Sunder Nursery Park
Sunder Nursery Park
4.5
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Monday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
About
NATURE. HERITAGE. CULTURE. LAKES. GARDENS. Abutting Humayun's Tomb, SUNDER NURSERY, is Delhi's finest Heritage Park. Listed by Time magazine among 100 GREATEST PLACES IN THE WORLD in 2018. Here are SIX World Heritage Monuments, 300 tree species, lakes, venues for cultural performances, 80 species of birds, among other attractions. Opened to public in 2018 after the Aga Khan Trust for Culture spent a decade creating this park and conserving the monuments here following a 2007 agreement with the Government of India.
Duration: 2-3 hours
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  • Zippy1
    Glasgow, United Kingdom232 contributions
    Unmissable
    Gorgeous park with a range of beautiful flowers, plants and trees. Different areas laid out well. Really liked the wilderness area, garden of delight and the lakeside cafe. A real oasis in a busy, hectic city and not to be missed!
    Visited March 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 23 March 2023
  • bsingh
    Gandhinagar, India185 contributions
    Clean and Green
    A well maintained park near the Humayun tomb. It is a clean and green island in an otherwise polluted Delhi. There is a children’s play area. The Bonsai house needs to be better designed for a proper display of the plants. The park has an amphitheatre where musical and other programs are organised. There is a Fabcafe which serves good food and snacks.
    Visited December 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 13 December 2023
  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, United Kingdom1,79,624 contributions
    Lovely Gardens in a Busy City
    The Sunder Nursery is a large park that was once a Mughal era garden and tomb complex. After the end of the British Raj era, the area was left unattended for decades, falling into ruin before restoration finally began in the late 2000s. The restored gardens are amazing. The nursery is filled with flower beds, well tender lawns, plant and there nursery. A surprisingly well tended park considering the state of many Delhi parks. The nursery is also home to many Mughal tombs of important members of the Mughal administration, though not any of the emperors. The most important tomb is that belonging to Mirza Muzaffar Hussain. While Sundarwala Burj, Sundarwala Mahal and Lakkarwala Burj are also worth seeking out.
    Visited February 2024
    Travelled with friends
    Written 18 February 2024
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK1,79,624 contributions
Feb 2024 • Friends
The Sunder Nursery is a large park that was once a Mughal era garden and tomb complex. After the end of the British Raj era, the area was left unattended for decades, falling into ruin before restoration finally began in the late 2000s. The restored gardens are amazing. The nursery is filled with flower beds, well tender lawns, plant and there nursery. A surprisingly well tended park considering the state of many Delhi parks. The nursery is also home to many Mughal tombs of important members of the Mughal administration, though not any of the emperors. The most important tomb is that belonging to Mirza Muzaffar Hussain. While Sundarwala Burj, Sundarwala Mahal and Lakkarwala Burj are also worth seeking out.
Written 18 February 2024
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Safari223663
3 contributions
Oct 2023 • Family
A good big garden with a big variety of plants, however a lot of trash everywhere. Some vendors on site during the weekends. Some hiding spots as well.
Written 7 January 2024
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bsingh
Gandhinagar, India185 contributions
Dec 2023 • Couples
A well maintained park near the Humayun tomb. It is a clean and green island in an otherwise polluted Delhi. There is a children’s play area. The Bonsai house needs to be better designed for a proper display of the plants. The park has an amphitheatre where musical and other programs are organised. There is a Fabcafe which serves good food and snacks.
Written 14 December 2023
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Shweta Sarkar G
New Delhi, India104 contributions
Dec 2023 • Friends
I go there several times every year in winters. It is a very nice and clean place though there is parking problem every time. They don’t allow smoking as they have designated a separate smoke zone which is fantastic. Nobody plays music on their loudspeakers, so there is no noise. Sports are not allowed so thankfully there is no ball or cork flying off from diff places. The first and only bad experience that I had this time were low flying vultures. Suddenly when my friend was eating her food close to the jheel, from mowhere a vulture came, flew so low that it hit my head and flew off. I was shocked.I sat still for good 2-3 mins after that. My heart almost skipped a beat. Then I just felt zapped.gradually my head started aching and in the next 1-2 hours, the pain increased. At night I had to take a medicine for headache finally
Written 11 December 2023
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Marcos B
9 contributions
Jun 2023 • Solo
Great birding spot.
some expected species, some good surprises. Amazing rain dance by peacocks, flocks of barbets...
Written 29 June 2023
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tim252
Salisbury, UK748 contributions
Apr 2023 • Couples
This is a lovely relaxing place away from the frenzy of Delhi. The grounds are very well kept and are a very safe place for a visit.
Written 30 April 2023
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Zippy1
Glasgow, UK232 contributions
Mar 2023 • Couples
Gorgeous park with a range of beautiful flowers, plants and trees. Different areas laid out well. Really liked the wilderness area, garden of delight and the lakeside cafe. A real oasis in a busy, hectic city and not to be missed!
Written 23 March 2023
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Punam
New Delhi, India84 contributions
Feb 2023
The place was super crowded.. But I am attribute that to the fact that the weather was conducive to families and groups enjoying the Delhi spring. The place was like a spring paradise, it had everything one needed; Like flowers in all colors, shapes and sizes, birds chirping, clean water bodies with aquatic birds gracing them. It was clean (for a change compared to other parks in Delhi). And it had security personnel monitoring the place. (BIG PLUS) There is a play area for kids with many options ; and a tree house. The nursery is garnished with historical monuments that stand a witness to the past and cater to a future generation. My only grudge... is that the food options are limited; and highly overpriced. It would be best to carry ones own food. but that kind of dampens the "keep it light and easy" spirit. All is all a good place to invest over a weekend.
DO note that they have entry fee of rs 50 per adult, rs 25 for senior citizens and kids, and Rs 100 for car parking. Those expenses I found worthwhile due to the facilities provided.
Written 15 February 2023
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Alison B
New Ross, Ireland18 contributions
Jan 2023 • Couples
Our 7th time in Delhi, but first at this relatively recently opened park. We loved it! Beautifully laid out with dahlias, stocks, marigolds, pansies, roses all in flower (in january). No one hassled us as foreigners. The park was spotless; we thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere at dusk as we walked round the lit fountains, with the birds roosting above. What a vision this is from the Aga Khan trust.
Written 30 January 2023
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Jan 2023
Nice and very clean place to chill at. Walk around the park, sleep on a blanket under a tree, whatever floats your boat, it's the perfect place. Entry fee is 25 Rs for locals, 200 Rs for foreigners, I would still consider that a fairly reasonable price. There are free water stations, clean public bathrooms and a decent cafe/restaurant at the end of the park - a bit pricey, but clean and full of good food/drinks.

All in all, ideal place to visit. Make sure to also visit Humayun's tomb across the street (probably go there first and then come here to recharge).
Written 23 January 2023
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