Situated near Gandhi Nagar, Cubbon Park was laid in the year 1864, by Sir Mark Cubbon, the then Viceroy of India. This park covers about 250 acres and has fetched the name ‘Garden City’ to Bangalore. It is frequented by both joggers and walkers in large numbers apart from tourists, officials and customers of government buildings. It consists of many neo-classical styled buildings like Vidhan Soudha, Vikas Soudha, Government Aquarium, Seshadari Iyer Memorial, High Court, etc. Other buildings that are located within are Doll museum, Cheshire Dyer Memorial Hall, Children's amusement park and Ottawa Chatter. There are special locations for children too, like the Vijayaranga Theatre Complex featuring films and a variety of shows for children. There is a ‘Toy Train’ riding through a short distance, forming a major attraction for kids. Cubbon Park is adorned with trees, fountains and lawns, giving an ambience of peace and solitude. The fairy fountain when lit up in the evening adds grace and charm to Cubbon Park.