5 best one day picnic spots in Delhi | India Gate, Old Fort, Lodhi Garden, Qutub Minar, Garden of Five Senses | best hangout-picnic places to visit in Delhi

picnic spots in Delhi

There are many places to hangout in Delhi with family or friends. Number of gardens, forts, tombs etc. are located in Delhi where you can make your day out. You can choose out of these 5 best one day picnic spots in Delhi to spend time with your loved ones.

5 Best picnic spots in Delhi

These are five best of the picnic spots in Delhi which every Delhite must visit. Here you will get the information about these picnic spots in Delhi. What to see, where it is located, how to reach, timings, entry fee etc.

1. India Gate


It is the favourite picnic spot of Delhiites. The crowd of people at this place is worth seeing. A large number of people from Delhi India and Foreign countries take a visit and spend some good time around. What you can do in India gate are spend some good time with your family and much more fun for kids. It has children park where various fun activities take place around, street food can be enjoyed. It is the perfect place to spend some good time. The environment is so lush green around. Many fun opportunities for kids like kids car driving, bike riding and other playful toys are available. Big parks are around where kids play and many people treat it as best one day picnic spot in Delhi. If you live in Delhi and have not seen India Gate, you have not seen anything yet.

Location: Rajpath, New Delhi-110001
Nearest metro station: Central Secretariat Metro Station (Yellow line)
Timings: 5 a.m. to midnight
Entry Fee: No entry charge
Photography: Allowed

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2. Old Fort


Old Fort or Purana Qila offers many fun options such as boating, light and sound show, family picnic, archeological museum and perfect place for photography. The fort and gardens are well maintained. The public convenience is also very hygienic. Millions of tourists visit this place. Located near Pragati Maidan, Old Fort is known as the best picnic spot in Delhi. There is no chance to get bored here. This is the perfect place for anyone looking for picnic spot.
What you can do in Old Fort is boating, watch light and sound show, watch archaeological museum and spend some quality time with your family or loved ones. 

Purana Qila is a precious historical monument. Besides being the perfect family picnic spot in Delhi, it is a couple hangout place, also a place to hangout with friends and family members.

Location: Mathura Road, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
Nearest metro station: Pragati Maidan Metro Station (Blue line) / Khan Market Metro Station (Violet line)
Timings: 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Entry Fee: Rs.5 (Indians), Rs.100 (foreigners)
Photography: Allowed

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3. Lodhi Garden

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Lodhi Garden is one of the best places to spend some time with your loved ones. Lush greenery makes this place very refreshing. The garden is very well maintained by gardeners and guards. They keep the environment clean and tidy. Guards and police keeps an eye on every movement that someone does not try to ruin the beauty of garden and forts. There are edibles outside the garden that make your outing the best. Also, there is Lodi Restaurant which is very outstanding for its food and ambience. One who visits this place, surely enjoys a lot out of it.
Awesome, exquisite, perfect picnic spot, brilliant tourist place are the only words that come out from mouth when you see the beauty of Lodi Gardens. The beauty of gardens and the tombs inside is really adorable. The tourists who visit this place are really amazed. They don’t forget this place wherever they go. Even the foreigner tourists mention its beauty everywhere.
What you will get to see in the Lodhi Garden are the tombs, Athpula- the lake, sheesh gumbad, mosque and obviously the green side of Delhi. Couples spending some good time inside, kids playing with family can be seen inside. The famous mughal art is worth seeing inside the tombs. The greenery is outstanding as the park is highly maintained.
During the Lodi Period, Tombs were raised in two styles- square and octagonal. Bada gumbad and shish gumbad to its north are examples of the square type while two other tombs in the Lodi Gardens represent the octagonal type.

Location: Lodhi Road, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
Nearest metro station: Jor Bagh Metro Station (Yellow line)
Timings: April to September- 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., October to March- 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Entry Fee: Free Entry
Photography: Allowed

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4. Qutub Minar


In QutubMinar, the word “Qutub” refers “Poles of Justice” and “Minar” refers to “Tower”
This tower is located at Mehrauli in Delhi or you can say 15 km in south direction of New Delhi. This tower is made up by red sandstone and marbles.
Qutub Minar Delhi is one of the most famous historical monuments of India. Not only in India but it is famous worldwide. Tourists from different countries visit to watch it’s beauty. It is a very wonderful place to visit with family or friends. One of the best picnic spots in Delhi.

Location: Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
Nearest metro station: Qutub Minar Metro Station (Yellow line)
Timings: 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Entry Fee: Rs. 10 (Indians), Rs. 250 (Foreigners)
Photography: Allowed

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5. Garden of five senses  

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Garden of Five Senses is a wonderful twenty acre garden or site. It offers a variety of public activities which make it the life of Delhi. Spectacular scenery, lush greenery and fun activities keep you involved in the place. One of the perfect picnic spots in Delhi. It was opened in February 2003, so there is not that historical type feeling here. But what you gonna get here is fun, fun and fun. So, don’t miss out of this picnic spot, it’s a brilliant one.

Location: Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, Said Ul Ajaib Village, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
Nearest metro station: Saket Metro Station (Yellow line)
Timings: 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Entry Fee: Rs. 10 (child), Rs. 30 (adult), Rs. 10 (Senior Citizen)
Photography: Allowed

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