12 famous park of delhi- India
12 famous park of delhi- India

The capital city of Delhi is an amalgamation of IT Parks, high rise buildings, markets, malls and a plethora of pubs and restaurants. However, there are some serene niches in the city, where you can go to get some peace of mind and unwind. We’re talking about the numerous, green and peaceful parks that the city has.

We have put together for you, a list of the most beautiful and famous parks in Delhi that you could visit to relax, and get away from the usual hustle and bustle of the city.

Parks in Delhi For Picnic

1. Lodhi Gardens

Lodhi Gardens

Lodhi Gardens (source)

Sprawling over 90 acres, Lodhi Gardens is a heritage site, located near Khan Market, New Delhi. The garden has some historical monuments such as the tombs of Mohammed Shash, and Sikander Lodi.

It is a delightful place for a morning walk or a picnic on a Saturday morning.

  • Location: Khan Market, New Delhi

2. Central Park Rajiv Chowk

Central Park, Rajiv Chowk

Central Park, Rajiv Chowk (source)

Central Park is located at Rajiv Chowk metro station, Connaught Place.  This is a beautiful, lush green park with a smattering of water bodies here and there, and a few fountains.

It is popular with both tourists and locals.

  • Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi

3. Garden of Five Senses

Garden of Five Senses

Garden of Five Senses (source)

This is one of the best parks in Delhi. The lush greenery at this park sprawls over 20 acres and is located in Saidul Ajaib Village opposite Saket, New Delhi. This is not just a park, it is a space with a variety of activities, inviting public interaction and exploration.

The garden itself is divided into distinct areas. On one side of the spiral walkway is the Khas Bagh, a formal garden. Slow-moving water cascades in channels along its length, while flowering and fragrant shrubs and trees line its paths. The central axis leads to a series of fountains.

Secluded, away from the heart of the garden, on the other side of the walkway is the food and shopping court.

  • Location: Saket Metro Station, New Delhi

4. Deer Park

 Deer Park, Delhi

Deer Park, Delhi (source)

Located in South Delhi, this Park is a popular spot for walkers and runners, and is also a good chillout spot on the weekends.

It also has a duck park, rabbit enclosures and some historical tombs. An ideal place for a picnic, you will see a lot of tourists and locals lounging around this peaceful place on weekends.

It’s open to the public every day from 5 am to 8 pm.

  • Location: South Delhi

5. Jahanpanah City Forest

 Jahanpanah City Forest

Jahanpanah City Forest (source)

This is a popular park in Delhi spread over about 800 acres of land. The atmosphere is very peaceful, with a thick covering of trees and the sounds of the birds.

You will find a lot of runners, walkers, and people doing yoga. Since, it is such a massive place, it is easy to get lost here.

  • Location: Greater Kailash, New Delhi

6. India Gate Lawns

India Gate Lawns

India Gate Lawns (source)

India Gate is a famous landmark in Delhi. This gardens are a popular chillout spot for the locals in Delhi. You will also find a lot of people walking around this beautiful spot at night, deep in conversation.

You also get frozen yoghurt and other snacks in the eateries around this place.

  • Location: Rajpath Marg, India Gate, New Delhi

7. Buddha Jayanti Park

 Buddha Jayanti Park

Buddha Jayanti Park (source)

Approachable from the Ridge Road, Shankar Road or Sardar Patel Marg. Buddha Jayanti Park is situated at the Delhi Ridge

This statue is installed on an island in the waterway system and placed on a square platform surrounded by a circular stone fence. This statue symbolizes the gratitude of the Tibetan people.

In the beautiful, green surroundings, this park is a perfect getaway from the busy city for some peace of mind.

  • Location: Delhi Ridge

8. Indraprastha Park

Indraprastha Park

Indraprastha Park (source)

Also known as the Millennium Indraprastha Park, this is located on the Outer Ring Road. The park consists of a Children’s’ Park and amphitheatre, a food court and also a World Peace Stupa. This park was completely made from a landfill site.

  • Location: Outer Ring Road, Delhi

9. Talkatora Gardens

Talkatora Gardens

Talkatora Gardens (source)

Located in Willingdon Crescent, New Delhi, Talkatora Gardens is a renovated version of a garden, recreated from its remains from the Mughal era.

This park attracts a lot of tourists and locals, and is a great spot to spend quality time with friends or family.

  • Location: Willingdon Crescent, New Delhi

10. Swarn Jayanti Park

Swarn Jayanti Park

Swarn Jayanti Park (source)

Located at Manoj Vihar, Indirapuram, Swarn Jayanti Park is a famous park in Delhi NCR. Spread over about 250 acres, this beautiful, green park consists of five lakes as well, where you can go on boat rides.

There are also some eateries at this park. It is apt for a nice walk in the morning or evening time, or to just unwind and relax.

  • Location: Indirapuram, Ghaziabad

11. Mughal Garden

Mughal Garden

Mughal Garden (source)

This is another beautiful, historic garden from the Mughal era, with its structures built in a persian style of architecture.

The garden is a wonderful sight with splashes of colourful flowers here and there, lush green trees and fountains.

Make sure you visit this park for a peaceful time, in the beautiful surroundings. It is open to the public only in February and March.

  • Location: Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi

12. Nehru Park

Nehru Park

Nehru Park (source)

Located in Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi, this park is spread over 85 acres of land.

This is a famous landmark in Delhi, and is a great place to hangout during a sunny, winter afternoon.

  • Location: Chanakyapuri Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi

Head over to these parks for a good change from the pubs, restaurants and malls in the city. If you have any thoughts, comments or additions to make to our list, do drop in a note in the comments section!

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