Bengaluru’s history is a tale of two cities—the Indian City or Pete and the European Cantonment with Cubbon Park serving as a bridge between the two. Walk back into 20th century Bengaluru along with the trees at Cubbon Park and a glimpse of Victorian Bangalore.
Meade's Park, Sri Chamarajendra Park, more popularly known as Cubbon Park, is more than a park. Alongside the great many species of plants and birds that call it their home, Cubbon Park also borders several of Bengaluru's important heritage buildings: the State High Court (Attara Kacheri), the State Parliament (Vidhana Soudha), Government Museum, State Central Library and a bandstand and several imposing Colonial and Royal statues among other things.
Stroll through this verdant lung space and learn about a Victorian era where men wore top hats and memsahibs held parasols & when people commuted on horseback and danced in the ballrooms of Parade Road.
* Come with us, as we stroll back into Victorian Era through the Cubbon Park
* Observe and listen to a tale of two cities, the Indian Pete and European Cantonment as you walk simultaneously along 20th Century Bengaluru and catch a glimpse of Victorian Bangalore.
* Among the many species of plants and birds found in Cubbon Park, also witness the imposing and important heritage of Bengaluru bordering the Park.