There are several distinctive lush green gardens in the city. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II planned the city, and he stressed on maintaining gardens in the city. Most of the gardens were dedicated to the queens like the famous Sisodia Rani ka Bagh. This beautiful garden was constructed for the second wife of Jai Singh II. The garden is decorated with abundant trees, fountains, and beautifully painted pavilions. This is the largest garden amongst all, and is situated at a distance of about 6 km. It was constructed in 19th century.

An alluring garden was formed in the memories of Vidhyadar Bhattacharya, the architect of this beautiful city. The garden was planned following the architectural techniques of Vidhyadar. This is the only planned garden of the city, which is still the way it was, in that era. The garden is enhanced by fountains, flowerbeds and several galleries, pavilions, frescos depicting Lord Krishna and shady trees. The charm increases as more visits are registered by peacocks and monkeys. The view during the sunset is awesome in the garden. It is situated about 6 km from the city centre, on the way to Galta on Agra road. This garden was once the vineyard belonging to the regality.

Ram Niwas Bagh is situated near to the city centre. It was built in 1868 A.D by Sawai Ram Singh II, for the purpose of drought relief and as per the records it took four lakhs to create this historical garden. The garden is one of the main attractions of the city as it contains several monuments like, the Zoo, the Albert Hall, the Museum, the Zoological Park, sports complex, etc. The Zoological Park is also renowned for crocodile breeding. Albert Hall is a museum and it holds a collection of about 19000 objects. The Zoo is a home for varied varieties of birds and animals, and is renowned for its collection of 71 varieties of fauna. Ravindra Manch is an additional attraction that includes an open-air theatre and a modern art gallery to promote cultural events.

There is a divine garden in Jaipur namely Kanak Vrindavan located at a distance of about 8 km from city centre. This garden has many temples, beautiful fountains, waterfall, ponds, and flowerbeds. The garden was built before the foundation of Jaipur was laid, during the sovereignty of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II when Amber was the capital. These days Kanak Vrindavan Garden is the hottest destination for couples too. The place offers beautiful surroundings.




Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

Location: 5 km on Agra Road
Timing: 8.00 to 18.00 hrs
Specialty: Galleries, Pavilions, Fountains.
Entry Fee: Rs. 5.00
Ratio Foreigners & Natives


Vidyadhar Garden

Location: 5 km on Agra Road
Timing: 9.00 to 18.00 hrs
Specialty: Galleries, Pavilions
Entry fee: Rs. 5.00
Ratio Foreigners & Natives


Kanak Vrindavan

Location: 6.5 km on Ajmer Road
Timing: 8.00 to 17.00 hrs
Specialty: Greenery & Architecture
Entry fee: Rs. 4.00
Ratio Foreigners & Natives


Zoological Park

Location: 6.5 km on Ajmer Road
Timing: 9.00 to 17.00 hrs
Specialty: 71 varieties of fauna
Entry fee: Rs. 4.00
Ratio Foreigners & Natives


Ram Niwas Bagh

Location City Center
Timing 8.30 to 5.30 pm
Specialty Zoo, An aviary, Greenhouse, Herbarium, Museum
Entry fee India Rs. 10/-, foreigner Rs. 100/-
Ratio Foreigners & Natives


Amber Fort

City Palace

Nahargarh Fort

Jai Garh Fort

Jal Mahal

Jantar Mantar

Hawa Mahal


Central Museum

City Palace Museum

Dolls Museum

Jaipur Foot

Palace on Wheels

Raj Mandir Theatre

Sariska National Park

Ranthambor National Park

Sambhar Lake

Ramgarh Lake



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