Dilkusha Kothi

Dilkusha Kothi Lucknow

Dilkusha Kothi Lucknow

Address : Bibiapur Marg, Neil Lines, Cantonment, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226002

Opening Time : Dilkusha Kothi open from 08:00 AM to 07:00 PM all days in week

Ticket Price : Entry fee Rs 5

Opened : Year 1805

Nearest Metro : Sachivalaya Metro Station, Hazratganj Metro Station

About Dilkusha Kothi :

Dilkusha Kothi is the remains of an 18th-century house built by the British resident Major Gore Ouseley, a friend of Nawab Saadat Ali Khan. Built-in English baroque style in the quiet part of Lucknow, it is a place that offers a peek into the lifestyle of ancient times. Only a few towers and external walls of the main building remain, although the extensive gardens are still thriving. Built around 1800, it was initially meant to be a hunting lodge for the Nawabs of Oudh and was later used as a summer resort. The walls of the building were patterned; surprisingly, there was no inner courtyard within the house as per the norms of traditional Indian architecture. There is a Seaton Delaval Hall here, which resembles the style of Seaton Delaval Hall in Northumberland, England.

Dilkusha Kothi Lucknow
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