Lal Bagh is a world-famous garden in Bangalore. The garden was created by Haider Ali, the ruler of Mysore, in 1760. Lal Bagh is home to a variety of plant and animal life.
The garden spans an area of 240 acres and is divided into four sections: the formal gardens, the nursery, the lake, and the glass house. The formal gardens feature a variety of flowers and trees, including roses, and lotuses
located in the southern region of Bangalore. The construction of the garden was initiated by Hyder Ali who was the ruler of Mysore. The construction however remained incomplete till his son Tipu Sultan got the garden completed in Mughal garden style. Along with a beautiful display of tropical plants, the garden has a magnificent aquarium and a lake. The garden hosts over one thousand different types of flowers and trees.
The garden, spread over an area of 240 acres, is a popular tourist spot and is open to the public every day. You can visit the garden from 6 AM to 7 PM any day of the year. Entry is free for morning walkers and evening walkers from 6 AM to 9 AM and 6 PM to 7 PM. The garden hosts a grand flower show in the week of Independence Day and the Republic Day