Join us on this historical journey through the heart of Bengaluru, and see the architectural marvels of the Victorian era.
Since the capture of the Mysore Kingdom from its daunting ruler Tipu Sultan, several British families made Bangalore their home. A flourishing cantonment north of the beautiful Cubbon Park was almost British in its making: wide roads lined by trees, laidback lifestyle, the vintage cars and the bungalows they were parked in.
With wide garden space around the house, built in typical Victorian grandeur, tall roofs to allow air to come in, the now slowly disappearing old bungalows of the city tell the tales of the lifestyle, preferences, and culture of the time.
Soaking in the old world charm of Richards Town, catch a breath of fresh air and some snippets of local history in the verdant Richards Park. Also to see are a few pretty yesteryear villas, local churches, and a unique gallery that takes viewers back to Bangalore of the 1970s.
* Take a journey back in time through the heart of Bengaluru, and see architectural marvels from the Victorian Era.
* Soak in the old world charm of Richards Town and breathe in fresh air with snippets of local history.
* Also see yesteryear villas, local churches, and a unique gallery taking you back to the 1970s.