Displaying Persian-style architecture, Mughal Garden was built by the Mughals and displays water features and open, rectangular spaces. Running water plays an important part in the park's design, shown in pools, fountains, and canals. A variety of trees and flowers bloom along stone walkways, but guards do not usually let people sit and loiter. The park is not always open to the public, so check the schedule before your visit. Also, try arriving early to avoid long lines at the entrance. Plan your Mughal Garden visit and explore what else you can see and do in New Delhi using our New Delhi trip itinerary planning tool .
Mughal Garden Reviews
You will keep on admiring this place as you will walk past very well maintained lawns and blooming flowers of different varieties. The best time to visit is months of February and March. One of the be... more »
Nulla di incantevole o stupefacente, di sicuro una bella oasi di pace dal caos della città ! Giardini cariati a puliti . more »Nothing enchanting or amazing, certainly a beautiful oase of peace from the chaos of the city ! Decayed gardens to clean.
Highly recommended. But yes wear good shoes, you'll have to walk a lot. The best time to visit is around Feb and March. Go in the morning so that you can enjoy for the whole day. The scenic beauty of the place is great, it'll definitely be a treat for your eyes to see the place. As this place is inside the President's House, this place ought to be beautiful and indeed, it is. Take water with you. You'll not find anything to eat. So have a heavy breakfast.
Its one of the few gardens in India that exceed your expectations in the ways its maintained & organized especially considering its free ! Its a beautiful spectacle for both nature lovers or ones who appreciate the beauty of flowers. The diversity of flowers you get to see here is a sight to behold. I highly recommend coming here at-least once. In case you are planning a visit please consider following points. 1) try availing local transport since parking will need to be done on the road & quite limited. 2) Google maps by default may guide you to the wrong gate. You will need to enter via gate 32. 3) don't carry any eatables / drinks these will be disposed. Free drinking water is available inside. Ice cream vendors will also be available towards post the exit. 4) Carrying a camera is chargeable - but carrying a mobile is allowed. 5) Don't forget to carry your ID while visiting the venue. 6) Its open ONLY in Feb & March every year so plan accordingly.
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