19 Parks In Delhi That You Must Visit While Exploring Delhi

Let's step out and embrace the natural beauty.

Chandrayan Choudhury

Chandrayan Choudhury

Nov 25|5 min read

In the last few months, this lockdown has started to tell upon our lives, mostly mentally. And now when the government of India has finally announced that the country will go through unlock phases, the crowd overall is jumping for joy. Maintaining all the government's guidelines, one is now allowed to go out. Then why not take the advantage and kill the boredom? In this article, we will learn about some famous and wonderful places especially parks situated in Delhi. Parks being huge have an advantage. One can maintain physical distancing reducing the possibility of Covid contamination. 

The capital city, Delhi has a huge history attached to it. History of Delhi from the Medieval Period to the Mughal Period, all are equally famous. All the historic touches, one can feel in the parks in Delhi. Tombs, Statues, Monuments, Ruins etc which are preserved in the parks are genuinely a treat for the history heads even the tourists, while the luscious greenery adds even more to it.

The history and incidents attached to India that contribute to the richness in the field of art and culture can easily be felt in the parks in Delhi. Here below is a list of selected parks in Delhi you can't afford not-visiting:

1. Lodhi Gardens

Spread over 90 acres, Lodhi Gardens is a heritage park in New Delhi. It is one of the best parks in Delhi as it offers an insight into the history of medieval India. Architecture works like Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Tomb of Sikandar Lodi, Shisha Gumbad, Bara Gumba and more can be seen here.

Location: Lodhi Garden, Lodhi Rd, Lodhi Gardens, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110003

2. Deer Park

Named after famous personality A.N Jha, this park in Delhi is also known as A.N Jha Deer Park. This Park has its branches such as Duck Parks, Rabbit Enclosures and more. Located in South Delhi, this park has some historical monuments too. If you wish to enjoy the beauty and nature, this is one the best parks in Delhi to do that.

Location: Deer Park, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi

3. Central Park

Central Park is situated in Connaught Place, one of the main business centres in Delhi. It has lots of greenery, well arranged and decorated space for sitting and in the evening, a musical fountain plays there. This park in Delhi is a huge tourist destination and shopping spot.

Location: Rajiv Chowk, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

4. Jahanpanah City Forest

One of the densely forested parks in Delhi, this park is situated in South Delhi. Its peaceful environment and luscious greenery spread everywhere are enchanting to the mind.

Location: Jahanpanah City Forest, walkway, Jahanpanah City Forest, New Delhi, Delhi 110044

5. India Gate Lawns

India gate lawn's green silky seen ground is perfect for a picnic. This place is also appropriate for doing exercise.

Location: India Gate, Rajpath, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

6. Garden of Five Senses

Established in the year 2003, this park in Delhi spreads over 20 acres inviting tourists. Built by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation, this park is a refreshment punch and is a must-visit place in Delhi.

Location: The Garden of Five Senses, Westend Marg, Saidulajab, Saiyad ul Ajaib, Saket, New Delhi, Delhi 110030

7. Buddha Jayanti Park

Placed an 8 feet copper Buddha Statue, this peaceful park in Delhi has a mesmerising appearance. This park is a perfect getaway for peace lovers. 

Location: Buddha Jayanti Park, Vandemataram Marg, Central Ridge Reserve Forest, New Delhi, Delhi 110021

8. Indraprastha Park

Made from a landfill site, Indraprastha Park also known as Millenium Park in Delhi was constructed in 2004. It contains a children's park, a food court and an amphitheatre in it.

Location: Indraprastha Park, Ring Road, Grand Trunk Road, Block A, Ganga Vihar, Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi, Delhi 110013

9. Talkatora Garden

This park in Delhi which attracts huge tourists is originally from the Mughal era. The garden is more famous because of the Talkatora Stadium which is situated near to it. Being one of those parks which rests near Rashtrapati Bhavan, it attracts a lot of visitors.

Location: Talkatora Garden, Rashtrapati Bhawan, President's Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110004

10. Japanese Park

Japanese park is also known as Swarn Jayanti Park is located in Delhi. This is a famous picnic spot due to its lush greenery and lakes around. People visit the place to enjoy the sunrise as well.

Location: Japanese Park, Swarn Jayanti Park, Sector 10, Rohini, Delhi, 110085

11. Mughal Gardens

Yet another garden from the Mughal era, this park in Delhi follows Persian style architecture and has blossomed here and there. The eye enchanting greenery and structural beauty of this place are unexplainable. If you are in Delhi, don’t miss visiting this park!

Location: Mughal Gardens, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Raisina Hills, New Delhi, Delhi 110004

12. Nehru Park

Situated in Chanakyapuri, this park in Delhi spreads over 84 acres and is also a famous tourist spot. This landmark is famous for its venue for Morning Ragas and Evening Ragas Concerts. If you are up for some good time with friends, this one is reputed among the best parks in Delhi.

Location: Nehru Park, Delhi, Ashoka Hotel in the Chanakyapuri diplomatic area, New Delhi, Delhi 110023

13. National Rose Garden

This park/garden in Delhi is famous for its roses. This wide variety of roses found at the spot is commendable. One can find even the rarest rose species there.

Location: National Indo-Africa Friendship Rose Garden, Satya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021

14. Sanjay Van

Spread over 400 acres, Sanjay Van is one of the thick forest areas in Delhi. This park in Delhi is a heritage area and has a wide range of animal species living there.

Location: Sanjay Van, Internal Path, Seth Sarai, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, Delhi 110016

15. Sunder Nursery

Earlier known as Azim Bagh, this park in Delhi is adjacent to Humayun's Tomb. Visiting the place will be a good decision at the weekends.

Location: Sunder Nursery, Nizamuddin, adjoining Humayun's Tomb, Nizamuddin West, New Delhi, Delhi 110003

16. Aravalli Biodiversity Park

Aravalli Biodiversity Park, spanning over 690 acres, is a biodiversity restoration park in Delhi. This is situated at the south-central ridge. Visit the place away from the hustle of the city and enjoy some peaceful moments.

Location: Aravalli Biodiversity Park, near Madhyanchal, Vasant Kunj Institutional Area, Vasant Kunj II, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, Delhi 110037

17. Roshanara Bagh

Built by Roshanara Begum, Shah Jahan's second daughter, this park in Delhi has a variety of plants and migratory bird species that catches the eye of visitors. It is one of the best parks in Delhi for nature lovers.

Location: Roshanara Garden, 4744, Roshanara Road, New Delhi, Delhi 110007

18. Aastha Kunj

Good for jogging and appropriate for all sorts of exercise, this park in Delhi lies between the Lotus Temple, Nehru place and ISKCON temple. You can feel the serenity and peace while at this park in Delhi.

Location: Aastha Kunj Park, Sant Nagar, East of Kailash, New Delhi, Delhi 110048

19. Mehrauli Archaeological Park

Located near the Qutub Minar, this archaeological park in Delhi contains more than 100 historical monuments. This place is situated spreading over an area of 200 acres and is one of the very popular parks in Delhi for youngsters to hangout.

Location: Mehrauli Archaeological Park, Anuvrat Marg Opposite Qutub Minar Metro Station, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030

Now get yourself a peaceful getaway with the places mentioned in the above list. Greenery not only soothes the eyes but also rejuvenates the soul. Now experience it for yourself and let us know which were your favourite parks from the list above.

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Chandrayan Choudhury

My English teacher always complained that even for a four mark question I penned down a one-page answer. So I thought why not use this ability to do something productive. Content writing is the field that I took upon. And trust me! Now I'm loving it.