The Huddleston Gardens of Theosophical Society in Chennai

The Huddleston Gardens of Theosophical Society Overview

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When you are tired from a city tour or exploring the busy streets of Chennai, step into the beautiful gardens of The Huddleston by the Theosophical Society. This place is well-connected with different parts of the city. Established by Blavatsky, Olcott and Judge in the year 1875, this sprawling land of 260 acres has become a landmark in Chennai.

Located on the banks of Adyar estuary, the garden boasts of various bird species, bats, snakes, wild cats, hares, jackals and spiders. And if that is not enough, get ready to be swooned by the variety of fauna here, especially the unique species of mahogany trees and the major highlight of the park - the 450 year old ‘Big Banyan Tree’. The Banyan tree is known to have its aerial roots across an area of 60000 square meters.

  • Opening Closing Time 8:30 am to 11 am and 2 pm to 4 pm (Sundays Closed)

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Adyar, Chennai