Garden of Five Senses

location_on Mehrauli
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Age Group
0 to 60
Key Attractions
It has a Khas Bagh (the spiral walkway), gorgeous shrubs of flowers planted beautifully around the Colour Gardens, well-lit fountains, water cascades, food court with terraced seating arrangements, shopping court, a unique, modern sculpture in stainless steel, bell tree, stone crafted elephant troop, neel bagh – a water pool with lilies, courts of specimen plants where unique species of plants are displayed and an amphitheatre – with seating area made of sandstone. Unique sculptures and murals set up around the garden accounts for one of the largest collection of public art in the country.
Visit Duration
3 to 4 Hours
Picnic Venue
Days & Timings
April to September:
9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
October to March:
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Open All Days.
Tickets/Entry Fee
Adult: Rs 20/-,
Child(5-12 yrs): Rs 10/-,
Senior Citizen: Rs 10/- ,
Housekeeping: Rs 10/-
Physically Challenged: Free
Charges for Still Camera (with zoom lens) - Rs 50/-
Food & Water Facility
Food Court and Food Stalls Available
Restroom Available
Differently-abled/Stroller friendly
- Entry free for differently disabled
- Ramps for wheelchair are available at the venue.

The Garden of Five Senses is a sprawling 20-acre oasis, inaugurated in the year 2003 which offers a wonderful escape from the capital’s raucous streets. Located in Said-Ul-Azaib village near Mehrauli Heritage Area is a lush green garden developed by Delhi Tourism Transportation Development Corporation. Strolling along spiral walkways and past waterfalls, rocks, sculptures and murals, the sound of wind chimes fills the air. Fragrant shrubs & tress at the path with slow moving water in the channels along the path takes you to the another world. Regular music performances are held at the amphitheater and tucked away into the greenery is the Magique restaurant and bar with its flickering candles, alfresco tables and East Asian-influenced menu. The garden hosts 200 varieties of plants and flowers; neatly tagged and presented in opulent beds and conclaves. The garden serves as one of the prominent cultural venues of the capital, as programs and events are organized here round the year. The Garden tourism festival (February), food festivals, different melas, Dandiya festivals and other cultural programs are held here at different times.

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Said-ul-Ajaib, Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, New Delhi South of Saket, Near Qutub Heritage Zone DL IN - 110044   Mehrauli   Nearest Metro Station: Saket (Yellow Line)
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  • Nice place to enjoy nature
    May 01,2014
    The structures and ponds are beautiful and provide ample entertainment easily for the whole family for hours. The park has parking facilities outside, is well reachable by car or even on foot from the nearest Metro station. Not to mention, flowers and trees all over the place. I particularly loved t... 
  • garden of live senses.
    Apr 28,2014
    a rejuvenating place.with rich verdant fields,it is a refreshing experience, we went with our friend to have a picnic there and what a fun it was. even i took my daughter when a flower show was organised,it really gave a lot of information on horticulture,i could click snaps of my daughter amidst th... 
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