Mahatma Gandhi Park was built by British and was known as “Queen’s park” which was built to flaunt social life of British in early 19th century and after Indian independence it was named on the name of Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi i.e. Mahatma Gandhi.

It is located on the main church mission road, near old Delhi railway station and Chandni Chowk and has a bronze coloured statue of Mahatma Gandhi and covered by different types of trees around it. This place is open for all and no ticket is needed to visit or enter the park. One can enjoy photography of the beautiful greenery, trees, flowers, etc and don’t have to pay any charges for it. Main thing that is to be remembered is that mahatma Gandhi Park is opened only on Sundays.

Sometimes cultural, social and different community functions are celebrated here. The park can be visited from sunrise to sunset and it takes about half an hour to site seen the park rest all time one can spend there by relaxing and appreciating the greenery .

There are many other places nearby it that one can visit like Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, old town hall and many more. Easiest way to reach at the park is by Delhi main metro station and after that a 5 min walk.

There are many shopping hub of delhi near by the park such as CHOR bazaar, daryaganj market, NAI SARAK and CHATTA CHOWK in red fort area. One must visit this park and nearby area as it has history of India.

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