The Eden Garden Park is located opposite to the Eden Garden, which is well known as the largest cricket stadium in India and the third largest in the world. The Eden Garden Park is well maintained and is very popular too for the beautiful and amazing variety of plants and flowers grown here. People who enjoy horticulture should definitely visit this park.
The park is spread in an area of 50 acres and one can see the huge mango, banyan and mahogany trees providing a shade where one can see people relaxing. These trees are as old as 1841 and these were planted by the Governor general Auckland. These trees were named after his sisters Emily and Fanny Eden. There is a three storeyed Burmese pagoda too which is visible in red and golden yellow colors, this was brought here by Lord Dalhousie. One can sit and relax in this park and even enjoy the delicious street food available here.