Gulab Bagh

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The Bird Park at Gulab Bagh, situated in Udaipur, Rajasthan, is a delightful attraction spread across a 5.11-hectare area. It features 12 enclosures housing a diverse range of bird species, including parrots, macaws, cockatoos, and various other avian varieties. Visitors can explore themed sections such as the Parrots House, Macaw and Cockatoo Courtyard, Lesser Passerine Section, Galliformes Runway, and Flightless Birds Section. Gulab Bagh, also known as Sajjan Niwas Garden, is a sprawling garden and zoo established in the 19th century by Maharana Sajjan Singh. Covering approximately 100 acres, Gulab Bagh is famous for its lush greenery, vibrant flowerbeds, and well-maintained pathways. Apart from the Bird Park, the garden is home to a diverse collection of plant species, including roses, bougainvillea, and tropical plants.


Aside from the Bird Park, Gulab Bagh features a zoo housing a variety of animals, reptiles, and birds. It emphasizes conservation efforts and provides spacious enclosures for the animals. Visitors can also explore the Saraswati Bhawan Library, known for its rare manuscripts, and the Victoria Hall Museum, which showcases artifacts dating back to the Mewar dynasty.

Visitor Information

  • Entry Fee: ₹25 per person for the Garden, ₹5 per person for the Zoo, ₹15 for Camera Fee (only for the zoo)
  • Timings: The garden is open 24 hours, while the zoo operates from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm daily.
  • Location: Bapu Bazar Road, In Sajjan Niwas Bagh, Gulab Bagh, Khanjipeer, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001, India

Experience Nature's Beauty

Gulab Bagh and its Bird Park offer visitors a wonderful opportunity to connect with nature's beauty and biodiversity. Whether strolling through the gardens, observing wildlife in the zoo, or admiring the colorful avian residents, Gulab Bagh provides a memorable experience for nature enthusiasts and tourists exploring Udaipur.