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Kids Fun Places in Kanpur

Shri Radhakrishna Temple

Shri Radhakrishna Temple, also known as the J K Temple in Kanpur after its builder, the J K Trust, is a lovely blend of two architectural styles--combining the modern with the ancient. Held in great reverence by the devotees, this temple is a boon to the people of the city. Large and spacious, there has been ample thought given to its design, with ventilation provided in ample measure in the mandaps to bring in light and air.

Address : KGovind Nagar Rd, Sarvodaya Nagar 208005 Kanpur , Uttar Pradesh

Allen Forest Zoo

Originally a botanical garden, the Allen Forest Zoo or Kanpur Zoo as it is popularly known, encompasses the single largest green belt in Kanpur and has been created as a natural habitat for its animals. Established as a zoological garden in the year 1971, the Allen Forest Zoo is named after Sir Allen, an Indian Civil Service member and botanist, who is credited with conceptualizing the park. A popular place for outings and picnics, the Allen Forest Zoo is a delight with its vast collection of fauna and flora. The zoo houses a large collection of mammals like leopards, tigers, different types of bears, various species of deer, antelopes, monkeys and apes amongst others.

Address : Azad Nagar 208002 Kanpur , Uttar Pradesh

Phool Bagh

Located on the Mall Road in the center of Kanpur, is the Phool Bagh, a park used as much for nature walks as for political and public meetings and rallies. Within the confines of the Phool Bagh is the Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial Hall or the K E M Hall as it is popularly called. Also located inside the park is the Ganesh Udyan, a building that served as an orthopedic hospital when it was set up post World War One.

Address : Civil Lines 208001 Kanpur , Uttar Pradesh

Nana Rao Park

Named after Nana Rao Peshwa, the valiant warrior who fought in the struggle for independence way back in 1857, The Nana Rao Park, Kanpur is the site of the infamous and tragic Bibighar massacre. Immaculately laid out with flower beds, fountains, trees and paths, the park is a visual and sensory delight. It is well maintained and during spring when the flowers are in bloom, a visit to the park is a must. The park also maintains a plant nursery within its confines.

Address : Civil Lines 208001 Kanpur , Uttar Pradesh

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