NTR Gardens is public urban park located very adjacent to Hussain Sagar Lake in the city of Hyderabad, India. With Lumbini Park near in the vicinity, they both are the main point of interest to the public of all ages.
NTR Gardens is spread over a total area of 55 acres and the construction of it was done in several stages since 1999. Finally after much delay it was open to general public in 2001. In the first phase the memorial of N.T. Rama Rao (former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh) was erected. Buddha Purnima Project Authority which works in the directives of Government of Andhra Pradesh maintains NTR Gardens.
A Tree house with water slide down through a tunnel from the top of the rubber tree. This is worth to try for good fun with scare. If you want a quick tour to the pack then you can travel in a mini train. A small boating facility was also made near Japanese Palace. The garden and the lawns are very well kept and you occasionally see plastic waste thanks to security guards for strict monitoring. A small waterfall just after the entrance is fully a photographic place and just beside that you can spot painters who can draw your painting within ten minutes.
NTR Gardens is gone through a lot of controversies and havoc which delayed the construction work.
NTR Garden timing is from 2.30 PM to 8.30 PM and it’s open on all the days. The entry price of for adults is Rs 15 and Rs 10 for child. The closest bus stop is Secretariat and the closest MMTS station is Necklace Road.