Experience Asia’s largest tulip garden in Srinagar

The famous Dal Lake is visible from the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, also known as Siraj Bagh, which is situated on the Zabarwan range’s slopes in Srinagar. Ghulam Mabi Azad, Srinagar’s Chief Minister at the time, inaugurated it in 2008, and thousands of tourists visit it each year. More than 50 gardeners have been slaving away for the past nine months to complete this special edition tulip garden in preparation for the festival. The tulips bloom for as long as the garden is open, which is until the end of April.

The 30-hectare-large tulip garden in Srinagar includes a wide range of daffodils, hyssen, and muscari blossoms in addition to tulips. The tulips, which come in over 68 different types and number about 15 lakh, continue to be the main draw. Tulip flowers typically last three to four weeks, but because the tulip bulbs in the garden are planted in stages, they typically last as least a month or longer.

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Tulip Garden Srinagar Opening Dates 2024

It will welcome visitors on April, 2024. Millions of tulips will bloom in the garden, welcoming guests with a rainbow of beautiful hues. Tulip Festival is hosted in Kashmir Valley during the onset of the Spring Season. You can get ready to be a part of it in April 2024 as the festival will commence from April 2024

Timings of Srinagar Tulip Garden

The Srinagar Tulip Garden opens at 8 am and closes at 7 pm.

Entry Fee at Srinagar Tulip Garden in 2024

The entry fee to the garden is INR 25 for children and INR 60 for adults.

Places to visit near Srinagar Tulip Garden

The Tulip Garden is the most popular attraction in Srinagar due to its great position. This park is bordered by picturesque hills, lovely Mughal-era gardens, and most importantly, it looks out into the magnificent Dal Lake. Some further neighbouring attractions are listed below.

Chashme Shahi Garden – The main draw of the Chashme Shahi Garden is a natural spring that emerges from the grounds.

Pari Mahal – The magnificent Pari Mahal, which overlooks the breathtaking Chashm-E-Shahi Gardens, was formerly a Buddhist monastery.

Shankaracharya Temple – Enjoy the Pin Panjal Range’s snow-covered majesty from Shankaracharya Temple, an ancient structure perched at 1100 feet.

  • Dal Lake – Dal Lake is undoubtedly a slice of paradise on Earth. This beautiful lake’s splendour defies words. Here, a Shikara ride is essential.
  • Nishat Gardens – Spotted at a distance of 3.2 km from Tulip Garden, Nishat Bagh is home to long avenues of Cypress and Chinar trees, rare flowers, and fountains.

  • Mughal Gardens – A confluence of Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, and Chashm-E-Shahi, this park draws the crowd for its cascading fountains.
  • Shalimar Bagh – Another well-manicured garden built by Jahangir, a Mughal emperor. Praise the outstanding craftsmanship of the Mughals in terms of horticulture here.
  • Nagin Lake – The azure waters of this lake are sure to leave you spellbound.
  • Hazratbal – This sacred Muslim shrine is visited by many on religious occasions to see a relic of the heir of Prophet Muhammad. A vibrant fair is held afterward.
  • Local Markets – Visit the local market to buy the specialties of Srinagar like leather products, Cashmere Shawls, carpets, mats, rugs, woolen clothes, dry fruits, etc.

How to Reach Srinagar Tulip Gardens?

The Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden is situated in Srinagar on the Dal Lake shoreline at the foot of the Zabarwan hills and is easily accessible by road, rail, and air.

  • By Air: Tulip Gardens are easily accessible from Sheikh Ul-Alam International Airport in Srinagar. It is well connected and has regular flights from major domestic destinations. One can hire buses or private/shared taxis from the airport to reach Tulip Garden.
  • By Rail: To reach Srinagar by train, you can either get off at Jammu Tawi or Udhampur railway station. They are well-connected with prominent cities in India. You can take private taxis or state government buses to reach Tulip Garden.
  • By Road: Srinagar is well-connected with cities like Jammu, Delhi, and Chandigarh. You can hire JKSRTC buses to reach Srinagar and reach the destination.

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