This 100 Yr-Old Nursery Was Turned Into A Heritage Park A While Back & Looks All Things Beautiful
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Delhi, time to welcome your 2nd Lodhi Gardens (well, almost) as Sunder Nursery has just been turned into a gorgeous heritage park! Yep, you heard it right - more than a century old Sunder Nursery is now a heritage park and will become a haven for all the nature enthusiasts in town.
Pack A Picnic Basket & GO! | Designed by landscape architect Lt. M Shaheer, this new nursery-turned-garden has a 550 metres ornamental central vista starting from the entrance zone of Humayun’s Tomb. The central vista features gardens inspired by the Mughals, with lotus-shaped marble fountains *heart eyes*!
There’s also a lake on the northern edge of the central vista with walkways, seats and pavilions along the edges, where you can sit and enjoy the cool breeze. You can also spot an amphitheatre here, which has been built to host many events in the future *NAICE*!
Spread over 90 acres, the Sunder Nursery houses 300 unique tree species and over 80 kinds of birds have been spotted here!
So, looks like there’s a gorgeous new spot for all the fun family picnics!
Where | Sunder Nursery - Near Humayun's Tomb, Hazrat Nizamuddin
Timings | 9 AM - 5 PM
Sourced Via The Times Of India