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Mughal Garden 2019 Open Close Dates, Visit Timing, Online Ticket Price Booking, Nearest Metro & Entry Details

Mughal Garden 2019 Open Close Dates, Visit Timing, Online Ticket Price Booking, Nearest Metro & Entry Details: Mughal Garden is one of the most important historic gardens in Delhi. It is situated in the interior of the Rashtrapati Bhawan Complex. Generally, Mughal Garden is well-known for the wide-ranging diversity of flowers, a number of which are rare as well as extinct.

On 4 February 2019, the well-known Mughal Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan was opened to the general public with an exhibition of numerous fauna and flora, together with particularly cultivated tulips that are anticipated to bloom in bright intense colors in stages all through this month. The yearly inaugural was enhanced by the President Ram Nath Kovind who also inaugurated the Udyanotsav with his wife Savita Kovind.

As per the press statement from Rashtrapati Bhavan, visitors can visit the gardens in free of cost from February 6 till March 9 in the middle of 9:30 AM and 4.00 PM. The sites will be unapproachable on Mondays for maintenance purposes.

Another added facility has been introduced from this year such as an online booking facility in access to the direct walk-in entry to the visitors like earlier years.

There are about 10,000 ‘tulips’ in Mughal Gardens are specially cultivated and are expected to bloom in vibrant colors such as red, white, orange and yellow mixed with red and pink.

Another main attraction of Mughal Gardens in Rashtrapati Bhawan apart from tulips and colorful flowers is the bulbous flowerings.

The Flower carpets in outstanding designs will also be displayed in the Central Lawns which will showcase the skills and craft of the gardeners of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

The leading colour pattern of this year’s ornamental flowers is white, yellow, red and orange.

Mughal Garden in Delhi is basically spread over acres of area such as an area of 13 acres. It is an amalgamation of the prior Mughal style with that of the British style. Mughal Garden is designed by Sir Edwin Lutynes for Lady Harding.

A request notice from the President office for the visitors reads that they should “not to bring any water bottles, briefcases, handbags, cameras, radios, transistors, boxes, umbrellas, eatables etc.”

Ashok Malik, who is the President’s press secretary said that the arrangements for drinking water, toilets, medical facility, first aid, restrooms for senior citizens, women, and children are also being provided at several places along the route that the visitors will take.

He further added by saying that the entry and exit for all online and walk-in visitors will be from Gate No. 35 of the President’s Estate which is close to where North Avenue come across Rashtrapati Bhavan.


The Gardens was being opened to the public from 6 February 2019 and will be open to the general public till 9 March 2019.


The visitors can visit the Gardens from the time between 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

Ticket Booking

From this year onwards, the online ticket booking facility has been added in addition to the direct walk-in entry.

Tickets can be booked from the official website at https://rb.nic.in/rbvisit/rbvisit_mughal.aspx

Nearest Metro Station

The nearby metro station in order to reach the Mughal Gardens is Central Secretariat. After walk out of the station the visitors will have to walk to the gate number 35 from Rail Bhawan.