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7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
5:00 AM - 8:00 PM, Closed on Mondays and 2nd Tuesdays of every month
Relax, hangout, walk
Free
All year
Families, Friends
12 out of 274 attractions in Bangalore

Cubbon Park

This is a very important landmark of Bangalore and is named after Sir Mark Cubbon, who served as the governor of Mysore for the longest period. Later in the 19th century, this park was named as Raja Chamarajendra Park, after the king of Mysore. The more popular name is still Cubbon Park as it is easier to pronounce. There are over 6000 species of plants here including some very rare ones. The Silver Oak planted here was the first kind of Oak ever introduced here and was brought down from Australia. The Statues of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Edward II are also erected over here. This park is a favorite of morning and evening walkers, nature lovers and children especially.
Patrick Rajput
Rahul Ravi
Visited cubbon park it's quite peaceful and is about 16 km from the city .. really good place to relax and spend some time with nature
Payal Mathur
9. Cubbon ParkThis is another prized jewel for the Garden City. Drop dead in the center of the city, within walking distance of its administrative center is this calm expanse of greenery. This park is 300 acres of local and exotic plants, chirping birds, winding footpaths and a variety of historical landmarks. The perfect space for a breath of fresh air.
Anila Kopparapu
Rahul Paudel
•Second Place that i visited today was "Cubbon Park"(Park in Bengaluru, Karnataka) It’s huge and with multiple entry points. Well connected with metro and city bus routes. It has the famous Bangalore library in middle and multiple exit gates. There’s a route which goes in middle where vehicles are allowed. Parking is mostly available on every entry/exit point of park. You can find large groups conducting yoga sessions, cycling and exercises, also it’s used for most of the marathons.