Lal Bagh Gardens
Founded by the founder of Bangalore Kempe Gowda Haider Ali, the warrior king of Mysore, Lal Bagh Gardens is a famous tourist attraction of Bangalore. Lal Bagh Gardens are aesthetically designed and houses green lawns, flowerbeds, lotus pools, watering system of irrigation and fountains. A visit to the Lal Bagh Gardens is a must during Bangalore Tours.
Lal Bagh Gardens also has a collection of famous Botanical species and is therefore referred as Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens as well. The garden derived its name ‘Lal Bagh’ because of a collection of red roses that remain blooming all through the year in this garden. Have a look at the Lal Bagh Rock, one of the oldest rock formations on earth that dates back to 3000 million years.
Spread over an area of 240 acres, Lal Bagh Gardens won’t fail to enchant flora and fauna lovers. Counted among the most beautiful gardens in India, Lal Bagh Gardens houses a variety of tropical plants, herbs and trees. Come check it out for yourself with a visit at the Lal Bagh Gardens Bangalore. In the garden is also a beautiful glass house that was built in 1840 on the pattern of London’s Crystal Palace.
The gates of Lal Bagh Gardens are open from 6am to 9am and from 6pm to 7pm when the entry is free. School children and disabled can enjoy an absolutely free entry to the garden. Though the flow of visitors to the park is a regular affair, the garden gets a festive look during the Republic Day and on the flower shows that are held here. We, at HotelsBangaloreIndia.com are here to enlighten you with information and booking of tours to Lal Bagh Gardens, Bangalore.
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