Nehru Park in Delhi Image Source
- Location: Ashoka Hotel, Chanakyapuri diplomatic area, New Delhi – 110023
- Timings: 24 hours
- Entry fee: Free
Nehru Park is named after the first prime minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru which is located in Chanakyapuri, Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi. The park was inaugurated in 1969 and it is spread in huge area of 80 acres of land. This park is one of the most beautiful places to hang out during winters.
The park is the venue of lot of activities like music concerts, annual Bhakti Festivals, art events, yoga classes etc. The park also houses an ancient Shiva temple and a cafe. There is a statue of Lenin installed in the park who was the leader of the ‘Great October Socialist Revolution’ of Russia. The statue was fixed during the 70th anniversary of October Revolution on Ist November 1987.
ATTRACTIONS NEAR Nehru Park, Delhi
- Safdarjung Tomb: Distance: 4.1km
- National Rail Museum: Distance: 3.4km
- Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum: Distance: 2.9km