The Millennium Indraprastha is located at Outer Ring Road in the east of Delhi. It was established in 2004 as a project from the Delhi Development Authority and one of the newest parks in Delhi. It is also known as an IP Park. Indraprastha Park area is 85 acres approx and there is Amphitheatre, food court, water cascade, landscaping, etc. There is very beautiful row of flower, trees and very large greenery areas.
A World Peace Stupa is included in the area and it was opened in the park on 14th. November 2007 by Monks and Nuns of Nipponzan Myohoji, H.H. the Dalai Lama and the Lt. Governor of Delhi.
Designed to cater to a large number of people of all age-groups, the park has five primary zones – Smriti Van, Fragrant Garden, Bougainvillea Garden, Topiary Garden, Foliage Garden which have an identity of their own, yet are an integral part of the whole, with suitable transition between them. Each zone has a vibrant, serene, as well as distinctive character, in tune with the requirements of a growing and vibrant metropolis.
Hazrat Nizamuddin Metro Station at a distance of nearly 1.0 kilometres from Indraprastha Park and Indraprastha Metro Station at a distance of nearly 4.4 kilometres from Indraprastha Park.