(Places Of Interest)
Anandi Water Park, established in Lucknow in around 2002, will convince you that it's a unique water park for fun and adventure for all ages and everybody. It is probably Northern India's biggest water park with maximum number of slider and events. The park's lush green beautiful lawns with natural greenry around it makes it most desirable place in the city.. LovelyLucknow here endeavours to provide you information and necessary guidance on this park.Swimming costumes, lockers, Lunch and snacks facilities are available.
The Zoo receives annually around 9-10 lakes visitors. The Zoo has 430 mammals, 261 birds, 40 reptiles and a total of 97 different species of wild animals. Some prime possessions are the Royal Bengal Tiger, White Tiger, Lion, Wolf, Hoolock Gibbon, Himalayan Black Bear, Indian Rhinoceros, Black buck, Swamp Deer, Barking Deer, Hog Deer, Asiatic Elephant, Giraffe, Zebra, Common Otters, Hill Mynahs, Giant Squirrels, Great Pied Hornbill, Golden Pheasant, Silver Pheasant etc. The Zoo is successfully breeding Swamp Deer, Black Buck, Hog Deer and Barking Deer, White Tiger, Indian Wolf and several Pheasants.
La Martiniere College, Lucknow
The College consists of a magnificent eighteenth century building, to which other imposing structures have been periodically added. "Constantia", the imposing centre-point of La Martiniere, was the country house of Major-General Claude Martin. The majestic column or "Lat" that rises beside it is a memorial to him. Major-General Claude Martin died on 13 September, 1800. Under his will, dated 1 January, 1800, certain funds were allotted for the establishment of schools at Lyon, his birth place in France, in Calcutta and at Lucknow.