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Frere Hall, Karachi

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4.3/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
Admire the fusion of British and sub-continent architecture built in mid 19th century at Frere Hall, known for its distinct Venetian-Gothic look and colonial heritage. The exterior's many pointed arches and ribbed vaults evoke feelings of grandiosity and mystery. The true showstopper is the Sadequain gallery's ceiling on the upper floor-- blues, reds, oranges, and yellows fill the room in intricate psychedelic patterns. The ground floor exhibits pre-Pakistani manuscripts and books, and the surrounding Jinnah garden offers an opportunity to relax in lush greenery. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Frere Hall by using our Karachi trip itinerary maker.
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  • Good palace with Calligraphic Art of Sadquain on display. Has nice park surrounding it. Is opposite to Marriott hotel. 
  • Nice place to sit , grounds well maintained. Evening we went they were setting up on the lawn for a wedding. It's privately funded so they do private events. Have a nice art gallery with Pakistani art...  read more »
  • Went with my friends and family to this food event celebrated at frere hall . It is beautiful and is very wel maintained . 
  • One of Karachi's landmark parks. The grounds are open and well maintained. This place is now associated with all sort of food and flower festivals. A good place to visit with the family in the evenings.
  • best place in Karachi. Big park and very quite and calm place in morning. Also great architecture of the Frere hall historical building
  • Colonial heritage site, massive public attraction but not maintained as it should have been considering the events it hosts and the attention it deserves
  • One of the sites which symbolize Karachi. Home to some great public events in the city. Has a gallery on the first floor. Awesome painted roof.
  • If you want a taste of colonialism era atmosphere without having to pay for a museum ticket, this is the place to go.
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