Sunder Nursery Park

Sunder Nursery Park, New Delhi: Hours, Address, Sunder Nursery Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Sunder Nursery Park
4.5
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
7:00 AM - 7:00 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.
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Pooja
New Delhi, India46 contributions
Delhi's own green Crown!!
Sep 2020 • Family
In a metro packed with vehicles and honks ecohing even in midnight- this nursery is a gift from Mother Nature! Beautifully crafted and maintained- gives insight into Indian history. With fallen petals adorning the grass every few steps like gems in ornaments...the quality of air one gets to breathe is balm on lungs- I concluded! there are weekend flea markets in winters- selling organic groceries and food.
There are swings and food vans for picnic like day. Just a long silent walk through the Sundar nursery could declog mind and heart!
Written 13 August 2021
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Twarita
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A place for history and nature lovers
Chill,pill!
Aug 2021 • Family
The garden is absolutely a place to cool down with the view it offers. The track is good for walkers and joggers. Historically speaking ,the monuments that offered the bridge between Humayun and Mughals are there and now the beauty of the park maintained well around it gives a pleasent experience to the people who come to roam with all flora and fauna and the colorful scenes .The lake adds to the calm of the place. A must visit if you havnt. Birds,butterflies and flowers,blue sky and greenery is definately a chill pill. Can even organise cultural events in the amphitheatre of it . Pond containing lotus flowers also there . Some transcripts carved out of stone in urdu written on monuments to give a culture experience too. Nature and culture going hand in hand is a total bliss.
Written 9 August 2021
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tarun9369
New Delhi, India116 contributions
Lesser known paradise in central delhi....must visit with family
Jul 2021 • Family
This place is a mini bio diversity park with numerous mughal period monuments. Beautifully maintained...lush green...having artificial lake....fountains...kids play area...swings on tree...numerous peacocks...a Fabcafe by the lake serving healthy and delicious delicacies ( some may think price is on higher side) ....weekend markets..one can buy plants from nursery...
Good place for picnic..walks..etc...I think bringing food is allowed...but playing on grass is not not allowed...washrooms are ample and very clean...

Entry fee for visitors and vehicle is nominal... This is near Nizamuddin and also damdama Sahib Gurudwara is 2mins drive ...

Also this place has been voted among 100best places to visit in the World..👍👍 so please visit and enjoy
Written 25 July 2021
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SKohli12
42 contributions
Amazing Place
Jul 2021 • Family
Amazing place

This place is serene in the heart of Delhi.
Away from the hustle bustle of city.

Kids enjoyed the open area. Saw peacocks, flowers, different birds, trees, Lake and monuments.

They also have a kids play area, 2 cafés inside.
Toilet facility is there but not sure about the cleanliness.

A good getaway. People of all age groups can enjoy the place.
Written 13 July 2021
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Babita Huria
New Delhi, India154 contributions
An oasis in the concrete jungle of Delhi
Mar 2021 • Friends
The Sunder Nursery is an outstanding place to visit for walk , picnic or just sit and admire the beautiful green space and some Mughal Architecture tomb. It has beautiful green space with lots of fountains. The best day to visit is on Sunday when the farmer market is on. We went a day before Holi on Sunday which a great day to browse the farmers market and also visit the fabcafe by the lake. You can also take your pets though you have to take of the strays in the garden. A must visit if you live in Delhi or visiting.
Written 28 March 2021
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tarit1979
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India187 contributions
Oasis in the heart of Delhi
Jan 2021
Sunder Nursery which opened in 2018 is a real oasis in the heart of Delhi for a nice Sunday picnic. Acres of manicured gardens, flower beds, tree houses and a great spot near the lake make it a feast for the senses. On weekends there is a organic farmers market and a superb food court. The Fab café inside also has great food. The kids will enjoy the open space to play games like cricket and football and also the swings on the trees. A great place to visit with your family!
Written 7 February 2021
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Shakti
New Delhi, India4 contributions
Fantastic Experience but one hiccup. The toilets are not clean
Dec 2020 • Family
It was a great place to be on a sunny winter day. Only problem is that toilets are not well maintained and not clean.
Written 27 December 2020
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Bhadriraju M
India56 contributions
Pretty and clean place
Dec 2020 • Family
Large, well laid out gardens, clean, inside New Delhi. Part of the biohabitat includes the Sunder Burj with its beautiful plaster work, striking after a few hundred years, with help from conservation efforts by Aga Khan Trust. Pretty water channel, alive with children. Samples of some interesting scenery are attached.
Written 24 December 2020
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NeelavSamratDe
New Delhi, India1,805 contributions
Bad humiliating guard named Vandana spoilt our visit
Dec 2020
The nursery is a great place to be with the family. But we had a nasty incident with a guard named Vandana, a young crass uneducated lady, who does not have the basic decency to talk to good genre visitors. She infact spoilt my entire day just because we wanted to step out of the park and go to the car and fetch a sweater for my wife. She wouldnt allow us! And then threatened me with having to purchase an additional ticket if I stepped out!
She was a total muck and left a sore spot to our visit to this awesome park, which we had visited to celebrate my wife's birthday. She was humiliating and arrogant in her approach and I never wanted to interact with her, because her behaviour made me feel that I shouldnt stoop to her pedigree.
Written 21 December 2020
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DSA
New Delhi, India59 contributions
poorly maintained
Dec 2020 • Friends
i’ve been regularly visiting sunder for quite some time now with my friend. i’d give this place a 4 star rating however over time i’ve seen some things that i don’t like and show signs of it not being maintained.

the first and foremost is dogs !!
- the premises is filled with street dogs and stray dogs who are all around the park. These dogs started barking at my friend once and we have not visited sunder ever since! these dogs are not owned by anyone and are roaming around and pooping all around!

second thing is that it is not well maintained
- i’ve noticed atleast twice that the grass is filled with puddles due to excessive watering and it makes walking with shoes extremely difficult as you don’t want to get them wet ! especially in the winter season.

third is that there are no lights what so ever
- although it is a good thing that there is no light pollution in sunder it is essential to have atleast some guiding lights to the exit. as it is a huge property first time visitors find it very difficult to guide them selfs in pitch dark (for eg me) and this is true in winter season as it gets dark very early. so a person can get lost in pitch darkness after dawn
Written 20 December 2020
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