Freedom Park, Bangalore - Visitor Information

This article gives complete information about theme park Freedom Park, Bengaluru

The Freedom Park, Bangalore is a theme park with multiple uses. It was opened to the public in 2009 and the second phase of the restoration work will be ready by next year. The Freedom Park, Bangalore is spread over 16 acres and has within its premises art galleries and play areas. There is even a separate jogging track at Freedom Park Bangalore for the fitness enthusiasts! Special shows for children are organized and the light & sound shows at Freedom Park will surely attract hordes of visitors.

Attractions at Freedom Park Bangalore

1. The exterior wall of Freedom Park, Bangalore: This wall is itself a place to pause and stare! Known as the Freedom Wall, this blue wall is quite imposing and is, in fact, a perfect signboard, so to say, which marks the location of Freedom Park, Bangalore.

2. The Jail section of Freedom Park:
(a) You can view the Cells Yard where under-trial inmates were held. There are plenty of messages & drawings etched in the walls of the corridors. At the entrance of the Cells Yard Freedom Park there is a gallows structure. Go to the first cell in the yard and peer in at the mannequin inside – you will probably shiver! The barracks area has mostly been revamped into recreational spots, but some have been retained in their original state.

(b) You can climb up to the old watch tower at Freedom Park, from where you will get a superb bird's eye-view of the entire Freedom Park. At one time, this tower housed the office of the Chief Warden.

3. The Jail Museum of Freedom Park: This museum was at one time the Central Jail. Today, it is home to images of the old jail. Don't forget to have a look at the jail visitor's books for some entries of a previous era. Work is in progress to have art gallery incorporated in the area of the two walls which lead to the watch tower. Running parallel to each other, these walls will form an ideal space to showcase art works.

4. Book Museum and Tree Museum: These museums are likely future tourist spots at Freedom Park Bangalore.

Shopping areas at Freedom Park

You will be able to purchase traditional crafts at stalls put up at Craft Zone at Freedom Park, Bangalore. On the cards is also a designer souvenir shop to be opened in the Jail Museum.


Once the Book Museum at Freedom Park opens, it will house a café on a mezzanine floor. There will also be a restaurant adjacent to the Craft Zone.

Attractions for Children

The Freedom Park Bangalore is a fun place for adults and children alike. There is a beautifully designed amphitheater where children can have an exciting time watching magic shows at Freedom Park. Even more exciting – and a must-see spectacle – is the modern fountain in the open area of the Freedom Court plaza. It unexpectedly changes heights!

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