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Lal Bagh Gardens

Lalbagh was given the status of a Government Botanical Garden in 1856, and since then, it has been an internationally renowned centre for scientific study of plants and botanical artwork and also conservation of plants. Formal and informal styles dominate the garden in perfect harmony, which is a testimony to the beauty of nature. The gates of Lal Bagh Gardens are open from 6am to 9am and from 6pm to 7pm when the entry is free. Counted among the most beautiful gardens in India, Lal Bagh Gardens houses a variety of tropical plants, herbs and trees.

The garden derived its name ‘Lal Bagh’ because of a collection of red roses that remain blooming all through the year in this garden. Lal Bagh Gardens are aesthetically designed and houses green lawns, flowerbeds, lotus pools, watering system of irrigation and fountains, Spread over an area of 240 acres.

In the garden is also a beautiful glass house that was built in 1840 on the pattern of London’s Crystal Palace. The main gate is at the North facing towards Subbaiah circle, the West gate is towards Basavanagudi, the South gate is towards Jayanagar and the East gate is towards the Double Road.


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