Rajiv Gandhi Park



Rajiv Gandhi Park is one of the most favored of the travel attractions in Vijayawada. Created and maintained by Vijayawada Municipal Corporation, the Rajiv Gandhi Park in Vijayawada is located just at the entrance of the city, as if giving a warm welcome to those who visit the city. The park is adorned beautifully, and regularly taken care of making it a hot favorite with the city dwellers. The garden is gorgeously manicured and the park is home to a number of trees that are important in terms of horticulture.

The Rajiv Gandhi Park of Vijayawada is embellished with musical fountains that dance to the melodies, every day from 7:30 pm to 8:15 pm, except on Mondays. This attract a lot of visitors and the garden looks like a kaleidoscope of colors as the illuminated musical fountains spread its bright hues. The manicured lawns and walking trails are a pleasant walk and are favorites for the romancing couples.

The Rajiv Gandhi Park also boasts of a mini zoo making it an exciting destination especially for the children. Apart from the animals, there is an educative park within the premises. This educative park has massive replicas of dinosaurs and other pre-historic animals which are really awe inspiring for the children. The food and drinks kiosks are famous for the tit bits and snacks and food for the kids are also easily available. There are plenty of options to choose from if the visitors want to spend the whole day in this fun land.



Last Updated on: 9/05/2013

     


     

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