Entry Fee : Adult - NPR 320,
Child - NPR 160
Timings : 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM,
Last entry 9:00 PM
Garden of Dreams in Kathmandu, also referred to as the 'Swapna Bageecha' and 'garden of six seasons is a neo-classical garden in Kathmandu built by Kishore Narshingh in1920. The garden has a magnificent amphitheatre, urns, gorgeous pavilions, paved perimeter paths, pergolas, and ponds that draw in locals and tourists alike.
After the patron of this garden, Kaiser Sumsher Rana, passed away in the 1960s, the site lay in neglect until recent years, when it was beautifully restored by the Austrian government and reopened for visitors.
The Garden of Dreams offers special benefits to the registered members. On registering as a member, a person can avail many benefits, including free entry to the garden upon producing the membership card, minimal parking rates, and a ten per cent discount at the Kaiser Cafe. The annual membership rates are NPR 2000 for locals and NPR 3000 for foreigners.
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