This huge stop on the banks of the waterway in the focal point of the city, opposite the bustling railroad station and transport stand, was worked by Maharaja Sayajirao III in 1879 and named after him, yet in addition normally known as Kamati Baug. Take in any event a large portion of a day to completely investigate the 45 hectares of garden grounds, with 2 galleries, a zoo, a planetarium, a blossom clock, and an operational toy prepare, among different attractions, and after that return to the recreation center at whatever point you require a relief from exercises in whatever is left of the city. The planetarium demonstrates to you the universe in 30 minutes, at 4pm in Gujarati, 5pm in English, and 6pm in Hindi. Passage for Adults, Rs. 7, Children Rs. 5. After the show investigate the space science stop nearby to see the galactic instruments of old India.