Spreading its arms as far as 84 acres, Millennium Indraprastha Park is a famous tourist spot in Delhi which brims with the goodness of nature. Sculpted in the year 2004 by the Delhi Development Authority, the park is set close to Ring Road, Sarai Kale Khan and offers some of the best views of manicured lawns and gardens splashed with colours. In the year 2007, a large World Peace Stupa was installed in the park by the 14th Dalai Lama, the Lt.Governor of Delhi and the nuns and monks of Nipponzan Myohoji. Whether you visit this park in morning or evening, the park gleams with the beauty of nature which is present in the form of trees, flowers. A special seating arrangement, thatched roofs, and cottage are set up for travellers who want to attach their soul to this park and spend some time listening to birds chirping and the sunlight piercing through the tree leaves. This park in Delhi serves as the perfect spot to enjoy a picnic with family as there are also facilities like restaurant, children’s park, and amphitheatre constructed here. The ones who are visiting Humayun’s Tomb can take a short detour to this park and spend the rest of the day here.
The park is open from 6:00 AM to 7:15 PM.
Ring Rd, Block A, Ganga Vihar, Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi, Delhi 110013
How to Reach?
Travellers have to deboard on Indraprastha metro station to reach Millenium Park. The metro station falls on the Blue Line of Delhi Metro and is located around 4.5km away from the park.