Cubbon Park was laid out in 1870 soon after the completion of Attara Kacheri, the present high court building. The original area of the Park was 100 acres in 1870. It was increased in the later years and stood at around 260 acres by the 1950s. Currently, Cubbon Park has an area of 197 acres 31.50 guntas.
The park was designed and laid out by Major Gen. Richard Heiram Sankey, a royal engineer under the British rule. Initially, a terrace garden was developed in an area of 20 acres and subsequently the other areas were developed. An ornamental parapet wall along the frontage of Attara Kacheri towards western side of the garden was built. The Statue of Sir Mark Cubbon stands facing ..
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Plant Wealth

The plant wealth of Cubbon Park is very huge. There are many rare trees in multiples. For example, some trees, namely Colviliea racemosa (Dussera ower)..
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Sunday Activities

Every Sunday is a special Sunday at Cubbon Park. Sundays at Cubbon Park are filled with a wide range of cultural and sports activities, fun and laughter..
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News & Events

Flower show – 14th,15th Nov

For the first time, at Cubbon Park, a flower show will be held on 14th and 15, November, 2015, and a children’s day..
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Places to see

Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall, built in 1915 AD in a classic European style with Tuscan and Corinthian columns, in honour of Sir K.Seshadri Iyer who..
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Flowering Trees

The Indian cities are distinguished for certain characteristic physical fractures. For instance, the cities of Delhi and Calcutta are distinguishable..
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Visiting Information

Opening Time: 06:00 AM
Closing Time: 06:00 PM
Entry fee: Free
Authorization : No

Seasonal Features:

Government Aquarium

Entrance Fee: Rs 05 per person

Children’s Park

Timings: 11:00 AM to 01:30 PM. 02:30 PM to 05:00 PM.
Fare: Rs.10/- Adult and Rs.5 /- Children
Holiday on Monday and Every Second Tuesday.