· Summer: 25 to 47° C (Very Hot)
· Winter: 1 to 25° C (Chilled)
· Monsoon: July to September
Best time to visit:
February to April and August to November
Opening Time: 06:00 a.m.
Closing Time: 07:00 p.m.
Weekly Holiday: Open 7 days a week
Entry Fees for Indians
Video Camera: N/A
Entry Fees for Foreign Nationals
The unadulterated beauty of 15th and 16th century, Lodhi Garden in New Delhi is a refreshing jogging track for the localities. Introducing tourists to the historical facet of the city, Lodhi Garden enfolds numerous historical monuments namely tombs, mosques and a bridge.
Stretched in over 90 acres, Lodhi Garden houses a grand park adorned with trees, plants and a variety of flowers. Some of the imposing attractions of this garden are the octagonal shaped tombs of Muhammad Shah and Sikandar Lodi, ponds, fountain, square shaped tombs, a jogging trail and Athpula Bridge (eight-pier Bridge).
Intricately embellished lawns act as the best picnic spot of this garden. Habitat to over 7000 trees of different species, exotic birds like babblers, hornbills and kingfishers, this garden is a real treat for nature lovers.
The enchanting garden also made a popular addition known as ‘Bonsai Park,’ which is treated as the best butterfly conservatory.
Buses are the best transport to reach Delhi from nearby cities. The road condition is extremely good. Visitors can take the state owned transport buses to reach the park and visit other attractions in the city.
Delhi Junction Railway Station (located about 12 km.) is the nearest railhead to reach the garden. Tourists can hire an auto-rickshaw or take a bus from the station.
Indira Gandhi International Airport (located about 14 km.) is the nearest airport to reach the garden. The airport serves for both domestic and international flights. Visitors can book a cab from the nearby taxi stand to reach Lodhi Garden.