Hazuri Bagh & Baradari

Fort Road, Lahore

Hazuri Bagh & Baradari

Hazuri Bagh (Garden) and Baradari Lahore is beautifully made of white marble, located in between Alamgiri Gate of Lahore Fort and the eastern entrance of the Badshahi Masjid (Mosque). It was built in 1813 by Maharajah Ranjit Singh.

However, it has a very different design surrounding lots of greenery, tall trees, Palm Trees, Fresh Flowers, water pond look so unique and elegant in Hazuri Bagh (Garden) Lahore. There is a jogging treks for morning wakeup people, for families with their children's, tourists and Visitors can also be enjoying in this beautiful garden.

Hazuri Bagh with the Beautiful Baradari at its center looks significant carved marble pillars support the baradari arches and in the central area of baradari mostly Ranjit Singh held court, which has a huge mirror ceiling inside all the walls.

Many local people, families, foreigners, Delegates, and natural beauty lovers come to enjoy in the evening as well as have fun with lots of entertaining activates around all along.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

Hazori Bagh Lahore • حضوری باغ بارہ دری

Established Built in 1813
Category

Monument

Rating
NearBy Landmark Badshahi Mosque
Location Fort Road, Lahore
City / Town Lahore
State Punjab
Country Pakistan
Address

Hazuri Bagh & Baradari, Fort Road, Lahore

Contacts
Geo Coordinates 31.5887673474272 °N,    74.3118453025818 °E
Associated UNESCO World Heritage Site


Travelor Instructions

Hazuri Bagh (Garden) and Baradari Lahore Visit Timings

Saturday - Friday 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM


Hazuri Bagh & Baradari Map




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