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Cubbon Park dons many hats: a green lung in the heart of the city that also hosts a library, museums, a tennis academy, an aquarium, a toy train and many statues and pavilions. It’s probably one of the only parks to have a busy road cutting through...more
MG Road, Bengaluru, India
Cubbon Park
+91 98101 15661
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

It's just an average park in the middle of Bangalore, popular with the locals but not many interesting sights over there. Some parts are poorly kept.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Annerose_Kae
Reviewed 4 days ago

Cubbon park is the go to park for many-daily joggers, dog owners, activists and small group meet organisers, cyclist enthusiast, reading enthusiast, leisurely strolling people etc etc etc. It is a huge park and maintained very well. Reaching there also is easy as it is...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank RichaModi
Reviewed 5 days ago

I hope the city fathers take a weekly visit along with the traffic police traffic engineers and personally get first hand information and fix the problems at present only effort is made for the vehicles and so the pedestrians are at the mercy of the...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Jay921
Reviewed 5 days ago

It is a very nice place to play for kids and is quite spacious with greenery and a fresh environment.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Dashdoraemon
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Cubbon park is a nice urban park in the middle of the town.There are lots of people on the weekends, but it still feels you are getting some nature. Cubbon park is one of the iconic place of Bangalore City . Cubbon park situated in...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Sateesh2014
Reviewed 1 week ago

You will lots of people walking, jogging, exercising, with their pets, dance practice etc etc.... come to Cubbon Park on a Sunday morning and get a good dose of fresh air and oxygen!

Date of experience: August 2018
1  Thank Inspiration813977
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This park is a very large park in the center of Bangalore with huge old tree that give lots of shade from the heat. Nice place to take a walk but that's about it. Not being maintained very well.

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank fizzy1991
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

In Bangalore for a 3 week work trip, it was so nice to go to Cubbon Park nearly every day for a relaxing walk. Sunday’s are the best when the roads are closed to traffic. Families are everywhere.

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank javolkma
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

One of the famous parks in Banglore where everyone should stop and have a walk. Great place to explore the area. Try the rice craker with peanuts with it...Kind'a chili though. I'm not sure of the name 😊. You can find it in one of...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank princess_shylo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was good few years back but now there is no maintenance in children's area no safety at all . It's his to spend some leisure time to make our mind get refreshed.

Date of experience: November 2018
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Cubbon Park
In the heart of the city’s business hub is Bangalore’s
most favourite garden. Cubbon
Park is a beautifully
maintained 120-hectare garden where all the local
residents of the city take a break. A landmark ‘lung’
area of Bengaluru, the gardens are dotted with a lot
of colonial heritage and charm, which are today a part
of the state capital’s political centre. Home to the
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December 21, 2018|
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September 1, 2018|
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Response from 632tvr | Reviewed this property |
Yes but if you are thinking of cricket or football , the answer is not a NO but it will not be enjoyable as there are no open spaces of that size and exclusivity. There are walkers all over and you hardly get going.
Raman S
August 13, 2018|
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Response from RahulC1484 | Reviewed this property |
It's an open park and you can spend as long as you want. If for kids, there's Jawahar Bal Bhavan inside the park and kids can try rides including train rides and spend 1 or 2 hours there playing.
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ooty, mosore (3 Replies)
I am planing 10 days Bangalore, Mysore, Kodaikanal, r, Alleppey trip with my family (4 persons) in second week of May 17 . Please advise me right time to visit above place and check itinerary which I have received from travel agent BANGALORE - MYSORE - OOTY - KODAIKANAL - MUNNAR - ALLEPPEY TRAVEL ITINERARY (9N/10D) Day 01: Bangalore Our representative will pick you from Bangalore Railway Station or Railway station. Bangalore is the capital city of Karnataka state known as Garden...More
March 06, 2017|
Response fromRamdoss AS|
Hi May month peak season heavy crowd will be there in all places Otherwise proceed with itinerary
Bengaluru, India
Where to park in Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park (2 Replies)
I'm planning to visit Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park 1) Where should I park to enter Lalbagh? I read online that parking can be a huge problem? Is a scooter or car preferred to go there considering the parking space problem? Which gate should I go in? 2) Cubbon Park: Where is the entrance for this? Where to park?
May 13, 2015|
Response fromDeepak_01|
Hi, You can enter through Lalbagh main gate.There is ample car parking inside on regular days.There is a rush on public holidays & flower shows. Cubbon park has parking on the Queens road side from Balbhavan upto high court complex.
Phoenix, AZ
Bangalore Highlights (2 Replies)
I will be in Bangalore - for the 1st time - for business, for about 6-7 days, spanning a weekend. What's the best way to experience as much of the city and India as possible over the evenings and the weekend? My thought was to get over to Mysore on Saturday, and spend Sunday seeing the major sights in Banglore - the Tipu Sultan fort, the market in Cubbon Park, a bit of shopping, etc, and then take in the whole MG Road bit over the weekday evenings I'm there. Thoughts/suggestions?
February 05, 2007|
Response fromgjo1314|
Check the sight seeing tours-buses do this starting early morning and bring you back by night. They do take you to some of the places that could be avoided, but it's a package. More important they have guides to tell you things, which you might not otherwise know.. You also need to be a bit careful in the light of possible violence folliwng the Cauvery water decision-which the folks at the hotel will be able to tell you about.There is no market in Cubbon Park, BTW. You may be referring to...More