About Sim's Park, Coonoor

Sim’s Park is an unusual park-cum-botanical garden, which was lay more than a hundred years ago on the natural hill ranges. The garden features ethnic trees along with shrubs and creepers which co-habit with different other trees brought from thought the world. The park is named after Mr. J.D. Sim, former Secretary to Government, and Major Murray, a forge whose efforts helped to set up garden in 1874. The site is positioned in the north side of Coonoor railway station, at an elevation of 1,770 m above sea level. Sprawling over an area of 12 hectares, the garden occupies the of a mind area and base of a ravine.

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Timings 07:00 AM - 06:00 PM

Visit Duration: 60 Minutes

Address: Walker's Hill Road, Coonoor, Tamil Nadu 643101, India

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