Did you know that Cubbon Park is the most visited place in Bengaluru? Cubbon Park is the go-to place for nature enthusiasts, joggers, pet owners, families, history buffs, and tourists.
If you are exploring Bengaluru for the first time, Cubbon Park could be your ultimate destination to spend an entire day. Go to the next slide to see what you can explore in and around Cubbon Park.
Cubbon Park is spread over 300 acres and has a diverse landscape that captivates every visitor. When in Cubbon Park, you will be fascinated by the site of majestic trees, beautiful gardens, and historical structures.
Cubbon Park provides a refreshing ambience for people seeking tranquillity amidst the city's hustle and bustle. There are over 6000 trees that offer ample shade and contribute to the park's pleasant microclimate.
You get to see the statue of Sri Chamarajendra Wodeyar and Queen Victoria at Cubbon Park. Other statues of prominent personalities include Sir Mark Cubbon, Kind Edward VII, and Diwan Sri Kumarapuram Seshadri Iyer.
The Attara Katcheri Building, now the Karnataka High Court, is a 19th-century neo-classical building that you may like to glimpse when in Cubbon Park.
The Vidhana Soudha is one of the iconic structures adjacent to Cubbon Park. Its grandeur and architectural splendour will make you awestruck. A perfect background for a memorable selfie. Isnt it?
The Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall, which houses the State Central Library, is another architectural gem inside Cubbon Park. The library has a vast collection of books, making it a paradise for book lovers.
Children would love to spend the entire day at the Jawar Bal Bavan at Cubbon Park with many recreational activities, including the famous toy train ride.
When in Cubbon Park, consider exploring the Visversvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, which has four floors of learning and entertainment for children.
The Government Museum, an archaeological museum, has a rare collection of archaeological and geological artefacts including old jewelry, sculpture, coins and inscription.
Venkatappa Art Gallery houses the paintings, musical instruments, and other collections of the famous artist K Venkatappa. The gallery also houses collections of K K Hebbar, an internationally acclaimed painter.