Jubilee Park

One of the prominent Jamshedpur tourist attractions, Jubilee Park encompasses a total area of 237.75 acres. The beautiful Jubilee Park was offered to the native population of Jamshedpur by the Tata Steel Company to mark the completion of 50 glorious years of establishment of the city in the year of 1958.

The Moghul Garden of Jubilee Park has been modeled on the lines of the Brindavan Garden of Mysore which displays about thousand rare kinds of roses of different colors and sizes. The most attractive feature of Jubilee Park is the colorful fountains, which is situated at the middle of the Park.

Jubilee Park offers several exciting and thrilling rides for children in the recreational center, popularly referred to as the Nicco Park. The other prominent tourist attractions within the Jubilee Park are Jayanti Sarovar, Foliage Park, Tata Steel Zoological Park and Smriti Udyan. The Upvan of Jubilee Park is an ideal picnic spot and is suitable to spend some time with family and friends.

Located in the middle of Jamshedpur, Jubilee Park is easily accessible from any part of the city. The Jubilee Park wears a decorative look on the birth anniversary of the founder of Jamshedpur, Shri Jamshedji Tata.

The famous architects, Mr. B.S. Nirody and Mr. G. H. Krumbiegel, had designed the Jubilee Park of Jamshedpur. Far from the maddening crowd, the Jubilee Park provides the tourists with an opportunity to relieve them of the stress and strains of daily mundane life. The calm and serene surrounding of Jubilee Park rejuvenate the tourists with fresh bout of energy and vigor.

Last Updated on : 02/07/2013