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Dilkusha Kothi Palace

4 km from Hazrat Gunj, Lucknow, India
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“hunting lodge” (5 reviews)
“lawns” (4 reviews)
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4 km from Hazrat Gunj, Lucknow, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Kothi and its adjoining magnificent garden were created by Nawab Saadat Ali Khan. It is almost an exact replica of an English country house called Seaton Delavel in Northumberland, England, built in 1721. It was initially intended as a hunting lodge for the nawabs...More

Thank ashok_shrikhande
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is a great place to visit provided you keep in mind that you need to be secure especially because the place is visited by few people and have a deserted look.

Thank PD1059
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Part of the residency complex, the magnificent building now in ruins among lovely landscaped gardens is an integral part of the history of Lucknow.Part of the residecny complex , the review of that will cover this as well

1  Thank neeleshkulkarni
Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

We had heard about a beautiful well maintained garden called dilkusha gardens but what we saw were remnants of a classic architecture called Dilkusha kothi - a really enormous hunting lodge of yesteryears, now in ruins. Surrounded by a carpet of green n some well...More

1  Thank pinaki50
Reviewed 23 October 2016

The ruins tell the story of the architecture of Lucknow. Place is absolute ruins but whatever remains is nicely maintained.

Thank AnuradhaGoyal
Reviewed 10 August 2016

Part of the Lucknow residency . It is with in the city and well communicate. It occupies a vast area and it's well maintains. One can get to see the ruins of British colonies which were demolished by our National Freedom fighter. It Carries Some...More

Thank SabujSen
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

Its simply a garden.. you can visit lohia park instead .. its better than this.. this place has some historical significance but not worth the expectations.. U ll find only local couples there who want privacy.. not much local people go there..

Thank Ujjwal S
Reviewed 6 July 2016

I have visited this several time and its a nice place to relax, Big gardens with ruins of nawab's monument. Nothing much to see but really good place to relax. Its 4-5KM from hazratganj on Sultanpur road. Its in cantt area.

Thank Utsav_Garg
Reviewed 9 June 2016

The ruins of the building are surrounded by pretty lawns that are perfect for a picnic. The ruin itself is interesting. You can see what an impressive building it must have been before it was turned to rubble.

Thank psd2408
Reviewed 24 March 2016

I visited Dilkusha Kothi and was expecting to be able to wander around inside ruins as is often the case with ruins in India. There is no doubt that the Dilkusha Kothi is in ruins, however, due to barred doors there is no way to...More

2  Thank Chelsea E
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