INNOVATIVE FILM CITY
Innovative film City is located on the Bangalore-Mysore Highway, around 30 kms. from the centre of the city (1 hour drive from the main city).
Ultimate tourism destination in India, offering world-class entertainment with attractions such as “Ripley’s Believe It Or Not” & Louis Tussads Wax Museums. Explore the extinct species at the amazing Dino Park & Fossil Museum. Enjoy the water fun at the man-made beach & water park. Unlimited games & rides such as Roller Coaster & a double decker Carousel, Mini-golf, Go-karting, etc. with India’s most interactive Haunted Mansion. Lush green surroundings against a beautiful natural lake with ideal shooting locations, Bangalore’s largest Amphitheatre to hold concerts, Cultural activities & much more……
Our website address: www.innovativefilmcity.in
Whitefield (16 Km)
Brindavan, the ashram of saint-philosopher Satya Sai Baba, is located here. It houses an enormous meditation hall, Hospital, Univerisity, living quarters etc.
The Art of Living International Ashram
Ved Vignan Mahavidyapeeth, 21st Km, Kanakpura Road
Bannerghata Biological Park (21 Km)
In addition to the enclosures for different animals and birds, the park also has a Lion Safari Park and a crocodile and snake farm. Timings: 0930 to 1730 hrs. Closed on Tuesdays
the dance village started by Protima Bedi is also located here. Its biggest attraction is Vasantahabba or spring festival celebrated on the first Saturday in February.
Kanva Reservoir (69 Km)
A popular picnic spot.
Muthyala Maduvu or Pearl Valley (44 Km)
A picturesque location with a 91 metre high waterfall and a small Shiva Temple.
Ghati Subramanya (52 Km)
A popular pilgrim center with a temple dedicated to Lord Subramanya.
Nandi Hills (60 Km)
A popular summer resort perched at 1479 mts. with enchanting scenery.
Shivaganga (56 Km)
Famous for the temples of Gangadhara and Honna Devi and also a fresh-water spring called Patala Ganga.
Hessaraghatta (29 Km)
A popular picnic spot with a man-made lake spreading over an area of 1000 acres.
Devarayanadurga (70 Km)
Devarayanadurga situated amidst extensive forests, is a hill station perched at a height of 1188 metres.
Kaivara (79 Km)
Kaivara is a religious centre, known for its temples dedicated to the Pandavas, heroes of the Hindu epic 'Mahabharata'.
Viduraswatha (88 Km)
The place has both religious and historical associations. The large peepal tree here is said to have been planted by Vidura of the epic Mahabharata
Kolar Gold Fields (98 Km)
The deepest working Gold mine in the world is located here. Prior permission is necessary for visiting the mines.
Mekedatu (98 Km)
On the Kanakapura Road, Mekedatu is a quiet place to go for a day's outing. At Sangama, where the rivers Cauvery and Arkavati meet, there is a Sangameswara Temple.