Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

About Ramoji Film City

It is a place where fantasies put on paper come to life. This extraordinarily large 1666 acre film studio is the biggest of its kind in the world. Movies from regional languages of India to English are shot here along with several commercials. The studio is a tourism place in addition of being a recreational center. There are many tour guide facilities provided here showcasing some of the studio settings. Hawa Mahal, a miniature of the Golconda Fort atop a hill gives you a 3600 view of the whole studio.

Entry Fee
Rs. 700 (general guided tour for adults without food).

Rs. 600 (general guided tour for children (3-12 years) without food).
Rs. 1,699 (Ramoji star experience for adults with food).
Rs. 1,399 (Ramoji star experience for children (3-12 years) with food.
Rs. 620 (studet - school package option 1 including lunch and guided tour. Taxes applicable).
Rs. 750 (teacher - school package option 1 including lunch and guided tour. Taxes applicable).
Rs. 630 (studet - school package option 2 including lunch and guided tour. Taxes applicable).
Rs. 760 (teacher - school package option 2 including lunch and guided tour. Taxes applicable).
Rs. 585 (studet - school package option 3 including lunch and guided tour. Taxes applicable).                                   

Timing
9:30 AM - 5:30 PM (all days)

Visiting Duration
3 - 4 Hours.

Address
Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.

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