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Mughal Garden in New Delhi

Summer:25 to 47° C (Very Hot)
Winter: 1 to 25° C (Pleasant)
Monsoon: July to September

Best time to visit:  February to April and August to November

Opening Time: 12:30 p.m.
Closing Time: 04:00 p.m.
Weekly Holiday: Mondays

Entry Fees for Indians Adults:  INR 25
Children:  INR 25
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Entry Fees for Foreign Nationals Adults:  INR 25
Children:  INR 25
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Presenting a fusion of both Mughal and British architecture style, Mughal Gardens is one of the finest attractions of Delhi. Located inside Rashtrapati Bhavan (President’s Residential Palace), this garden is divided into three interesting sections namely Rectangular Garden, Circular Garden and the Long Garden. 
To enhance the beauty of Mughal Garden, there are six lotus shaped fountains with the height of about 12ft. Mesmerizing visitors, Mughal Garden is home to four different gardens viz. Spiritual Garden, Biodiversity Garden, Herbal Garden and Musical Garden. Rich in beauty, Mughal Garden is famous for its huge array of flowers starting from tulips, roses to double pansies and other lovely flowers. 
One of the most interesting things about this garden is that roses are named uniquely here – Bush Rose, Christian Dior, Mr. Lincoln and Queen Elizabeth. The garden has many kiosks inside it.Shopping buffs can buy souvenirs like key chains, T-shirts, and caps with a symbol of Rashtrapati Bhavan inscribed on each product. 
The gorgeous garden is further beautified by over 2500 varieties of the colourful Dahlias. Tourists can explore nearby attractions like India Gate, Birla Mandir, Qutub Minar, Raj Ghat and Lodi Gardens etc. 


Road: Delhi Transport Corporation Buses connect Mughal Garden to nearby cities. The road condition is good. Several deluxe and semi-deluxe buses are also available to reach the garden.

Railway: Delhi Junction Railway Station (located about 10 km.) is the nearest railhead to reach Mughal Garden. The station connects this garden to major cities of the country.

Airway: Indira Gandhi International Airport (located about 13 km.) is the nearest airport to reach Mughal Garden.Visitors can take a cab from the airport.