Gardens in Delhi
Delhi city has a lot of beautiful Gardens and Parks to its credit. These are gardens representing Delhi’s past, heritage cultures, politics and urban fabrics. Here is a long list of wonderful gardens that the capital city owes.
List of Gardens in Delhi
- Buddha Jayanti Park- Ridge Road, Dhaula Kuan, Delhi
- National Rose Garden- Shanti Path, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
- Mughal Garden- Rashtrapati Bhavan, Gate No - 35, North Avenue, Presidents Estate, Church Road, Delhi
- India Gate Lawns- Rajpath, New Delhi
- Deer Park- Chankyapuri, New Delhi, near the courts side of the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association
- Shalimar Garden- Near the northern ridge behind Delhi University
- Garden of Five Senses- Said-ul-Ajaib, Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, Delhi
- Indraprasha Park- Ring Road, Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi
- Lodhi Gardens- Main Lodi Road Adjacent to India International Centre New Delhi
- Kalindi Kunj- Kalindi Kunj Rd, Abul Fazal in Jasola Vilar, Delhi
- Mahatma Gandhi Park- Main Church road, near by the Old Delhi railways station
- Nehru Park- Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
- Netaji Subhash Park- Netaji Subhash Marg bang opposite Sunheri Mosque
- Talkatora Gardens- Willingdon Crescent Road, Near President’s Estate, New Delhi
- Ajmal Khan Park- Ajmal Khan Rd, Karol Bagh, New Delhi
- Hayat Bakhsh Bagh- Chandni Chowk, Netaji Subhash Road, New Delhi-06
- Idhah- Hauz Khas Enclave
- Kalkaji District Park- Near Okhla Subzi Mandi adjacent to Capt. Gaur Marg
- Ladakh Buddha Vihar- Mahatma Gandhi Marg, New Delhi, India 110001
- NDMC Lake Park- Lake Park, South Extension, New Delhi, Delhi 110023, India
- Roshanara Bagh- Roshnara Road, Subzi Mandi Old, Near Kamala Nagar Tower, Subzi Mandi, Delhi
- Aartha Kunj- Nehru Place, New Delhi. Lying between the Lotus Temple, Kalkaji, Nehru Place and GK
- Delhi Ridge- Timarpur, New Delhi
Rose Garden Delhi or National Rose Garden is completely committed to roses. You will be able to find a large variety of rose plants, including even the unique kind of roses from across the world. The very entry into the garden mesmerizes with fragrance of rose petals that flows in the air. The rose gardens are a major attraction to the domestic and international tourists along with the students of botany. This well maintained colorful garden nurtures all colors of roses from reds, pinks, oranges, whites, yellows and surprisingly the rare black roses also. December to February is an ideal time to visit this garden, since these months see maximum blooms.
Quick FactsLocation - Shanti Path, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Time to Visit - 9 am to 5 pm
Entry Fee - Nil
How to Reach - Can be reached from Race course metro Station
Shalimar Garden Delhi holds to it a 350 year old history of Mughal emperors. The Sheesh Mahal Palace and its Garden here was built and used as a halt by Shahjahan during his trips to northern states. This place still holds Mughal structures which were reworked by Tourism Ministry to preserve this heritage place. The place still holds the remnants of an extensive garden. You could still spot some very small wells, flowers and unusual old trees on the orchards of this Mahal.
Quick FactsLocation - Near the northern ridge behind Delhi University
Best Time to Visit -Spring
Entry Fee - Nil
How to Reach - Take a 5 minute walk from Dilshaad Garden Metro Station
Talkatora Garden is amongst Delhi‘s best greens with thick green lawns, flowers and fountains. This splendid Garden was once the battle field of Mughals and Marathas. The beauty of this garden is unmatchable during springs, when the flowers are fully blossomed and the lawns are greener. The indoor stadiums of the garden are used as a venue for many events and shows. The Gardens get its name from the words Tal and Katora. (Tal means tank and katora is a bowl) There used to be a huge walled water tank here, which is a swimming pool now.
Quick FactsLocation - Willingdon Crescent Road, Near President’s Estate, New Delhi
Entry Fee - Nil
How to Reach - Can be reached walking from Rajiv Chowk Metro Station.
Time to Visit - Open on all days from 3.00 p.m.- 6.00 p.m.