Rambagh Gardens
Rambagh Gardens
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Odyssey553508
Port of Spain, Trinidad15 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
Interesting but not too much to see as the historic buildings were under renovation. Its worth a visit if you have the extra time.
Written 18 April 2020
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niya27
768 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Friends
This is a good garden to have morning walk or evening walk. The garden is very big. There are many places inside this garden.
Written 24 February 2020
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W1sue
UK352 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Couples
Wonderful walk around the gardens of the beautiful Rambagh Pakace gardens. Especially the tour of the organic herbs and vegetables. Thanks to the two young men who showed us all the herbs and allowed us to taste the carrots and tomatoes!! Wonderful 💕
Written 24 February 2020
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Ashish S
360 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Family
I liked Rambagh Garden. The place is very well maintained by the authorities. This place offers a great peaceful environment.
Written 12 July 2019
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Niya1315
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India1,052 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Solo
Visit this place if you are with kids. Kids with definitely enjoy this place as there are many rides available for kids. It can be skipped if you are alone.
Written 28 May 2019
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Hari A
Delta, Canada660 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2019 • Family
Gardens are fairly nice but not spectacular. Problem is that the people don't help with keepiung the surroungs clean- this is unfurtunate. Go if you have extra time on your hands
Written 18 April 2019
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Madhulika L
Noida, India6,211 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Family
The greatest ruler of Punjab, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, had his summer palace at Amritsar’s Ram Bagh. Today, the name ‘Ram Bagh’ doesn’t apply merely to the palace itself, and not even to the spread of greenery surrounding it, but to a much larger area as well, which includes all sorts of buildings, some derelict, some still in use, some old, some new, some private and some public.

We stumbled upon Ram Bagh Palace Gardens because we’d gone to visit the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama next door. Once we’d seen that, we decided to wander around a bit, because right opposite was a large circular garden with massive trees soaring high up above it. From there, we went wandering on, delving deep into the area that abuts this. There are a couple of fancy clubs here—the Amritsar Club and the Service Club—but since their premises are fenced off, there’s not much chance of inadvertently trespassing.

The Ram Bagh Palace itself, its architecture looking an interesting mix of Mughal, Rajput and colonial, was covered by scaffolding so we couldn’t even go very close to it, let alone enter. But there are plenty of ancillary buildings dotted around the vicinity, and these were quite interesting. Some of them were pretty large: one, with beautifully carved red sandstone, had obviously been recently renovate. Near this was a small four-sided pavilion with a white marble floor, more red sandstone, and plastered columns painted white to appear like marble. Of the buildings, the only one we could go into was this little pavilion; the others were all locked.

There are rough paths between the buildings and lots of trees and greenery: birds and squirrels are also to be seen here; we spent a good bit of time watching birds!

We had fun exploring, though we came away very dusty and dirty. This is recommended if you’re the explorer, not the ‘tourist’. There are no signs indicating which building is what, there’s no organized structure to the space, and it’s more the sort of thing, at least right now, that would appeal to someone who was willing to brave dust and dirt. Hopefully, in a few years’ time, when they’ve completed restoration work, they will also neaten up the surroundings and make this a more consolidated, well-signposted space worthy of Ranjit Singh’s summer palace.
Written 1 January 2019
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pilgrim_gsa
New Delhi, India1,328 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2018 • Family
This place is full of history and grandeur of the past when Shere-e-Punjab ruled and made The Punjab into a nation .
He stayed here and entertained many big wigs of the time including the then Governor General of the East India Company .
Shamefully ,a s is wont all over India now , the place of heritage is now occupied by Babus and running the Amritsar Club from this premises whereas it should be vacated and handed to the Punjab Archives for tourists to visit and feel proud of their heritage .
Many a trees abound in the garden giving fresh air to the visitors .
Written 28 June 2018
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sona83bhar
Ahmedabad, India399 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Family
It's just a normal garden.nothing special to see there .if you just want to enjoy the nature then you can visit
Written 21 June 2018
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vipi0017
New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, India592 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Family
Was just crossing so stopped for some Fresh air the Busy City . But need lots of improvement & Maintenance
Written 30 April 2018
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