Tulip Garden in Kashmir

Tulip Garden in Kashmir is located in the Srinagar city of Kashmir. It is also known as Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden. It is located next to Botinical Garden. Its location is breathtaking surrounded by colossal mountains of zabarwan with dal lake on the foots. It expands over an area of 30 hectares of land. It consists of over 60 varieties of tulips also know as ‘Gulelala’ hi Kashmir language.

Tulip Garden is not only one of Asia’s largest gardens, but it also has a variety of flower species other than tulips, such as daffodils, hyacinths, roses, muscaria, iris, and rammeuli. These beautiful flowers bloom around the end of March, creating a rainbow of hues. To allure tourists, there are seven terraces, each with a distinct species of flowers, particularly tulips.

The garden is definitely a sensual experience — the vibrant colors will fascinate your eyes, while the entrancing scent of flowering flowers will refresh your mind. Tulip garden festival is an annual event that attempts to promote the variety of blooms in the garden as part of the Government of Jammu and Kashmir’s tourist initiatives. It is held at the start of the spring season in Kashmir valley.

Origins in Mughal Influence

The roots of the Tulip Garden trace back to the Mughal era, a time of artistic flourishing in the valley. Mughal emperors had a penchant for horticulture, and the garden was born from this passion. After a period of neglect, the garden was meticulously restored in recent decades, infusing new life into this botanical marvel.

The garden boasts a diverse array of tulip varieties, including indigenous species and exotic hybrids. Each tulip, with its distinct color and form, adds to the garden’s mesmerizing allure. The tulip holds a special place in the hearts of Kashmiris, embodying sentiments of love, beauty, and cultural identity.

The Annual Tulip Festival

The Tulip Festival, an annual celebration, invites visitors to revel in the garden’s splendor, creating memories that last a lifetime. It time duration is very short usually starts in April but it may vary as per climatic changes in Kashmir region

How can we reach to Tulip Garden

there are multiple ways or routes that will connect you to tulip garden.
1. From Dal gate Srinagar
Distance: 7kms
2. From Gupkar Road
Distance: 4kms
3. From Foreshore Road Hazrat-bal Shrine
Distance: 10kms
4. From Zakura Crossing
Distance: 15kms
5. From Inside Rainawari area(Shortcut)
Distance: 3kms by bike or by foot only

*Note: You can enjoy all local siteseeing with the help of cab that you can get from Srinagar taxi service and also book shikara ride in dal lake

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Location of Tulip Garden in Kashmir

Tulip Garden is located in the heart of Srinagar on the banks of dal lake. It is around 10 kms from Srinagar city and 20kms from the Srinagar airport. You can also check google maps to get the exact location. You can visit there by Srinagar cab service

Best time to visit Tulip Garden in Kashmir

The Best time to visit tulip garden is the month of April. During this time tulips are all bloomed up.

How to Book Tickets for Tulip Garden in Kashmir

You can Book tickets for tulip garden near the entry gate of the location. You have to wait in a queue to wait for your turn as there is always huge crowd waiting for their turns.

Distance from Srinagar airport to tulip garden

The appox. distance between the Srinagar airport to tulip garden is around 20 kms. It will vary if you will go from different direction

Price of tulip garden Tickets

The price of tulip garden tickets is 50 for adult and 25 for child.

Tulip Garden opening time and closing time

Tulip garden opens from 9 am to 7 pm during its season

Tulip garden Kashmir entry fee

The entry price of tulip garden tickets is 50 for adult and 25 for child.