Lalbagh is the oldest park in Bangalore, it is a place everyone must visit when they come to Bangalore. A mix of the old and new, it is situated in a part of Bangalore which is rich in culture. The Lalbagh Betta or Hill is as said on Wikipedia Peninsular Gneiss:
Peninsular Gneiss is a term coined to highlight the older gneissic complex of the metamorphics found all over the Indian Peninsula. This term was first fashioned by W.F.Smeeth of the Mysore Geological Department in 1916 based on the first scientific study of this rock exposure. The Geological Survey of India identified one of the best exposures of this rock mass, protruding high above the ground as a hillock (pictured), dated 2.5 to 3.4 billion years, in the Bangalore city in India at the famous Lalbagh gardens and declared it as a National Geological Monument to propagate the knowledge of the rock formation among the public, since Lalbagh is frequented by visitors from all over the world. It is also called the Lalbagh rock.
During the Republic and Independence day week, a flower show is organised inside the glass house. The park has trees from various countries and from within India it self. For photographers it is a must to visit Lalbagh not once but as many times as they possibly can.