Public Gardens is located in Nampally which is centre of Hyderabad city and is one of the oldest and biggest historical park with other name known as Bagh-e-Aam. Bagh-e-Aam is Urdu word that means people’s park. This park was built by Osman Ali Khan the seventh Nizam in the year 1848.
AP State Archaeological Museum, AP State Legislature Assembly, Telugu Lalita Kala Thoranam, Jawahar Bal Bhavan, Indira Priyadarshini Auditorium and Jublee Hall are the tourist attractions that are near to the Public Gardens. There is also an old mosque situated in this park which is regularly visited by Muslims for offering their prayers and maintained with greenery in the whole garden.
Public Garden is also hosted by two museums namely AP State Archaeological Museum and Health Museum which is divine of Knowledge and has become the regular visiting spot by school children. Lot of schools in Hyderabad has made this garden as picnic spot for children.
The other things that are hosted by public gardens are Department of Agriculture and Horticulture, Jawahar Bal Bhavan which organises summer camps and art classes for kids as well as Telugu Lalita Kala Thoranam where for film festivals, fashion shows, literature shows, etc. happens. Because of all the historical monuments, museums present in the garden it has become the famous tourist attraction of Hyderabad and can be visited any time in the year except on Fridays
– 7 Kilometres away from Secunderabad Railway Station (about 20 minutes’ drive)
– 4 Kilometres away from MGBS Bus Stop, Hyderabad (about 10 minutes’ drive)
– Buses to Nampally from Secunderabad: 8N, 8A, 7I, 49A, 7Z, 8C, 49NM, 5M
– Buses to Nampally from MGBS Bus Stop: 9X, 7Z, 65GP, 9C
Opens: 9AM to 12PM and 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
Closed on Fridays.