Open : 06:00 a.m. – 08:00 pm. (October – March) and 05:00 a.m. – 08:00 p.m. (April – September)
Entry Fee : Nil
Nearest Metro Station : Khan Market or Jor Bagh Metro Station
Ho Ho Bus Route : Not included
Travellers Advice : Lodhi Gardens is a beautiful place to be in full of lush greenery and ages old monuments. Therefore it is expected that one keeps the area clean and does not throw paper or pastic/non - biodegrable waste here and there. Places near to Lodhi garden include Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb and Red Fort which can be visited along with the gardens on the same day.
There is a reason why Lodhi Gardens are so famous. This 15th century structure spread over 90 acres, contains a number of Tombs. Lodhi Garden is considered as of much importance from the point of view of Asian Historical Architecture. The main attractions here include 4 tombs. The names include Mohammed Shahs Tomb, Sikander Lodi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad. All these tombs represent Afghan architecture. Constructed by Lodh is who ruled northern India and Punjab; it is now protected property of Archaeological Survey of India.
These gardens are famous for two things – their architecture as well as morning walks of Delhites! A heaven for birds and it includes the beautiful 15th Century Bara Gumbad (one of the main attractions of Lodhi Garden). Often people come here for morning walks and on Sundays for family picnics. From architectural point of view, there is lot which can be seen here and understood. What it actually gives to a traveller is different from different point of view. Some visit this place simply for its lush greenery and some to understand the way monuments were built in 15th century. These have been maintained as well as restored by Indian Government and so it is expected that due respect be given to them.