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Cubbon Park dons many hats: a green lung in the heart of the city that also hosts a library, museums, a tennis academy, an aquarium, a toy train and many statues and pavilions. It’s probably one of the only parks to have a busy road cutting through...more
Good place to relax on any point of day. It is full of green with more than thousand varieties of plants and trees. Good for all ages. As I am a working professional, I prefer visiting this place during weekend mornings with my kid. You...More
Very large garden with facilities like walking library recreation club fish restaurant etc. This was named after Lord Cubbon who was deputed to Bangalore for building facilities for Britishers when they arrive.
One place in Bangalore where you can see a lot of trees ..it has a big kids park n even teenagers can have fun ....it has places where you get soft drinks n snacks ..lot of places to picnic with friends n play games.... close...More
Beautifully created in the middle of the city.vast stretch of Greenery.Good place to visit with kids.The kids and adults alike will love the toy train at the Balbhavan .The canteen there also serves some decent food.Also cotton candy, popcorn are the all time favourite.You can...More
In the heart of the city’s business hub is Bangalore’s most favourite garden. Cubbon Park is a beautifully maintained 120-hectare garden where all the local residents of the city take a break. A landmark ‘lung’ area of Bengaluru, the gardens are dotted with a lot of colonial heritage and charm, which are today a part of the state capital’s political centre. Home to the
red-painted Gothic style State Central Library, the magnificent Vidhan Souda built in Mysore Neo-Dravidian architectural style, the neoclassical Attara Kacheri built in 1864 and housing the High Court, oldest museums and GPO in its vicinity, a trip to Cubbon Park is a great heritage walk. Sundays at the park are quite a treat with a plethora of activities to choose from - concerts, fun runs, yoga, tiny farmers market, the list is endless.
Yes but if you are thinking of cricket or football , the answer is not a NO but it will not be enjoyable as there are no open spaces of that size and exclusivity. There are walkers all over and you hardly get going.