made Of Scrap

After Delhi, Gurugram will soon be getting its own ‘Waste to Wonder’ Park. The theme park at Delhi’s Sarai Kale Khan became a popular destination for tourists and now, a similar park will be opened for visitors in Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Park in Gurugram Sector 14. The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram gave a green signal to the project in August last year and now it is on the verge of completion.

The Park Will Have Batman’s Batmobile And UFO

Artists used Automobile parts, pipes, and other waste materials to construct the sculptures. The park will also have a vehicle theme segment with ship and helicopter sculptures. The park will also wow visitors with a Batman’s Batmobile and a UFO. The park is all set to be the perfect weekend hangout spot with a food court and selfie spots. It will also have walkaways and sitting areas for the visitors.

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The Park Will Have 30 Sculptures Built From Scrap Materials

The authorities have already completed 28 out of 30 sculptures and the remaining two sculptures will be completed within a few days. The smaller sculptures covered an area of just 20 square feet and the giant ones covered 200 square feet of ships. Delhi Has Its Own Taj Mahal Made Of Scrap Materials & It Looks Every Bit Magical.

The rise in COVID-19 cases is causing a delay in the opening of the park. In January this year, the Waste to Wonder Theme Park in Delhi opened for visitors and adhered to all COVID-19 guidelines. Face shields and masks were also given to the staff at the park.