Noida's first musical fountain opens for public today

There will be no entry fee for the fountain but only a limited number of people would be allowed.


Noida's first musical fountain will open for the public at 7 pm today by the Noida authority as part of Biodiversity Park in the city's Sector 91. There will be no entry fee for visitors but only a limited number of people will be allowed as of now, said Noida Authority CEO Ritu Maheshwari.

"Free musical light/ sound/Laser show on medicinal theme at Sec 91 medicinal park opens tomorrow 7 pm onwards daily for public. Another view of first such built by Noida authority. Do visit; but with covid precautions; limited entry allowed as of now," tweeted Maheshwari. 

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the authority will allow entry to only 75 visitors at a time to enjoy the musical fountain. A music and sound show will be organised in the evening daily. 

"Visitors can enjoy the musical fountain in medicinal park located in Sector 91. There will be no entry fee for visiting the fountain that will entertain the visitors and also send across meaningful messages via music. The visitors can enjoy the show daily after 7pm without any charges," said Rajiv Tyagi, general manager, Noida authority.

Spread over 75-acre green area along the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, the Biodiversity Park in Sector 91, once it becomes ready, would be the city’s largest park. The fountain has been developed at a cost of ₹4.4 crore. The authority has planted as many as 4,322 traditional trees, including neem, jamun, banyan and mango, besides 19,625 ornamental trees.

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