Dilkusha Kothi Overview

Of all the major Places to visit in Lucknow Dilkusha Kothi holds a special place. It is the ruins of a house that was built on the lines of baroque houses found in England. Although, this house was the summer resort for Nawabs, yet it was built by a Britisher, Major Gore Ouseley.

The house stands witness to the splendour of British India. It was designed on lines of the major palaces and halls in England. The Kothi is a beautiful culmination of Indian and British style of art and architecture.

The Dilkusha Kothi lies four kilometres from the central market of Lucknow, i.e. Hazratganj.

The Dilkusha Kothi remains open to visitors on all days of the week from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Entry Fee:
-Rs. 5.00 for Indians.
-Rs. 100 for foreigners.

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