Family and Kids in Jodhpur

Looking out for what can you do with kids and family in Jodhpur? Here are the things that you should not miss out on a family vacation with kids, toddlers, or babies. Discover the ultimate places for kids in Jodhpur, be it water parks, theme parks, or playgrounds. Children will have fun, learn new things, get good food and will not get bored in long queues. Keep reading to know about awesome places and activities to enjoy with your kids in Jodhpur.
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Let's explore our list of kid-friendly attractions in Jodhpur for perfect family outings and getaways.

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Meherangarh Fort

    Family and Kids

    The charm of the Indian culture and vigor of the Rajput warriors is collectively reflected in this magnificent fort, one of the best in India. Standing tall and proud on a rocky hill in Jodhpur’s skyline, this fort is still run by the royal family of Jodhpur. A pocket-full-of history, legends and myths, this fort will enchant you in every way. The northeast gate Jaipol is the prime entra...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Clock Tower

    Family and Kids

    The century-old clock tower is an old city landmark surrounded by the vibrant sounds, sights and smells of Sardar Market, which is marked by triple gateways at its north and south ends. The narrow, winding lanes of the old city spread out in all directions from here. Westward, you plunge into the old city’s commercial heart, with crowded alleys and bazaars selling vegetables, spices, swe...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Mandore Garden

    Garden

    This was the former capital of the Rathore clans of the Rajput’s and is an ancient town located near Jodhpur. In the Mandore garden, there are the dewals or cenotaphs of Jodhpur's former rulers. Instead of the usual chhatri-shaped cenotaphs typical of Rajasthan, the cenotaphs of the famous Mandore garden of Jodhpur, Rajasthan are built along the lines of a Hindu temple. They are four sto...Read more
  4. Amazing Jodhpur attraction for kids
    Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park

    Park

    While most of the Thar Desert is rocky, in this corner of Jodhpur lies a natural wonder of sandstone formed on layers of volcanic rock. With the Mehrangarh Fort soaring above, the seventy acres of Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park are a painter's palette of colors - purple and red and auburn. Get a handbook from the Visitor Centre to help you identify all the unique desert plants you'll see - trees, ...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Guda Bishnoi

    Family and Kids

    Get the perfect glimpse of the colorful rural life of Rajasthan by visiting this little village of Guda Bishnoi. Located at a distance of around 25 kilometers, this picturesque town is marked with Khejri trees and deer. The artificial lake completes the ecosystem and supports the vegetation of the village and is a nice picnic spot when in Jodhpur. The Bishnoi community inhabits the village...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Jodhpur
    Sachiya Mata Temple

    Family and Kids

    Sachiya Mata (the Mother of Truth) is the ninth and final avatar of the goddess Durga. This temple, few kilometres out of Jaipur, is said to have been built in the 9th to 10th century C.E. by the Parmar King Upendre. Smaller shrines, dedicated to each of the goddess's avatars, flank the paths leading up to the temple. Most devotees visit the temple after the birth of their children. But the rea...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Raj Ranchhodji Temple

    Family and Kids

    Raj Ranchhodji Temple was constructed by Queen Jadechi Rajkanwar. After the death of her husband, Maharajah Jaswant Singh, she got the temple constructed. Red sandstone, of which the temple is made, has carvings with beautiful filigree work on stone. Made up of black marble, statue of Ranchhodji is located in the interior of the temple. Stained glass windows of green, yellow and blue colou...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Balsamand Lake And Garden

    Garden, Picnic Spot

    The lake is a man-made construct, built in 1159 AD by Balak Rao Parihar to provide water to the city of Mandore. One kilometre long, 15 metres deep, and 50 metres wide, it is a rather convenient picnic spot not far from Jodhpur. The best way to experience it is if you stay at the Lake Palace built on red-sandstone, but it's not mandatory. You still get to take in the lush greenery and the wildl...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    Siddhanath Temple

    Family and Kids

    The Siddhanath Shiv Temple is located just between the Takhat Sagar hill ranges and is close to the beautiful Kaylana Lake. The stairs have been made by cutting up rocks and are the only suitable way to reach the top of the hill to the temple. According to local legends, the site where the temple has been built was absolutely deserted for many a years. A hermit named Veetragi Narain Swami came ...Read more
  10. One of the awesome things children enjoy the most
    Umaid Heritage Art School

    Educational Site

    One doesn't usually visit Jodhpur with the intent of picking up a local art form and learning it. But Rajasthani miniature painting is unique, elegant and fascinating. At this unassuming looking school and gallery, a small art community thrives under the tutelage of master painters Vijay Raj and Gaurav Solanki. They will teach you for free, in oil work and watercolor. Even if you don't sign up ...Read more
  11. The best option for younger visitors
    Sardar Government Museum And Umed Gardens

    Garden

    Covering an area of about 82 acres is a green oasis with lush lawns, towering ashoka trees, roses, seasonal flowers, museum, fountains, library and a zoo. Situated in the public park of Umaid Gardens, on the High Court Road, this museum is named after Maharaja Sardar Singh of Jodhpur. The museum contains an arresting collection of 397 stone sculptures, more than 1900 miniature paintings, weapon...Read more
  12. A place where kids enjoy and have fun
    Jain Mahavira Temple

    Family and Kids

    Pratihara King Vatsa built this temple in 775 AD, devoting it to Lord Mahavira, the 24th Jain Tirthankara. It is a beautiful structure of red sandstone, famous for the carvings depicting scenes out of the life Lord Neminath, the 22nd Jain Tirthankara. Maidenly figures rest on its doors, intricately carved pillars surround the porches. Three balconies let light and wind into the inner sanctum. T...Read more
  13. A place perfect for families with kids
    Achal Nath Shivalay

    Family and Kids

    The Achal Nath Shivalaya is a very famous Shiv Temple located in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Construction of the temple began under the instructions of Nanak Devi, wife of King Rao Ganga and the final structure was completed by May 21, 1531. The temple has a number of halls like the Garbh Griha, Kirtan Bhawan and the Mandap Bhawan and all of these wonderful halls have been carved from Chhitar stone. In...Read more
  14. A favorite place to take the kids in the city
    Pukhraj Durry Udhyog

    Family and Kids

    You have not seen carpets until you've seen a Rajasthani durry, a rug of cotton or silk or camel wool woven on a loom. The style was developed 300 years ago. The carpets, produced by weavers from 48 families in the village, have international renown. Their colors are rich and deep and muted, stained into the carpets from vegetable oils and natural minerals. Buy some, and take them back with you...Read more
  15. It's just one of those places to visit and hang out
    Om Banna Temple

    Family and Kids

    India can surprise you in hilarious ways. Consider what we have here. Inside a glass case, garlanded and placed in a place of respect, is a Royal Enfield Motorcycle. Apparently, back in 1988, a man crashed this bike into a tree and passed away. The bike was taken away by the cops, only to mysteriously reappear at the site of the accident. This happened over and over, and the locals were finally...Read more