Garden of Five Senses Delhi

Location : Mehrauli - Badarpur Road (near Qutub heritage area)

Nearest Metro Station : Saket Metro Station

Timings : 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM (April to September), 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM (October to March)

Entry Fee : Adult:  INR 30, Child (up to 12 years) :   INR 10, Sr. Citizen:  INR 10, Handicapped: Nil

Covering an area of 20 acres, the Garden of Five Senses is one of the best attractions in Delhi. Inaugurated in the month of February in 2003, it is an ideal place for people of ages to relax and rejuvenate. Developed by the Delhi Tourism Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC), it perfect for organizing picnics with loved ones, away from the chaos of the city, amid exotic rocks and greenery. The garden is segregated into a number of areas. The exotic murals and sculptures found in the garden is one of the largest collection of public art in India.

Following are the main attractions at the Garden of Five Senses:-

  • Beautifully-lit fountains
  • Floral shrubs around the Color Gardens
  • Gushing waterfalls Khas Bagh or the spiral-shaped pathway
  • Mughal-style Garden
  • An Amphitheatre with seating of sandstone
  • Food court with terrace-style seating arrangements
  • Plush dining and lounge venues
  • Stone- crafted elephant troop
  • Stylish sculpture made up of stainless steel
  • Shopping area
  • Bell tree with wind chimes
  • Neel Bagh (A pool with lilies)
  • An exhibition space with Specimen Plants on display

This garden is the perfect place to admire the varied wonders of Mother Nature. It also becomes the venue of a number of cultural events such as food festivals, Dandiya nights, fashion show and so on. Garden Tourism Festival held in the month of February is an annual affair.

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