Colonial Bangalore Walking tour

Colonial Bangalore Walking tour
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$60
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

Come on this tour, where we walk inside Bangalore's green lung space within the heart of the city and learn of the stories of Bengaluru's beginnings and how it became Bangalore under the British era. We will navigate through buildings and monuments built during the 18th century and learn of its stories that has enriched the place.

We will meet outside of the St. Mark's Church, the first church built by the British during the year 1809, and learn of its place in history, and why its considered special even to this date. Our walk inside the Cubbon park area starts with Queen Victoria statue as we navigate to the Band stand and hear of the stories of the British and its influences in architecture and culture. We will halt at the colonial High court building and hear of its fascinating tales before proceeding to the present parliament house of the Indian government -the largest Legislative Secretariat building in India. Take a peek inside one of the best libraries in India built in European style housing more than three hundred thousand books! We will conclude the walk outside the Government museum, which houses historical artifacts and listen to the stories behind this beautiful old building.

Come on this tour, where we walk inside Bangalore's green lung space within the heart of the city and learn of the stories of Bengaluru's beginnings and how it became Bangalore under the British era. We will navigate through buildings and monuments built during the 18th century and learn of its stories that has enriched the place.