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10 AM - 4 PM
Sightseeing & Picnic
Free entry

Mughal Garden

Mughal Garden Delhi opens for the visitors is the month of February, and the day of its opening is celebrated as 'Udyanotsav'. Lakhs of people visit the garden every year. The style of Mughal Garden takes inspiration from the beautiful gardens and parks of Jammu and Kashmir. Mughal Garden New Delhi Delhi is separated into six garden, and each garden carries its own uniqueness. It consists of Rectangular Garden, Long Garden, Circular Garden, Herbal Garden, Spiritual Garden and Musical Garden. Mughal Garden is easy to reach via roads. Central Secretariat is the closest metro station to Mughal Garden New Delhi Delhi. You cannot capture Mughal Garden photos, so cameras are not allowed on the premises. Other items like water bottles and handbags are also restricted. The entry is free, and bookings for visiting the Mughal session can be made online. Many facilities like washrooms, medical aid and rest rooms are also available here.
Every year mughal garden is opened for visitors for 1 month. This year, you can visit mughal garden from 5th february till 8th march 2020.Mughal garden is located at North Avenue, Gate No. 35, Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi, Delhi – 110004Entry to mughal garden is free. But you need to hurry and visit it before the visit period gets are only allowed to carry Mobile phone and wallet inside the garden. Make sure you remember all these things before you visit mughal garden, because the security inside is tight. The are two check post you have to pass before you can get inside the garden.Inside the garden there are various types of colorful flowers you will see. From Tulip to marigold all kinds of flowers are available.I went on 14th of february, on a windy afternoon. I think it's the best time for everyone to visit because the flowers bloom really bright and beautiful at that time. you can capture some amazing photos with your phone as well.Timing- Tuesday 9am-4pmwednesday 9am-4pmThursday 9am-4pmFriday 9am-4pmSaturday 9am-4pmSunday 9am-4pmMonday Closed
Sangeet Rao
If you have got little more time. Do visit this beautiful garden"Mughal garden" its mostly opens in march.
2. Mughal Gardens, Rashtrapati Bhavan: These are the most elusive of Delhi's gardens, opened to the public only for just about a month around Feb-Mar every year. Adorning the Presidential Grounds, the Mughal Gardens boast of a wide variety of flowers, herbs and trees. They are a sight to behold and a must visit. But try to avoid the weekends and the end of the public viewing period as they can get really crowded.
Tanvi Nadkarni
Situated right behind the President's house, is mughal garden, where taking a stroll would take 2-3 hours. Yes, it's that huge. This garden contains all types of Bonsai, ayurvedic plants, herbal plants, Trees, different types of flowers, medicinal plants, herbs, shrubs etc. You name it, you have it! Must visit for those who have immense knowledge of plants and gardening.