The Mughal garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan is considered to be one of the most beautiful gardens. If Rashtrapati Bhavan is a masterpiece of architecture, then the 15-acre Mughal garden is considered to be its soul.
In Mughal Gardens, there are many specialties of British garden art. There are more than 120 famous species of roses in the country.
In February-March, they are full blooms. Special roses include green roses and angelic. ‘Tulip’ Cyclamen, known for its magnificent colors, is the main attraction of the Mughal garden this year.
Mughal Garden timings, price and entry details
Mughal Garden opens on Feb 6 to March 10. The entry is free here. This garden is open every morning from 9.30 am to 4 pm for the general public. On Monday this garden is closed for sanitation and maintenance.
Mughal Garden Nearest metro station
Mughal Gardens is in the capital of India, New Delhi. It is located on the rear of Rashtrapati Bhawan (North Avenue). Usually, the arrangements for entry and exit for the tourists and the general public are from Gate No. 35 of Rashtrapati Bhavan. The nearest Metro station for the Mughal Gardens is the Central Secretariat.
Important things to remember
Do not worry about things like water bottles and food items. In view of the security arrangements, there is a restriction on taking them inside. You will find all these things inside. You can buy and eat things according to your liking. You will find drinking water, drinks, toilets, first aid and comfort for children inside the Mughal Garden.
There is also a parking arrangement near the Mughal Garden because people from far come and visit the garden every year. The first President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, ordered this garden to be opened to the general public. From then on every year from February to March, this garden is opened to the common people of the country.