The Sayaji Bagh commonly known as the Kamati Baugh, was built by Maharaja Sayajirao III in 1879. The Bagh was mainly built by the king in the dedication of his citizens. The Bagh is stretched over 113 acres and perhaps the largest and oldest garden in Western India.
The garden is nicely manicured with green lawns and a multitude of varieties of floras more than 98 species of trees. The bank lies on the banks of the Vishwamitra River to offer the people a combination natural aesthetic and education.
Apart from it enchanting greenery, the garden also inhabits many spots which attracts tourists even more. The garden is home to the Baroda Museum and picture gallery, The Sardar Patel Planetarium, and the Sayaji Baugh Zoo, Floral Clock, health Museum, Toy train, Picnic Corners, band Stand and a few rides. The floral clock is very unique where the clock is given a natural look as the machinery of the clock works beneath the ground. The place is certainly breath-taking, gulfing every individual with the enrichment of some very uniqueness and with its cultural richness.