Famous Gardens in Delhi

Delhi savors some very beautiful gardens from the time of Mughals and still preserves them. They are best places of recreation and picnic spots. Some of the famous Parks and Gardens of Delhi are:

Garden of Five Senses Delhi

Garden of Five Senses is a public park where many activities are also held. It was developed by Delhi Tourism Transportation Development Corporation in the year 2003. As its name suggests, Garden of Five Senses in Delhi was set up in a way to stimulate our five senses with its beauty and attractions.

It is located in Said-ul-Ajaib, Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, New Delhi.

Nearest Metro Station: Saket

Opening and Closing time of Garden of Five Senses: April to September (9 am to 7 pm).

In October Month to March (9 am to 6 pm)

Entry Fee: For Adult it is Rs.20, for Children and Senior Citizens it is Rs. 10

Visit to Lodhi Garden Delhi

The famous Lodhi Garden of Delhi is located near the historic Safdarjung Tomb. It is famous for its splendid landscaped lawns, water bodies, fountains and a jogging track. It has an area of 90 acres. It has tombs of Mohammed Shah and Sikander Lodi, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad in its vicinity.

Nearest Metro Station: JLN stadium

Opening and Closing time of Lodhi Garden: It remains open all days from Morning to Evening

Entry Fee: Free

Must to see Mughal Garden of Delhi

The most popular Mughal Gardens of Delhi are situated inside Rashtrapati Bhavan. It is spread in an area of 6 hectares. These gardens have a mixture of Mughal and British designs. It has two canals, multi-level terraces, six lotus shaped fountains and flowering shrubs. There is also a Long Garden (Purdha Garden).

Opening and Closing time of Mughal Gardens of Delhi: The Mughal Gardens opens once in a year for the public in the month of February.

Shalimar Garden Delhi

The Shalimar Garden of Delhi is one of the best garden; which is situated behind Delhi University. This is a sprawling lush green garden and was designed by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Famous Sheesh Mahal once stoof in the middle of this garden and it was also the place where Aurangzeb was crowned as Indian Emperor.

Nearest Metro Station: Vishwavidyalya

Entry Fee: Free

Visit to Buddha Garden Delhi

This Buddha Jayanti Park popularly known as 'Buddha Garden' is situated near Dhaula Kuan. It was built on commemoration of 2500th anniversary of enlightenment of Gautam Buddha. A Budha Jayanti Festivals is also organized here. This park is famous among couples.

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk Metro Station

Entry Fee: Free

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