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35 North Avenue Road | President Estate, New Delhi 110026, India
+91 99690 39148
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Pleasant Smells of different flowers attract you here... Wonderful Beauty..Awesome...Royal Garden...Wide ranges of flowers..This Place has it's own Charm.. Increases the beauty of Presidential Garden And Fountains.. Definitely A Must Visit... Displays it's own Culture and Sense of Beauty..A must place to bring your kids.

Thank ShwetaN131
Reviewed 1 week ago

Yes, it is one of the most prestigious garden in our country. It opens in the month of February every year and attracts thousands of tourists as well as locals.

Thank TheTravelography
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Main colors you see is green because garden is the main element. Capital city of India has a great Mughal Garden in its own definition.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Awesome place to spend even your whole if you are not busy, Usually a lot of couples are in bushes but overall it serves it purpose

Thank Simmurani
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It may be a great show of plants and flowers but cannot match the general flower shows of Holland and Canada. I appreciate the efforts of the horticulture team to maintain the same in Delhi climate, but was disappointed by not seeing anything that was...More

Thank KunalN17
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice place to visit but the place is too big but worth visiting at least once, but after sometimes you will realize that mostly same flowers you will see every where. and you have to walk a lot even to reach this place after parking...More

Thank Nona43
Reviewed 5 September 2018

Each year, the Mughal Gardens of the President's Estate is opened to the public for viewing. Although it was designed by Edward Lutyens, it retains the glory of Mughal era in Delhi.

Thank Suzanna_stephens
Reviewed 31 August 2018

It is located inside Rashtrapati Bhavan only and public can only visit here during February and March.

Thank Sunil K
Reviewed 28 August 2018

Inside Rastrapati Bhavan, Mughal gardens are house of very large variety of flowers. Opens for general Public in month of March.Nice place to visit.

Thank AnkitJain1368
Reviewed 26 August 2018

Well maintained green paradise with thousand shades of flowers would never let you feel that you are part of a crowd. Make sure that the temperature is pleasant on your day of visit so that you can cherish.

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Response from RavindraS394 | Reviewed this property |
No you are not allowed even water bottle
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Response from iamsoConfused | Reviewed this property |
not allowed, only money & phone.
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Response from Jishu0111 | Reviewed this property |
The entrance is crowded during Sat/Sun or Holidays but ample space for Car Parking is available, Parking is Free