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Brindavan Gardens in Mysore

·  Summer: (22°C-39°C) Hot weather.
·  Winter: (13°C-31°C) Cool weather.
·  Monsoon: June-September. Moderate to heavy rainfall.

Best time to visit:  September-March

Opening Time: 06:30 a.m.
Closing Time: 09:00 p.m. Music Fountain Show and Illumination 06:30 p.m. to 07:30 p.m. (weekdays) and 06:30 p.m. t
Weekly Holiday: Open 7 days a week.

Entry Fees for Indians Adults:  INR 15
Children:  INR 5
Cameras:  N/A
Video Camera:  N/A
Entry Fees for Foreign Nationals Adults:  INR 15
Children:  INR 5
Cameras:  N/A
Video Camera:  N/A
An ornamental garden adjoining the Krishna Raja Sagara Dam in Mysore, Brindavan Gardens compulsorily attracts every visitor to the city. Designed in a terraced layout, the garden draws inspiration from the world-famous Shalimar Gardens of Kashmir. The main attractions of the garden are the musical fountains and lightings in the evening that are exceedingly eye-pleasing and engrossing.

Foliage plants, flowering plants, gazebos and an adjoining fruit orchard are other prime highlights. One can also enjoy boating at a lake inside the gardens. It is a great idea to enjoy the postcard views of the whole garden from the southernmost end. Walking across the garden is one amazing experience especially for the first-time visitors.  
Video shooting is strictly prohibited. Don’t litter the gardens with waste and leftover food.

Road: Located about 20 km. from Mysore city centre, the gardens are accessible by buses, taxis and auto-rickshaws. Make sure you spare enough time to explore the park fully on foot.

Railway: The closest railhead is Mysore Junction which is only about 20 km. away. Trains to and from the railway station connect the city with Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata and others.

Airway: Mysore Airport (about 30 km. away) is the nearest domestic airport with limited connectivity to Bangalore. Bangalore International Airport is located about 185 km. away.