Mayawati Park Noida

Mayawati Park Noida

You are surely aware of the fact that the summer season in Delhi and surrounding cities is not a pleasant time to hop around the city. But what to do when your kids really don’t want to spend their long summer vacations sitting at their homes and doing just repetitive activities. What if I tell you there’s a beautiful Mayawati Park Noida that you can explore this summer if you live in Delhi NCR. This park is a perfect getaway if you want to go out for a change of atmosphere, to relax and spend some quality time with family and also to play some fun outdoor games. Do read the entire blog to know more about this place.

Rashtriya Dalit Prerna Sthal and Green Garden

Rashtriya Dalit Prerna Sthal and Green Garden is the name of this beautiful park which I have mentioned above. It is a fascinating garden and a memorial, located in Sector 93 Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 36 km away from Delhi. This vast 82 acre-garden is one of the main attractions of Noida which was commissioned by former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Kumari Mayawati, which is why this park is now commonly known as Noida Mayawati Park.

It was established on 14th October in the year 2011 and more than 2,500 workers have given their blood and sweat to make it stand tall and it is also said that it was built at a cost of 675 crores. Rightly so! Such great architectural style and wide space demand that huge amount of cost.

It is very famous for its imposing architecture and wide green space where you can explore and admire the beautiful structure, (if you love exploring attractions of great architecture) and spend some moments of tranquillity far away from the hustle bustle of city life. 

What’s Inside The Garden?

Mayawati Park

This captivating Garden is not only a fascinating architectural work and exquisite green space but also an attraction of great importance. When you enter the garden, you will see an extensive domed structure celebrating and commemorating Dalits. You will also notice that this alluring garden or park is divided into three departments, that are named as the Column Plaza, Central Park Plaza and Ambedkar Plaza. Did you notice ? How the park is honouring the great Dalit Leader Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar. Not only this, there are many more details that pay respect to all the figures who have devoted their life for an egalitarian social order.

The Column Plaza has 300 feet elongated pillars and around 24 elephant statues, all eighteen feet tall, represents the symbol of traditional Indian welcome, due to which many people call the park as Mayawati hathi park Noida. The Ambedkar Plaza has statues of 15 Dalit Icons which includes former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Kumari Mayawati, founder of Bahujan Samaj Party Kanshi Ram, statues of Bhim Rao Ambedkar and Gautam Buddha.

Rashtriya Dalit Smarak

Other than these plazas, there’s an entrancing small museum inside the Mayawati Park Noida which is spread over 33 acres of land and attracts many visitors. Rashtriya Dalit Smarak which translates into National Dalit Memorial in English portrays the influential history of the Dalit Movement and its key leaders. Here also, you will find statues of some selfless figures who contributed a lot, devoted their life for equal rights, humanity and social justice and fought against discrimination against caste, creed and religion. It features statues of Sant Kabir, Narayana Guru, Chatrapati Sahuji Maharaj, Jyotiba Phule and more. It is dedicated to all these fighters and social reformers who selflessly fought against these wrongful actions against their community.

Other Details

Mayawati Park Noida U.P

This park is indeed a good place to spend your evenings, learning more about  highlights of historical Dalit movements and spending some peaceful moments with your family. Here are some important details such as the exact location of the park and Mayawati Park Noida timings that you need to know before coming to this beautiful work.

Rashtriya Dalit Prerna Sthal and Green Garden is located on the E City Bioscope Rd, Gautam Buddha Park, Sector 95, Noida, Uttar Pradesh and you can visit it  from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm all days of the week. You can come here solo, with kids, friends and family as people of all ages will enjoy being here. And don’t you worry about the ticket price. You must be thinking why so? It’s because the entry fee is only Rs 15 per person and children up to 5 years can visit the park free of cost.

Even though the best time to explore this park is in winters, visiting during summer evenings will provide you a great experience. As kids can play, run around and kill their boredom when they don’t have anywhere else to go.

How to reach Mayawati Park Noida?

As the Mayawati Park Noida ticket price is very cheap, why don’t you take advantage and explore the famous attraction? Here’s how you can reach this park by your own four wheelers, by bus and metro. To be honest, no matter which mode of transportation you choose, you are not going to face any problem. 

By Metro

Metro is one of the best gifts Delhi NCR has to give to its habitants. You can easily reach there by metro. Noida Sector 16 on the Blue Line is the nearest metro station to the Mayawati Park Noida which is 23 minutes walk away. You can even take an auto-rickshaw from the metro station to reach there.

By Bus

If you want to go there by Bus, you can definitely do so. There’s a BHEL bus stop which is 14 minutes walk away from the park. You can take 34A, 392, EXP-611 DND buses that stop at BHEL bus stop, from there you can walk and reach the park.

By Car

Noida is well connected by road to the cities of India. You can come to this park by your own car and rent a taxi. 


If you can’t decide what to explore in Noida, Mayawati park Noida would be a great option especially if you don’t want to go far away and enjoy some quality time with your near and dear ones. Here you can get to know more about the Dalit movements that took place in our country and how prime leaders like Bhim Rao Ambedkar devoted his life in bringing change in our society and fought against social injustices.

Also, if you like to explore different architectural structures and greenary refreshes your mood and you have kids who love to do outdoor activities, this park is just the perfect place for you to visit.

About Dhriti Chatterjee

Hello Folk, I am Dhriti Chatterjee, an avid traveller and writer who loves to share her experience with the world. With over five years of experience in Content Writing, Blogging, Ghostwriting, and Editing, I turned my passion into a profession.

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