A historic landmark in Bangalore, Cubbon Park is a breathtaking destination with magnificent gardens and lawns, exotic trees, walking paths, scenic avenues, and many historic attractions, memorials and monuments. Spanning 300 acres in the heart of the city, the beautiful park is home to over 6,000 trees, plants and flowers, stunning architecture and historic attractions, including the State Archeological Museum and the Karnataka High Court.
See the Dancing Musical Fountains and the famous statue of Queen Victoria. The park is a tranquil destination for walking, jogging and discovering nature.
Hours - Open daily to the public.
Prices - Free
Cubbon Park is home to historic building, memorials, monuments and attractions, including the State Archeological Museum - one of the oldest museums in India, featuring exhibits, antiquities, ancient coins, 5,000 year old stone inscriptions and specimens of Vijaynagar and Halebid architecture. Visit the original Attara Kacheri, built in 1864 A.D during British rule and now the Karnataka High Court, Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall and the Statue of Queen Victoria.
Creatively integrating natural rock outcroppings with abundant flora and fauna, Cubbon Park is a breathtaking green space with formals gardens, thickets of trees, massive bamboos, grassy fields, and flowerbeds with historic monuments. The park is home to around 6,000 plants and trees, including indigenous and exotic botanical species. Lining the avenues, you’ll find exotic and ornamental trees like the silver oaks from Australia and the Spanish mahogany trees.
Distance from attraction 31.16 miles
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