Deer Park in Hauz Khas Village is a fantastic park for a relaxing time in Delhi, with an abundance of native spotted deer in its green environs

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6-Day Private Delhi-Agra Tajmahal-Jaipur-Varanasi Ganges Tour from New Delhi

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...anasi. In Varanasi, also visit Banaras Hindu University, Golden Temple, Bharat Mata Temple and Sarnath (The Deer Park).

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Deer Park in Hauz Khas Village is a fantastic park for a relaxing time in Delhi, with an abundance of native spotted deer in its green environs.

Deer Park in Hauz Khas Village is a fantastic park for a relaxing time in Delhi, with an abundance of native spotted deer in its green environs. Other fauna in the park include rabbits, birds such as peacocks and ducks, and guinea pigs. The Park has 4 different wings, including a Rose Garden, Fountain & District Park, Old Monuments where the Tomb of Firoz Shah Tughlaq stands, and the Hauz Khas Art Market. It has walking tracks, picnic huts and a pond for boating. It is approachable from Green park metro station. There are good eateries nearby.


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About Deer Park

 Deer Park, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi, India

Deer Park and Nearby Sights on Map

Hauz Khas Village

The Hauz Khas Village complex effortlessly blends tradition and modernity, with trendy urban hang-outs, glitzy cafes, new age restaurants, boutiques, studios, and art galleries all developed in a rustic setting around a 14th century water tank and medieval ruins

Sarojini Nagar Market

The Sarojini Nagar market is great for export surplus garments, and green grocery

Bijay Mandal

The Bijay Mandal fort was built in the 14th century by Allauddin Khilji and Muhammad bin Tughlaq as part of Jahanpanah, the 4th city of Delhi

Chanakyapuri

Chanakyapuri is a posh neighbourhood with wide boulevards lined with lush, manicured gardens, elegant embassy buildings, and sprawling bungalows of government officials

Moth Ki Masjid

The Moth ki Masjid (Mosque of Lentil) has an interesting story behind it

Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat is the cultural heart of the capital, lined with kiosks representing each state of India

Qutub Complex

The Qutub Complex in Mehrauli houses structures dating from the Slave Dynasty (1206-1290) and is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Ahinsa Sthal

The Ahinsa Sthal is a Jain temple dedicated to the concept of nonviolence, with a massive 13

Jamali Kamali Mosque

Built in 1528-'29, the Jamali Kamali Mosque within the Mehrauli Archaeological Park has the tombs of Sufi saint Jamali Kamboh and his associate Kamali

National Rail Museum

The National Railway Museum houses a collection of Indian trains from the past to the present, offering an overview of India's proud railway heritage