Lucknow's Residency is all set to wow us with a brand new light & sound show!

Folks, get ready for the most interesting history lesson ever!

Residency in Lucknow is one of those relics of the past that has been lying neglected, but now, following a sound and light show, things are about to change.

From January 26, tourists and locals can pay a visit to the dilapidated structures of the British Residency in Lucknow and immerse themselves in a sound and light show. The sound and light show displays the life and times of the structure itself, and takes us a trip down the history lane.

What's the update?

One of Lucknow's most revered relic of the past, The Residency had been lying untouched and neglected for quite a while. Now with the intervention of the Uttar Pradesh Tourism Department, the sound and light show at Residency is a thing to be marveled at once again.

Now, the place exudes a charm of its own. This charm is only taken to the next level once you learn all about The Residency's riveting history and importance in the past- all through the sound and light show.

From January 26, Lucknowites can treat their senses to an amazing sound and light show, right here in the city. This comes after a rehearsal of the same programme that took place a few days back.

As for the sound and light show itself, it promises a slew of entertaining snippets. Complete with 4D sounds, lasers, projection lights, holograms and a whole lot more, the show just takes you back in time. The sound and light show also touches upon how important a role the British Residency played in the siege of 1857. In fact, it also tells the tales of a time when Lucknow was called "Lakshmanpuri".

Knock Knock

The city of Lucknow has a whole lot to offer to the tourists. The addition of the sound and light show is something that will surely introduce a spike in tourist activity in the town once again. As for the locals, well, we can get a history lesson whenever we want to.

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