Cubbon Park

Cubbon Park is one tiny universe within the urban turmoil of the metro metropolis that offers something to everyone, from early joggers to evening runners and from weekend family activities to strolls on weekdays. The park was created in 1879 and presently encompasses 300 acres of a revitalizing environment.

It's the ideal weekend getaway spot for an adventure with friends and family or quiet reflection and relaxation.

Things to do at Cubbon Park:

  • Look Around the Statues in the Park:

Take a stroll among the exotic and vibrant flowers that fill the air with subtle scents while taking in the architectural importance of Cubbon Park. There are sculptures of Chamarajendra Wodeyar, Rajya Dhurandhar, Queen Victoria, Major General Sir Mark Cubbon, and Sir K. Sheshadri Iyer.

Tell your kids the motivational tales of all these well-known people when you're out with them.

  • Go to The Cubbon Park Aquarium:

One of the most enjoyable things at Cubbon Park is visiting the aquarium, a striking structure with an octagonal design. It is home to several fish species and other marine life. When you take your children out, you can observe as their eyes develop into a magnificent display of great emotions and expressions.

  • Take A Ride On A Toy Train:

Both children and adults may enjoy the Putani Express, often known as the toy train, which offers a fun journey around the park's numerous areas. This is also an excellent method to rest your legs after taking a long walk in the garden.

  • Check Out The Musical Fountain:

Bangalore is an IT hub, so that the technology would provide exciting entertainment. There is a magnificent fountain where the water jets 'dance' to the rhythm of the music and dazzle the onlookers. Get real-life awestruck by the dancing musical fountain by taking a break from social media and boring online viewing. The entire dance process of the fountain, located on Raj Bhavan Road, is managed by binary operations.

  • Check out the State Archeological Museum:

The State Archaeological Museum houses an unusual array of oddities spanning several significant eras in Karnataka's history. It is one of India's oldest museums and has artifacts from the Mohenjo-Daro culture.

Additionally, there are coins and stone carvings from the Vijayanagar Empire.

  • View Old Bangalore from Band Stand:

Band Stand is the only location in Bangalore where you can still catch a glimpse of the Old Town. This has a classic antique atmosphere and is a treasure mine of Old Bangalore artifacts and memories.

  • Take candid photographs:

Numerous seasoned photographers may also be here, documenting life through their lenses. There is no shortage of themes and inspirations here, from focus plays to illusions, candid photographs of other guests to breathtaking nature photography, slow-motion films of your children playing to some fantastic selfies.

  • Let children attend the storytelling sessions:

The story-telling sessions for children are among the many other group activities and open sessions held in the park that are among the most fascinating. Bring your kids to these workshops to help them understand and listen. These training sessions also help them develop their social skills.

  • Attend Yoga and Running Sessions every Sunday:

Sunday running and yoga sessions are a great way to get fresh air for your lungs and exercise your body. Several groups and individuals organize these seminars for both men and women. Instead of staying in bed till the wee hours of the morning, get up early and start living a healthy lifestyle.

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Address of Cubbon Park

Kasturba Road, behind High Court of Karnataka, Ambedkar Veedhi, Bangalore, India

Opening & Closing time of Cubbon Park

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

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