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Parks governed by LDA in Lucknow to reopen from June 14

Revoking an almost 2 month-long ban, Lucknow Development Authority has declared that all parks under its supervision will be opened for the public from June 14 onwards. As a part of this, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Park, Janeshwar Mishra Park, Joggers Park, Smriti Upvan and all other LDA parks shall start welcoming visitors from Monday. According to the statement released by the authority, citizens will be permitted within these campuses from 7 AM to 6:30 PM.

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THESE 11 parks in Lucknow provide for quick breaks & solace amid the city's din!

Housing an uncountable array of attractions, Lucknow is widely known for the way it celebrates its leisure moments. From sprawling gardens that have become symbols of a rich past to recently developed parks, the folks enjoy their happy moments at a string of magnetic recreational spots in the city.

Over time, the significance of some of these landmarks has evolved in such a way that they occupy a special place in Lucknow's tourism circle now. So, if you wish to have a joyful experience while here, here are 11 old and new parks in Lucknow that can rejuvenate your soul, promising you memories for a lifetime!

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Stroll through Lucknow's Lohia Park for a few hours of peace amid greenery & fresh air!

Can you recall a time when we used to think online classes will be cool and the ability to work in our pyjamas would be the ultimate dream? Well, while the situation has its own pros, looking at screens all day is simply unhealthy and e-detoxing for a few hours becomes absolutely important! So if you're looking to do such a thing while walking bare feet on the grass and breathing in the fresh air, then you should head to Lucknow's very own Lohia Park.

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Lucknow's Butler Park to get a facelift; will house pink toilets, pad vending machines & much more

Amongst multiple objectives of 'Mission Shakti', the ongoing women empowerment campaign in Uttar Pradesh, the state has converged its focus on creating a better and secure environment for women. As per the latest developments under this scheme, it is proposed that Lucknow's Butler Park shall be converted into a first of its kind 'family park' with advanced amenities. Aspiring to evolve as a safe recreational space for women in the city, the park would welcome all female visitors while only men accompanied by their families would be permitted.

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