Tourist attractions in Lumbini Gardens | Entrance Fees, Timing of Lumbini Gardens, Bengaluru

Which is the nearest bus stop at Lumbini Gardens in Bangalore? How to go by bus to Lumbini Gardnes Bangalore? This article gives complete information on travelling to Lumbini Gardens Bengaluru and bus routes to Lumbini Gardens Bengaluru. This article also gives complete information on the types of rides, watersports and other attractions for kids and families at Lumbini Gardens Bangalore.

Do you have a day for a getaway at Bangalore? Don't have too much to spend and don't have too much time? Here is an interesting entertainment park to spend a day with your children, friends and family.

Lumbini Gardens, located on Nagawara Lake, Outer Ring Rd, Coffee Board Layout, Nagavara Bengaluru, Karnataka 080 65679037 is an ideal place for a day out. You can spend a few hours with a lot of splash and fun.

Some of the attractions for children and adults are:

  • Lake for boating

  • Kids train raids

  • Trampoline

  • Wave Pool

  • Buddha statue

  • Lot of rides for children

It has eateries, fast food and soft drinks too. There is an entrance fees of Rs 50 per person. There are separate tickets required for some of the rides. Tickets for all the other rides can also be purchased at the time of purchasing the entrance ticket.

Golden Pearl Floating Restaurant

The floating restaurant is one of the key attractions in the park. It is an ideal place to have some leisure time with lot of food choices and also a great place for small parties and office get gathering.

Lumbini Gardens is easily reachable by road from any part of Bangalore city. Thanks to a good bus route network within the city, you can travel by public transport & leave your vehicle at home!

1. By Air: You can catch a flight from most major cities in India to Bengaluru International Airport and from there travel by road to Lumbini Gardens.

2. By Train: You can board a train from most metros and important cities in India to the Bangalore Railway station and from there travel by road to Lumbini Gardens.

3. By Bus: Lumbini Gardens Bengaluru is accessible by the public transport bus from various points in Bangalore. You can board buses from the Majestic Bus stand, where the conductors will guide you on which is the correct bus route to Lumbinin Gardens. The bus stop where you have to get off is Veerannanapalya Bus stop, or simply say Lumbini Gardens stop. Some of the Bus Numbers and routes to Lumbini Gardens are:
  • 400E – starting from Hebbal
  • 500 and 500A – starting from Banashankari
  • 500AA, 500Q & 501K – starting from K R Puram
  • C1 – starting from Electronic City
  • MBS16 & MBS17 – starting from Jalahalli Cross
  • 292A – starting from Kempegowda Bus Station/Majestic
  • 287R – starting from Cantonment Railway Station

  • You can also hire a private taxi or autorichshaw to take you to Lumbini Gardens Bengaluru.

    Attractions at Lumbini Gardens

    Visiting the eco-friendly Lumbini Gardens in Bengaluru is an enjoyable trip for all age groups due to its numerous rides – kiddy rides, boat rides on the lake, etc. as well as its large pool with its very own artificial beach. The entire park is well lighted and maintained. A 25 foot high Buddha statue serenely looks over the park's fun activities.
    The Buddha Statue

    Lumbini Gardens' Wave Pool

    Wave Pool

    Covering an expanse of 12,500 sq ft, you can have a splashing good time! There is also a water slide, above which is a fish-shaped bucket which will upturn a gallon of water on your head and send you sliding down. The pool is very safe and there are lifeguards round the clock to monitor activities in the pool. What's more, to maintain the pool water's cleanliness, a state-of-the-art filtration plant maintains the quality of water.
    Price for pool entry: Rs.100/-

    Boat Rides


    There are a variety of pedal boats as well as motor boats to go out on the lake for about 20 minutes.
  • Pedal boats: these are available in 3 options – two-seater, four-seater & family seater. Rs.60/-
  • General boat: Rs.30/- for a ride of 10 minutes
  • Coffee boat: Rs. 40/- On this boat, you can enjoy a cup of coffee as you cruise around the lake for about 20 minutes. The boat accommodates 20 persons at a time.
  • You can also hire a Jet ski for Rs.225/- but this is not frequently available.

  • Children's entertainment park at Lumbini Gardens

  • A large part of Lumibini Gardens is devoted to a play area for children. Besides swings and slides, there are a variety of rides for different age groups.
  • Toy train - this is quite cute, shaped like a giraffe!
    Toy Train

    1. Carousel

    2. Battery-operated cars

    3. Twirling Vortex fantasy ride

    4. Spanish bull fight rides

    5. Bungee jumping on a trampoline

  • Other Features of Lumbini Gardens

  • If it is your kid's birthday, you can host a grand birthday party for your kid & his/her friends in the party hall which faces the lake. The entire event & catering aspects will be organised by the Lumbini Gardens officials. You can also host a wedding reception or any celebratory event in this hall. School picnics can also be arranged. Of course, you need to contact them well in advance!

  • Alongside the lake front, you can sit at a table/bench and enjoy snacks from the food stalls set up at the Food Court.

  • Don't miss the clock tower resembling London's Big Ben

  • Tips for Visitors to Lumbini Gardens

    Lumbini Gardens in Bangalore is a great place to relax and unwind, whether you are alone or with friends or family.

    Timings and entrance fees of Lumbini Gardens, Bangalore

    The timings of Lumbini Gardens in Bangalore are 11a.m. to 7p.m. It is open to the public throughout the week, from Monday to Sunday.

    Entrance fee: Rs. 30/- (no fees for children below 3 years).

    There are fees for the individual boat rides and for use of the wave pool.

    Some Tips:

    1. You must wear a life jacket while boating out on the lake.

    2. During the late evening, you may be troubled by pesky mosquitoes.

    3. Camera fee is Rs.30/-.

    4. No food items are allowed inside.

    5. Carry enough cash as you need to pay not only for individual rides & the pool, but also the beverages and snacks at the food court which are very highly priced.

    6. There is plenty of parking space, so you can drive down in your own vehicle.

    7. On weekends, there is a really big rush of visitors, so you will likely have to stand in a long queue for the boat rides.

    8. It can be sizzling hot during the afternoons even though there may be a light breeze from the lake, so it is advisable to wear sunglasses and a cap.

    Please remember not to litter the Lumbini Gardens premises. There are waste baskets placed near the food court area – use them!

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