Lalbagh Botanical Garden-The Red Garden Karnataka, Bangalore

About Lalbagh Botanical Garden-The Red Garden Karnataka

“Lal Bagh” meaning ‘red garden’ got the name for its beautiful red rose beds of various species. It is created by Hyder Ali in 1760 in compliance with the trend and taste of Mughal gardens.

Initially developed on 45 acres, it now covers a massive 240 acres. It has the largest collection of tropical plants for a botanical garden in India with around 673 genera and 1845 species. Among the major attractions, the most famous are a glasshouse and a 3000 million years old rock which is one of the first rock formations on earth.

Timings
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM (all days of the week).

Entry Fee
10 - 20 per person for Indians.
10 - 20 per person for foreign tourists.

Visit Duration
4 - 5 hours.

Address
Lalbagh, Mavalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka, 560004, India.

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