The gigantic image of the celestial bull, Nandi, which stands at 4.57 meters. in height, is a classic example of Dravidian architecture.
Vidhana Soudha: A magnificent building that houses the State Legislature. It was conceived and executed by Kengal Hanumanthaiah, the former Chief Minister of Karnataka in 1956.
Tipu's Summer Palace at Chamarajpet:
Tipu’s palace is located opposite to the Vani vilas Hospital in the heart of the city and adjustent to the fort Venkateshwara temple.
Lal Bagh: Lal bagh garden or the botanical gardens was laid out by Sultan Hyder Ali in 1760. Tipu, son of Hyder Ali planted exotic plants from Persia, Kabul, Turkey, and Mauritius which consisted of tropical and subtropical species, spreading over 240 acres.
Venkatappa Art Gallery :
Close to the Government Museum is Venkatappa art gallery. This is a only gallery of its type in the state. Books and material used by the great artist are exhibited in the main hall.