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Places to visit in Bangalore

When you travel to Bangalore, you will love to visit popular tourist places in Bangalore and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other things to do in Bangalore, you can surely explore some of the best Bangalore tourist places to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Bangalore, points of interest can include exploring Bangalore sightseeing and visiting bangalore points of interest

St Mary’s Basilica

It is one of the oldest churches in the city and is famous for the festivals celebrated during St Mary’s Feast in September attracting many people. St Mary’s Feast takes place in order to celebrate St Mary’s birthday and is a ten days celebration. For those who have completed 50 years of togetherness with their beloved there is a thanksgiving mass organized for them. The church has been built in Gothic style with arches and stained windows. 

Shivasamudram Falls

Bangalore is blessed with natural beauty. Shivasamudram Falls, Nandi Hills and Manchinbele Dam are some perfect places to enjoy the beauty

Sehadri Iyer Memorial Hall

It is a memorial hall which was built in memory of the Dewan of Mysore, Sir Sehadri Iyer. It has a library which stores many classics which aren’t found anywhere else in the country. A beautiful statue of Dewan is present in the rose garden.

Lumbini Gardens

It is a public park stretching to about 1.5 kilometres. Here, there are many activities which can be enjoyed by all age groups. Not only is it surrounded by natural beauty but even entertainments such as boat rides and the food court to grab a bite. There are many statues bushes and plants in the park. This is also a famous spot for picnics.

Flight 4 Fantasy

A place of attraction in the city where one can fly a plane without actually sitting on one. It is the only centre available in India and here one can fly to more the 15,000 airports in a small span of time. This place treats its visitors with an experience of virtual flying. 

Cultural Attractions

The diversity and culture present in this city is quite rich. During Independence and Republic Day there are often biannual flower shows. This city even celebrates a festival in the name of great epic heroine, Draupadi called Bangalore Karaga. Many other famous festivals in Bangalore are St Mary’s Feast, Ganesh Chaturthi, Christmas, etc. A lot towards Indian classical music has been contributed to from Bangalore. Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park are two of the natio

Bangalore Palace

This is a major tourist places to visit in Bangalore, that resembles England’s Windsor Castle. Many international artists have performed on the grounds of the palace as it often acts as host to different concerts and events. In fact the palace campus has arrangement for amusement rides as well. Inside the palace, there are many Greek and Dutch paintings from the mid 19th century.

Sree Siddaganga Mutt

Following the ancient model of taking care of the needy, Sree Siddaganga Mutt provides education to children from the age five to sixteen whose parents cannot afford it. They even have a school for blind children and also provide food and shelter to the children under them. It is 63 kilometres away from the city and has a very peaceful setting. 

Fun world Overview

This theme park is located at the heart of the city and offers many exciting activities for both kids and adults to enjoy. Apart from rides there is also a water park and many options for semi robotic games are available here. There is also a snack bar and juice corner present to grab a bite and a drink.

Lal Bagh

Lal Bagh is a renowned magnificent botanical garden that lies in southern Bengaluru. Spanning across 240 acres, this mesmerizing paradise with a vivid splash of colors is home to more than 1854 varieties of plants and trees. Declared a botanical garden in 1856 during the British Empire, the iconic venue is a major tourist attraction of Bengaluru and ha

Karnataka Folk Museum

There are many museums in the city that worth a visit. Karnataka Folk Museum has a great display of folk craft while Legends Motorcycle Museum displays more than 20 vintage motorcycles. Some other museums are The State Archaeological Museum, Gandhi Bhavan and Art Gallery at Tipu Sultan’s Palace. 

Tipu Sultan’s Palace

This palace is one of the best tourist places to visit in Bangalore & has been converted into a museum today. It has been constructed using teak wood. Tipu Sultan’s tiger’s replica is also preserved in the museum. It is a two storied building with many paintings which the Sultan himself has collected. The garden and lawn in the front is maintained by Karnataka’s Horticultural Department.

Bannerghatta National Park

Located approximately 22km away from the metropolitan city of Bengaluru, the Bannerghatta National Park is a sprawling 104.27 sq.km home to the myriad variety of rare and endangered flora and fauna. Bannerghatta National Park is committed to eco-recreation, eco-tourism, and conservation of wildlife. A prime attraction, Bannerghatta National Park opened in 1970 and boasts of an aquarium, zoo, museum, children’s park, butterfly park, snake park, and safaris. Embark on an exciting journey

Innovative Film City

Due to the facilities available here it is also known as the Entertainment Paradise. There are various rides like roller coasters, go carting etc. Apart from this you can also enjoy the unfathomable experience of watching a movie in its 4-D theatre. A visit to this Innovative Film City is a must during on your trip to Bangalore.

Pyramid Valley

Some of the major tourist places in Bangalore or points of interest are the natural attractions which is worth a visit consist of the Pyramid Valley where the meditation hall is the biggest shaped pyramid in the world.The highest monolith in Asia, Savandurga is present in Karnataka. There is even a dam nearby to it which gives a wonderful view of the Savandurga Hills. The Shivanasamudra Falls is present at a distance of 120 kilometres from

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