Lucknow Begum Hazrat Mahal Park :In this park located in the heart of the city, tourists will get to see the building built in the memory of Begum Hazrat Mahal, as well as the greenery spread all around the park will also bring a lot of peace to the hearts of the tourists. It is said that Begum Hazrat Mahal took charge of the affairs of Lucknow when the Nawab was sent to Kolkata. He fought bravely against the British, after which he had to take refuge in Nepal. He died in 1879. After independence, the Government of India got a memorial built in the memory of Begum Hazrat Mahal.
Park Was Opened To The General Public On 15 August 1962
The park was opened to the general public on 15 August 1962. It is said that there is also a marble table in the building, in which four circle brass plates and coat of arms are decorated. It is said that these things belong to the royal family of Awadh. This park is very popular among the city dwellers. From morning walk to evening walk, there is often a crowd of people here. The marble paths made in the midst of lush green grasses look very attractive.
The view of this park in the evening is really worth seeing. There are also many fountains here, which start in the evening. In such a situation, the beauty of the park increases even more. The special thing is that there are many swings for children, due to which this place is very popular among children. Apart from this, people do not even need to take any kind of ticket to enter the park.
Along with visiting Begum Hazrat Mahal Park, tourists can also visit Chhatar Manzil, Bara Imambara, Chhota Imambara and British Residency.
How To Reach
The distance of Begum Hazrat Mahal Park from Lucknow airport is 12 kilometers, so people can easily reach here by private or public transport. At the same time, the distance of the park from Lucknow railway station is only 3.5 kilometers, so people can reach the park on foot or by rickshaw.