Open Time : 9:00am-7:00pm (in Summer), 9:00am-6:00pm (in Winter)

Entry : paid

Address : Garden Of Five Senses, Freedom Fighter Colony, Saiyad ul Ajaib, Sainik Farm, New Delhi, Delhi, India


The Garden of Five Senses is a beautiful park with a wide variety of activities created by Delhi tourism. It was carefully conceptualised to create a leisure spot for the public to unwind and communicate. It breathes new energy into the community and is ideal for all social groups.

The Garden was created with the intent of stimulating visitors' sensory responses to the environment. It stirs up the responsiveness of touch, smell, sight, taste, and sound and is an extraordinary fusion of fragrance and colour, texture, and form.

Architecture of Garden Of Five Senses:

  • As the name suggests, the grass is supposed to adorn, heighten and gratify all the five senses such as aroma, sight, sound, taste and contact.
  • As you enter the doors, a fusion of scent, texture, and shape envelopes you.
  • The social and entertainment area is made up of sandstone blocks, an outdoor amphitheatre, and an open exhibition space.
  • The first building in the town is depicted on the stone of the boundary and dome-shaped complex.
  • The garden undoubtedly has one of the largest collections of Indian public artwork, with over 25 pieces of art and sculpture.

Entrance Fee and Timings at Garden Of Five Senses:

  • INR 30 Adult, INR 10 for Childern and Senior Citizen. 
  • It opens at 9:00 am to 7:00 pm (Monday close),.


How to reach Garden Of Five Senses?

Saket Metro, which is located on the yellow line, is the metro station closest to the Garden of Five Senses. The garden is only about 2.5 kilometres from the metro; you can choose to either walk there or hire a battery- or local-powered rickshaw. You can also order a taxi cab for a more pleasant travel. A more affordable option is to take one of the buses.

When is the ideal time to visit Garden Of Five Senses?

The best time to visit the Garden of Five Senses is probably during the third week of February (check online beforehand) when the venue hosts an extremely magnificent flower festival.

What restaurants are near Garden of Five Senses?

Restaurants near Garden of Five Senses: (0.04 km) Fio Country Kitchen & Bar (0.48 km) Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters (0.42 km) Soho Bistro & Cafe

What attractions are near Garden Of Five Senses?

Nearby attractions includes: Chhatarpur Mandir (2.2 km) Mehrauli Archaeological Park (19 minutes Qutub Minar Garden (1.7 km)

Is it okay to bring food into the Garden of Five Senses?

There are no restrictions about bringing food.

What hotels are near Garden of Five Senses?

Hotels near Garden of Five Senses: (0.04 km) Devighar - The Villa (0.95 km) The Hosteller (1.12 km) Saket Bed and Breakfast

Special Tip

Carry your ID evidence for the ticket desk. Keep your space clean by not leaving any trash. The park is a plastic free zone, strictly make use of the dustbins. Don't forget to bring a camera or a phone with a good camera if you want to capture the atmosphere of the location. Wear light coloured comfortable clothes.

By Aryan Prasad

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