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British Residency

Lucknow, India
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I visited here recently with my friends, this place is old but good to visit, people come here to spend some time in peace.

Thank rockzzM77
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Steeped in the history of the 1857 uprising, this place is like a time capsule. The entire area is beautifully restored and maintained really well. Its a must visit

Thank Padmini D
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is ruined structure taken to us British Colonial era in India. So must see museum at the site and take walk around it.

Thank bappabhalsing
Reviewed 1 week ago

Now referred as Residency, this complex is situated near the Lucknow high court and consists of various buildings build by the nawabs of Lucknow and was later occupied by the British. It was attacked during the revolt of 1857 and much like the Jallianwala bagh...More

Thank falconarrow1087
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Residency Lucknow also called as British Residency Complex. There are savral damaged buildings. Residency still has within its walls, the graves of around 2000 British soldiers who died in the Revolt of 1857. Inner side a small museum shows culture of that time. Residency situated...More

1  Thank dhyan400
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

With my new friend, Harish, we visited the Residency ruins. Foreigners have to pay much more then Indians. It was a hot burning summer day, 45 degrees Celsius. He was on jeans and his sweats were streaming down... But we still had a good time...More

Thank CanadaBunny
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Bristish residency gives you glimpse of history of bristish India. The place is quite peaceful and beautiful.

Thank Ankita1294
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Relatively centrally located, the residency ruins are now zoned as a city park with a small museum inside (composed of one of the less ruined houses, cooled by fans and has a small cinema screening room for educational clips). Admission to the park (includes small...More

Thank Kat T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This old monument showcases the lovely brick architecture of oudh and also brings forth the tragedy of the siege of oudh and residency by rebel troops around the era of the mutiny. Good time to visit is early morning ..

Thank shutterbug1412
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

British residency would give you a glimpse of British raj over India in early 20th century. Quite a historical place.

Thank anu m
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harshitamalhotra97
what is the entry fee?
22 January 2017|
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Response from yash-lko | Reviewed this property |
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vavasthi
Is residency closed on Monday
10 October 2016|
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Response from SabujSen | Reviewed this property |
timings All days of the week 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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