Spread over forty acres of land, this garden is dedicated to the work of an amateur sculpture, Nek Chand. In spare time he prefers collecting waste items like broken ceramics, bangles, earthenware, bottles, rags, etc. He would then make amazing sculptures out of these thrown wastes.
He began establishing these sculptures in a forest buffer area around the Sukhna Lake. It was completely illegal to construct anything in that region and that is why, on being found, the authorities decided to demolish the creations. However, with the public support, Nek Chand Saini was able to save his sculptures and even got the support from the authorities to further develop it. The most notable sections of this garden are the manmade waterfall and the area depicting several women dancers and the sculptures of animals. Open throughout the year, you just need tp pay a small amount for entering this unique masterpiece