Kamla Nehru Park is one of the oldest parks in the city of Indore. It is easily accessible from Bhawarkua and Palasia via Agra Bombay National Highway. More popularly known as Chidiya Ghar, it contains some of the spatial animal species like White Tigress, with her cubs, birds, amphibians and also many carnivores and omnivores. The park also offers elephant,camel and pony rides to kids. It has a playing area for kids to interact and bond. There is also a pool and a toy train for entertainment.
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Also known as the Indore zoo and the Kamla Nehru Prani sangrahalaya, the park is known mostly for its success in breeding white tigers, the Royal Bengal tiger, white peacocks and Himalayan bears. It was established back in 1974 in a small area of land and has been expanded since to accommodate more animals.
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Opening hours of Kamla Nehru Park in Indore:Closed now
Open all days except Monday 09:00 am to 05:00 pm
Entry fee for Visiting Kamla Nehru Park in Indore:
The entry fees for Kamla Nehru Park in Indore is mentioned below. We have listed the entry fees for Indians, the entry fees for foreigners, camera fees and other charges if applicable.
Address: Indore BRTS, Navlakha, Indore 452001, Madhya Pradesh, IndiaApproximate visit duration for : 2 hoursTelephone: 0731 270 0972