29th Garden Tourism Festival Delhi
New Delhi is going to organize the 29th Garden Tourism Festival from 19 February to 21 February, 2016 with the theme “Garden for Environment and Health”. This festival will be arranged at the “Garden of Five Senses”, Said ul Ajaib, Mehrauli Badarpur Road, south of Saket, New Delhi. The location is near to the Qutub Heritage Zone, which is easily accessible as it is situated nearest to Saket Metro Station. The festival will begin from 11.00 am in the morning and will continue till 8.00 pm in the evening.
The Garden Tourism festival is held for three days, every year at the end of February. Being organized by the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation, the main purpose of this festival is to create and strengthen the harmony between various countries of the world, while celebrating the season of spring along with the vibrant & exotic flowers that blooms every year. Enjoy the season of blooms-Spring by visiting one of the most beautiful gardens in Delhi.
Learn about another spring festival called Holi– The Festival of Colors here:
Highlights of the Garden Tourism Festival
Enjoy the floral show every day during the festival displaying an array of varied plants under different categories including potted plants, medicinal plants, herbs, foliage, vegetables, cut flowers, various types of bonsai, hanging baskets, cactus and many more. You can also purchase plants, flowers and garden accessories from the festival.
Your children can enjoy in the soft adventure park and participate in the painting competition to be held on 20 February 2016. Children under the age group of 6 to 10 years, 11 to 16 years can participate in this competition. Other mini events like Magic Show, cultural programs, workshops & lectures on gardening will be there in the festival, in-order to promote the culture and tradition among the visitors. Also relish mouth-watering dishes in the Mini Food Festival to be organized there.
Know the entry fees according to your age
- Children (below 13 years) – Rs.10/-
- Adult – Rs.30/-
- Senior Citizen – Rs.10/-
We often do not find time to breathe in fresh air and admire nature. So, grab the opportunity to witness around 15,000 species of flowers and plants showcased in the Garden Tourism Festival.
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