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Garden of Five Senses, New Delhi

Garden of Five Senses, New Delhi

Summer: March-June (25°C - 47°C)

Winter: December-February (1°C - 25°C)

Monsoon: July-September


Best time to visit:  July-February

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Entry Fees for Indians Adults:  20
Children:  10
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Entry Fees for Foreign Nationals Adults:  20
Children:  10
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Aptly designed to offer sensory delight, the Garden of Five Senses is full of sculptural landscapes, colourful flowers and exotic flora, entertainment venues and many other attractions. Stainless steel sculptures of birds and stone sculptures of elephants, along with the beautifully carved statues of praying children instantly grab attention. Flowers and fragrances attract the visitors to Khas Bagh while Neel Bagh astounds with lily ponds and ornamental climbers.
 
Colour Garden boasts of all sorts of colour contrasts and compositions and one can find exotic bamboo species at the Court of Specimen. Modern art sculptures, murals, ceramic chimes and arrays of cascades and fountains emerge from every corner and add to the garden’s magnificence. An open amphitheatre with sandstone seats and an open art exhibition area complete the picture. The garden hosts regular food festivals, tourism festivals and cultural programmes that are worth attending.
 
Inaugurated in 2003, the garden also houses food court offering some good menus and a shopping area as well. Solar Energy Park is another interesting section boasting of exhibits like solar powered bicycles, buses, cars and houses. A great place to rejuvenate your senses and feel blessed!

Connectivites

Road: The garden is located close to the Qutub Complex at Said-Ul-Azaib Village and is accessible by Mehrauli-Badarpur Road. Taxis, auto-rickshaws and cycle-rickshaws are available as convenient road transport modes.

Railway: Railway Stations at Okhla, Hazrat Nizammuddin and New Delhi are respectively about 12, 15 and 17 km. away from the park. The closest metro station is at Saket (less than 2 km.). Auto-rickshaws and cycle-rickshaws connect these points with the park.

Airway: The international airport of Delhi is about 16 km. from this location. Hire a taxi or an auto-rickshaw to conveniently access the garden.

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