Sunder Nursery Heritage Park - A place for everyone

We continuously work towards giving an inclusive and wholesome
experience to every visitor at Sunder Nursery Heritage Park. The Gardens are largely flat, with concrete paths in most places. Most of the monuments have level or ramped access.

How to Get Here
Facilities for specially-abled visitors

3 parking spots at the Batashewala entry plaza are reserved for specially abled visitors.

Accessible toilets

There are two toilet blocks in the Park – first one near the Batashewala Entry Plaza and the second one near the Azim Bagh at the northern end. These toilets are within easy reach of all the main attractions and lawns. These are marked on all our park signage.

Both these toilet blocks have cubicles for specially abled visitors and can accommodate a wheelchair.

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Children in the Park

We have developed the Sunder Nursery Heritage Park as an open classroom with special emphasis towards making the Park experience enriching and enjoyable for our young visitors. Ranging from historical monuments to birds and butterflies, from flowers to vegetables, from trees to water bodies - the Park has interesting location points to make your experience here worthwhile.

Some of the notable points of interests for young visitors are the Tree-top pavilion, Model farm, flower valley, Bee houses, Children playzone, picnic areas etc. The signage in the Park also caters to the height of the young visitors, so that they don’t miss out on anything!

Pets in the Park

We wish everyone to have an enjoyable experience at Sunder Nursery Park. So while visitors are allowed to get their pets to the park, the pets have to be on a leash at all times and the owner has to take complete responsibility of them at all time during their stay in the Park.

You are also expected to clean up after them, if required. Cleaning equipments are also available with the staff, so please request them for it, in case it is required.

Walking Routes

There are several scenic points in the Park. We urge the visitors to follow one
of the several routes proposed, to enjoy and make most of their visit to the park. Some of these walks are:

Get in touch

For accessibility advice during your visit, please contact us (Monday to Sunday, 9am-5pm):
Call: 011-21420556

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